Parents, caregivers, and families are vital to the Little League experience. For the Little League Sandlot Fun Days experience, though, that involvement stops at the parking lot. As hard as it is, that means the only thing that should be coming from the bleachers are some words of encouragement for everyone on the field, no coaching, yelling, umpiring, or trying to influence what’s happening on the field. Each Little League Sandlot Fun Days event must have one approved local Little League volunteer present at the game site to oversee the activities. Those adults’ role is to help make sure the players are following proper safety guidelines.
- Things that adult supervisors should not do without player-approval:
- If there is an umpire, they must follow the guidelines set in the current Little League Rulebook.
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