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What division are you interested in coaching in?
Did you coach last year at McAllister Park?
What division did your son play in last Spring season (at MPLL or with another program)?
What experience do you have coaching/playing previously (please check all relevant)?Please explain any of your coaching experience with # of years, organizations, etc.
Please apply a ranking based on your definition of a successful season? [1]
Please apply a ranking based on your definition of a successful season? [2]
Please apply a ranking based on your definition of a successful season? [3]
Please apply a ranking based on your definition of a successful season? [4]
Please apply a ranking based on your definition of a successful season? [5]
Where do you rank your child amongst the talent in his age group?
Why do you want to coach at McAllister Park Little League?How do you think we could make baseball better at McAllister Park Little League?
By putting your name in the hat to coach, you are also committing to support the league in the following ways:
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8/30/2017 21:46:27Nathan HallNathan@cleanearthsolutions.com210-559-6609Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach3 years at Capital Park Little League. Assistant Coach, one fall ball season as head coach and board memberFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementPlayer DevelopmentWinningMiddleI coached my older daughter in the past and really enjoyed it. I look forward to helping as an assistant coach on my daughters teamI don't know much about the operation there, but I'm excited to help and do my best to make the league stronger in all aspects.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsors)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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9/5/2017 20:15:07Daniel Pattersond.patterson91@icloud.com2109980139TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)No
Played in another program
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Little league, and umpiring . 25 yrs oldFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementPlayer DevelopmentWinningMiddleTo get involved with young baseball players and get the opportunity of coaching on a regular basis Haven't experienced the league yet
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsors)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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9/7/2017 14:59:46Jerry MoralesJerrym911@gmail.com2108459669Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)No
Played in another program
High School or Above - PlayerIve never coached, but i did play little league and high school ball. FunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinning
Haven't Thought About It
McAllister Park is known for developing young talent. I miss the game and im looking for a way to give back, as many of my little league coaches did for me.
i actually dont know. I dont have any experience with any little league in texas but i believe in individual development; assess where the child is, and attempt to make the child a better player by the end of the season.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsors)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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9/12/2017 17:03:57Ryan Ellisrockymtnrejects@yahoo.com210-857-1022Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)No
Played in another program
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player
I have been coaching youth baseball since 2010 for my boys. I have coached YMCA baseball in Colorado, Competitive League in OKC from 2012-2016. I scouted high school and college players for the Cleveland Indians for the State of Colorado in 2005. I am a son of a high school baseball coach in Colorado. My Dad coached Doug Brocail who is currently the Pitching Coach for the Texas Rangers. I worked in Minor League Baseball in 1998 with the Colorado Springs SkySox and in 1999 with the Birmingham Barons. I played college baseball at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska and at West Texas A&M in Canyon, Texas.
Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementWinningFamily EngagementFunMiddlewant to coach my son and have a passion and a love for the game of baseball making sure you have coaches who are about teaching and developing players the right way.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsors)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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11/28/2017 16:35:32Stephen Sipessipe98@hotmail.com2105518541Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
6 plus seasons assistant coach mpll- tball, machine pitch. Multiple years marathon coaching all skill levels (adults). Scholarship track athlete Baylor University - didn’t run a step til high school/played little league.
