SCBC success is dependent on 3 different groups:  Manager / Coaches, Players, and the Parents/Guardians. The club is only as strong as these 3 groups are strong together.

Stephens City Baseball Club Agrees to:

  • Teach the players strong fundamental skills to include how to play the
    game of baseball.
  • Not play “Daddy-ball”. Manager and coaches will make the best decisions for the success of SCBC to be competitive in tournaments.
  • Be approachable by players and parents/guardians to listen to and talk about any concerns they may have.
  • Having SCBC events ready to go and start on time
  • Providing a positive environment for players to learn and develop
    their baseball skill
  • Provide the best experience possible for your child
  • Work towards the success of Stephens City Baseball Club

Player Agrees to:

  • Be coachable, listen to the coaches, allow yourself to be corrected and learn new skills, including playing a new position if the coaches see a better fit for you
  • Being ready to play when called upon. This includes following the managers directions the days and nights of tournaments.
  • Support your teammates on and off the field.
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Persevere in difficult and challenging situations
  • Learn from mistakes and keep head up
  • Being responsible for all your personal equipment needed for an SCBC event
  • Commitment to SCBC as your first priority if you are playing multiple sports or involved with multiple teams in baseball.
  • Work towards the success of Stephens City Baseball Club

Parent/Guardian Agrees to

  • Understand that SCBC encourages parents/guardians to work with and play ball with their player, but at SCBC events, it’s what the coaches teach and ask for that will be expected from the player.
  • Understand the manager and coaches are putting together a well thought out plan to not only teach core skills and Baseball IQ, but also generate a love for the game, so when a wiffleball game breaks out, there is a reason.
  • Understand that SCBC is a competitive ball team and all playing time decisions will be made in the best interest of SCBC success. Playing time decisions will be based on a number of criteria:  skill, effort, attitude, attendance of practices & workouts, and situations.  There is no guarantee of playing time within games.
  • Expectation is parent / guardian refrain from gossip or slander of organization, managers / coaches, and organization officials. If there is a concern, it should be addressed in confidence directly with Ross Lehr and Zack Keedy.
  • Getting the player to SCBC events on time.
  • Commitment to SCBC as first priority if child is playing multiple sports or involved with multiple teams in baseball.
  • Work towards the success of Stephens City Baseball Cluba

 

None
No
No
No
No
SCBC Information
No
186