Youth baseball leagues are gearing up for their spring seasons. If you've never been involved in the behind-the-scenes activities of a Little League, you might be surprised at how much is involved before the first pitch is thrown, in order to get the kids on the field. Someone, (and these are all usually volunteers, by the way), needs to oversee registration. Uniforms need to be ordered and sized based on the number of players who register. Volunteer coaches must be coordinated, cajoled into giving up their time for the coming three months. Equipment has to be purchased, division managers assigned, umpires scheduled, field maintenance planned, trophies ordered, fundraising coordinated and rolled out. There is so much that goes into running a youth baseball league. Next time you see one of your league's board members, stop and tell them how much you appreciate what they do.
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