Player DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinning
Haven't Thought About It
The help kids develop skill set and learn to complete.More BBQ
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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11/29/2017 23:06:36Chris SzymczakCmsaggie95@gmail.com2105082499Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Mpll last 5 years have coached tball, machine pitch and kid pitch. Been to 7 league champ games winning 4 and losing 3. Been to city 3 times. Managed AL all star 10 yo team in 2017.Player EngagementFunPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningTopEnjoy helping and bring involved with my 2 sonsBetter umpires
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 16:03:16Brian Hernandezbrian.h.hernandez@gmail.com919-623-5552Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player
I have coached across i9, YMCA, and at MPLL. I also have extensive experience as a player at the collegiate and professional levelPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunWinningFamily EngagementTopI enjoy helping kids develop in and grow to love the game of baseballI wouldn't mind some weekend games.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 16:12:40Robert Harrisonrharrison@hydraulicsupply.com210-827-9700Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
MPLL Little from T-Ball to Minors over the last 4 yearsPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementFunWinningMiddleI enjoy the process of taking a group of kids and making them a team. Have pitcher tryout at the Minors level.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 16:35:11Corey Frankscorey.franks78@gmail.com8324832994TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)Yes
TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)
High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach3 seasons with MPLL going on 4th, coached CFL football for secondary positions, 2 years.FunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningMiddleLove the environment, love the competitive spirit, and building friends with new families we meet.Have the same shirts for fall and spring.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 17:49:27Michael VaelloMichael.vaello@gmail.com2102546227TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)No
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
NoneNewbie Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunWinningFamily EngagementTopIt's our home away from home, and I feel like I'm being called to give backCharge more for registration, less fundraising
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 17:52:45Joshua Allen Dale Friske SrJoshua.a.friske@icloud.com2106022250Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
15FunPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinning
Haven't Thought About It
Make sure the kids have funFlexibility
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 18:07:11Sonny Garciasonnyg@paxchristi.me2106832777Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
CYO T-Ball - (1) season; MPLL - Machine Pitch Manager (3) seasons; MPLLAsst. Coach (2) seasons; Certfied NAYS Baseball CoachFunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningMiddle
First, build long and lasting memories with my son Noah. To help young players understand there are many life lessons to be learned playing baseball - how to win, how to lose, how to overcome adversity. I enjoy player development, not only do I like to teach them fundamental baseball but I enjoy the journey of watching young players improve over the course of a single season. There's nothing more I like than to see the joy and pride on young players faces when they achieve even the smallest accomplishments on the field - like getting on base for the first time in a season. Personally, it's the most relaxing thing I've ever done, yes I put in lots of hours and work, on and off the field, but win or lose I always seem to come home feeling relaxed and it's just plain fun.
Offer baseball camps during summer, winter and spring breaks - partner up with one of the local hitting academies or colleges. 5:30 games are tough to make for some parents - starting games at 6 pm might ease the difficulty - may require the use of multiple fields.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 18:28:42JAson AdamJcadam1979@gmail.com210.870.9288Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
T-Ball MPLL - asssistant
Machine Pitch Softball MPLL - head coach and assistant
Machine Pitch MPLL - assistant
Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunFamily EngagementWinningBottomI can help develop skills that will allow the kids to improve and enjoy baseball as much as I do.Less emphasis on winning at lower levels. More emphasis on playing the game the right way.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 21:36:30Andrew Fuchsandrewcfuchs@yahoo.com2108340265Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player
I have been coaching in some capacity since my oldest son (Nolan) starting playing tee ball at MPLL. I first managed a team in the spring of 2016 (AAA). Due to our family situation I declined to manage last spring, I had planned to spend that season in the stands. My younger son’s (Archer) manager didn’t have enough qualified help so I wound up on the field and running practices anyway.
Family EngagementWinningFunPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementTop
I enjoy working with the kids and teaching them the game. I have the ability to do it, and while it can be stressful at times, I find it to be a very rewarding experience.
I think baseball is already top notch at MPLL. However, better coaching always leads to better baseball, no matter what group of kids you start with at the beginning of the season.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/1/2017 22:10:07Ryan Howardryan.h.howard@gmail.com8325458462Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Played in another program
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
I coached mpll last fall, i have played baseball including the utsa club team which i was also the coach for 5 years.Player DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinning
Haven't Thought About It
I love baseball, i have a passion unmatched by most and i love the ability to be able to shape kids playing abilities as well as show them how to utilize skills learned in baseball in real life to be the best people they can be.
I have been completely satisfied with mpll
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/2/2017 16:59:20Joe SachitanoJsach21@gmail.com2108500221TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)Yes
TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)
High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player
1 year high school coach
1 year tball coach
13 years little league/travel player
4 years high school player
FunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningMiddleSpend time with son and help kids develop love for gameA little less emphasis on the World Series
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/2/2017 17:47:18Brian Rugglesrugglesbm@hotmail.com520-858-4571Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
High School - 15 plus years (Freshmen - Varsity)
Elyria HS Ohio, Admiral King HS Ohio, Oberlin HS Ohio, Vista Grande HS Arizona, Basha HS Arizona, Hamilton HS Arizona, and Coolidge HS Arizona.

Select - 2 years
Marucci Elite

Little League
Norfolk Naval Base Little League - 2 years
Casa Grande Little League - 1 year
McAllister Park Little League - 2 years (All-Stars - 1 year)

Family EngagementPlayer EngagementFunWinningPlayer DevelopmentTop
After giving up teaching/coaching at the high school level, I want to continue being involved with kids and developing baseball and life skills.
We have been happy with our experience so far at McAllister Park, nothing comes to mind at the moment that I would recommend changing.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/2/2017 21:35:48Mike Moneermpllmike@gmail.com210.844.0651Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
4 total seasons as head coach (2 of them at CPLL) and 4 total seasons as assistant coach at MPLLPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementWinningFunFamily EngagementTopTo give back to my community through coaching.Quality coaching
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/3/2017 21:02:15Parrish Ticerparrishticer@me.com210-216-0792Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)No
Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach4 years Baseball Manager Experience at MPLL, Fall season of managing a select baseball team, and 8 Years of managing and coaching my sons at the Y in other sportsFunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningTop
1. Because it’s fun and I can help mold kids through Little League’s virtues
2. Gives me an opportunity to give back to my community and volunteer my time
3. I get to spend time with my son and his buddies making lifetime memories
Make it more merit based.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/4/2017 10:18:01Wayne Starneswayne.starnes0703@gmail.com5127894260TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachMPLL Player DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinningMiddleBest Little League there is!!!NA
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/4/2017 11:15:05Jason Sanchezolsanch76@gmail.com210-364-9427Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)No
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - PlayerLimited.FunPlayer EngagementWinningPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementBottomTo spend time with my son.I don't know.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/4/2017 14:37:26Matt Garzamattgarza12@gmail.com210-508-4182Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Coached from T-ball-Select Ball. 8 years. Little League. YMCA. USSSA.Family EngagementWinningPlayer EngagementFunPlayer DevelopmentTop
I would like to be of assistance to the head coach if there is a need. I am willing to help the team my son is on in any way necessary.
Doing a great job from what I have experienced.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/4/2017 15:42:48Todd Ministermminister@sbcglobal.net
(210) 865-1255
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Have coached youth sports (baseball, softball, bball, soccer) from ages 5-12 for past ~8 years. Re: baseball, played MPLL as child, coached BVYA (Pony) in Schertz, TX for 7 years, and coached/manager Tball, and Minors AA for past 1 year.
Player DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementWinningFamily EngagementTopManage team to develop kids on baseball (game & skillsets) & team sportmanship. Love working with kids, love the game
Adhere to Pony rules (closer to traditional baseball rules) but I know that's not an option. I think MPLL is already successful and have witnessed the league is run well (Finances, board, field mtce, working with select bb teams & tournys. Perhaps one area of continuous improvement is to select experienced managers when available. Good manager = overall development, quality season, and ROI back to parents
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/4/2017 19:50:40Will HaffWhaff@yahoo.com210-867-4296Juniors baseball (League age 13-14 yrs)Yes
Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
8 years of coaching with the YMCA (football, basketball, amd baseball) and MPLL (baseball)FunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementPlayer DevelopmentWinningBottomI get so much out of helping the kids improve and enjoy baseball
Have the parents and other coaches take a breath and consider that this is about the kids. (Not much the league can do about that unfortunately)
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/4/2017 19:59:51Alex SaenzAsaenz022002@gmail.com2103066909TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)Yes
Played in another program
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Coach City Softball all men's team for over 10 years.
2014 YMCA Spring TBall
2015 McAllister Spring Coach Pitch
2016 McAllister Spring Coach Pitch
2016 McAllister Fall Machine Pitch
2016 McAllister Fall Coach pitch
2017 CYO Spring Coach Pitch
2017 McAllister Spring Coach Pitch
2017 McAllister Fall Machine Pitch
Kids Basketball 2016 CYO
FunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningMiddle
Great opportunity for me to teach/Coach kids the basics of baseball from, hitting, throwing, catching, running bases, fielding, team work and good sportsmanship.
An in between league from Machine Pitch and Coach pitch for the 7 year olds that never played before and the more advance 5/6 year old kids. Letting 3 year olds play, so you would have a 3/4 year old kids playing Tball only and 5/6 and some 7 year olds in coach pitch. The reason I say 7 year old never played kids so we don't weed them out and we give them a fair opportunity to learn the game.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/5/2017 9:17:02Charles Dragocharlesdrago21@gmail.com210-749-2848Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
10 plus years of experiencePlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementWinningFunFamily EngagementTopI enjoy being involved at the little league I grew up playing in and hope to continue the possibilities of the children who play out there.
After talking with Tommy and the board, I think we are making a lot of the right steps already to make the league better. I think the coaches clinics before the season would be of great value.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/5/2017 11:15:24Keith Hanskeith_hans@hotmail.com210-854-1374TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)No
Played in another program
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Teeball (1), Coach pitch(2), basketball(2), soccer(3), flag football(1), tackle football(2) YMCA, CYO, I9FunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningTopI like being involved in my nephews teams and want to be involved now with my sons.you guys do a great job of organization and development
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/5/2017 12:16:28Shane EdwardsEdwards.shane@ctx.sysco.com210 663-1090Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - PlayerSelect 2 years, little league 5 yearsPlayer DevelopmentWinningPlayer EngagementFunFamily EngagementTopImpart my knowledge on the kidsUpper cages! 11 kids per team!
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/5/2017 13:13:40Jack Heldjackgheld@outlook.com210-273-6678Juniors baseball (League age 13-14 yrs)Yes
Juniors baseball (League age 13-14 yrs)
High School or Above - CoachCoached when I was PE teacher in 1980 and 1981 and have been playing baseball my entire life and still play today.Family EngagementWinningPlayer EngagementFunPlayer DevelopmentMiddleTo coach my sonNot sure but hope my son who turns 15 in February can still play
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/5/2017 14:10:19Daniel Neutzlingdn0227@yahoo.com2104136897Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Two years managing at MPLL, 1 year at YMCA, multiple seasons as coaching assistant at MPLLPlayer DevelopmentFunWinningPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementMiddleTo ensure that little league continues to be a great place to learn the game of baseball.Increase the quality of coaching in an effort to retain players year to year.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/6/2017 9:23:07Javier Castro Xavo_c@hotmail.com 2109029915Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachMPLL managed Tball, machine pitch and assisted coaching, minors team as well as Tball and machine pitch.Player EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFunWinningFamily EngagementTop
Love working with the kids. Very rewarding to see the before and after in the development of the players. Maybe the last opportunity for me to experience the game with my son.
Implement a film review system for coaches and share knowlege.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/6/2017 15:12:45Dennis Wagnerdw4242@yahoo.com210-788-9879Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachI have coached at McAllister for 5 years both spring and fall baseball.Family EngagementWinningPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunMiddleI enjoy working with the kids and I love spending time with my son. I would like to see more consistency in the teams
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/6/2017 17:55:26Al Kingal.kingintx@gmail.com210-326-1249Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachI have coached in MPLL for over 5 years in multiple situations. I have coaches select baseball for over 10 years and currently do private sessions with players from 5 -18 years old. Player DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinning
Haven't Thought About It
My interest is to work and develop players and improve their understanding in the game of baseball. MPLL has a rich tradition and I would like to be part of assisting in that tradition.
Ensuring that we are finding coaches that truly understand how to develop players. Coaches that do not risk the chance of players being taught incorrect thus having players learn bad habits. This is a good recipe for families feeling as if their player was taught proper fundamentals, hence repeat players coming back.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/6/2017 21:43:59David Maplesdavemaples@hotmail.com210-326-6491Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachI have managed teams at MPLL for the past 8 years (fall and spring) t-ball to minors and also was an assistant coach on a majors team in 2017.Family EngagementWinningPlayer EngagementFunPlayer DevelopmentTopBecause my kids enjoy baseball and I enjoy teaching the kids the finer points of the game.be more selective with the coaches, which is difficult to do when you don't have better options.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/7/2017 18:02:16Wesley FebimoreFenimore2011@gmail.com2106301138Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach2 years both at MPLL FunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningMiddle
I played baseball for 14 years and I know the sport well. I am a leader at work and my ability to connect with kids/parents is something I take pride in. My boys in fall ball grew tremendously
As a “new” coach I had a lot of questions unanswered- I hope the mentor coach Program helps with this. Be sure to fly our flag for all games
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/10/2017 11:46:45Chris Clinkscalesmpllbaseballchris@gmail.com2105422472TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)Yes
Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
MPLL 20+ seasons; returning Majors manager; YMCA ~6 seasonsPlayer DevelopmentWinningPlayer EngagementFunFamily Engagement
Haven't Thought About It
I’m not sure I do but my 4-year old expects it!!!Fire that dumba$$ Chris Clinkscales
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/10/2017 13:18:23Samuel B Ramospatricia.samuel_ramos@yahoo.com210-848-1901Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)No
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player4 years as A CYO coach for my son in 3 different sports. Baseball, basketball and soccer.Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunFamily EngagementWinningMiddleLearn to become a better coach.Haven’t been at MPLL to comment on this.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/10/2017 15:49:45Jim PottsJimkpotts@gmail.com2105082608Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
I have been coaching baseball for 7 years and have been managing teams at MPLL the past three seasons. Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementWinningFamily EngagementFunMiddleI love developing and watching kids grow as baseball players. Focus continued family outreach so there to more family buy-in and commitment.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/10/2017 22:54:18John AndersonJohn.texasdesign@gmail.com210-669-2325Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - PlayerOver 4 years of experiencePlayer DevelopmentFunWinningFamily EngagementPlayer EngagementTopHave a positive impact on developing youth baseballGive everyone equal opportunities.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/11/2017 17:23:08Andres Alvaradorealtysa@gmail.com2102407524Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachMcAllister Little League - two years
YMCA - 4 years
Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementFunWinningTop
I am passionate about baseball and try to bring that passion to my teams, by my joy in developing player, developing teams, developing people(teaching kids to become adults, and teaching others (assistant coaches and parents to become coaches as well). I have coached for four seasons at McAllister Park Little League starting at machine pitch, each season brings it's own challenges, but we (my teams and I) have had a great time developing each player and team through out the season. I grew up playing Little League Baseball, High School Baseball, and College Baseball at St. Edward's University and I cherish all the friendships and memories this great community sport has provided me, and love the opportunity to give back by coaching in the upcoming Spring McAllister Little League Season.
Two small ideas for an already great League - 1.)Beginning of season - opening day parade and food and games. 2.) If possible - use speakers for Announcing each player before the come to bat - parent could do the announcement for each team. Kids like to hear their names and parents would enjoy this as well. We had this at North Houston America Little League back in the 1980s.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/15/2017 15:54:05Bryant Bonnerwbbonneriii@yahoo.com210.995.9973Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)No
Played in another program
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player
Coached at MPLL / Select baseball, I-9 SportsPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunWinningFamily EngagementTopCoach my son (previously coached him at MPLL and would like to again) and develop players in his age group.Have a ton of thoughts (probably deserves a conversation)
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/18/2017 9:44:00Abel Ortiz Jrabelortiz10@gmail.com512-560-4517Juniors baseball (League age 13-14 yrs)No
Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Pflugerville Little League 2009 - 2013 Del Rio Little League 1996 - 1998Player DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunWinningFamily EngagementMiddleI believe I have the skill set and knowledge of baseball to train and develop players at this level.
I have only lived in San Antonio for 2 years, but I've seen several other Little Leagues in Texas. Perhaps adding some announcing during the games although I know it's sometimes difficult to get volunteers.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/18/2017 14:35:19paul anthony kennedypaulkennedy45@aol.com2102401410Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - CoachMcAllister park 5 years, YMCA 7 years, Austin College 2 years.Player DevelopmentFamily EngagementPlayer EngagementWinningFunTopTo develop the sportsmanship and skillsdevelop standardized practices to serve as a baseline for all coaches to utilize
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/28/2017 15:10:31Ben MartinBenmartin1182@yahoo.com2108679687Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)No
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
I have coached Tee Ball two years at the JCC. I have also coached football and basketball as well. Family EngagementPlayer EngagementWinningPlayer DevelopmentFunMiddleBecause I want to help the kids learn the basics before they hit the field. More balance between teams.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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12/29/2017 17:10:56JOHN MOZINGOjpmozingo@bluescopecss.com2105486149Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
3yrs MPLL coaching, 1yr Select Team coaching, 2yrs YMCA coachingPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFunFamily EngagementWinningTopI enjoy teaching the game, fundamentals, and strategy to my son & players.
Add a field umpire for Minors division and above. Very difficult for one umpire to call the plate and see the plays in the field, especially with base stealing. In my view, the biggest issue in the Fall League (Minors divison) was inconsistency of umpire pitch and play calls. Spring is more competitive, so a second umpire would help...and they could help make sure the league play rules are being followed. Plus, the coaches often had to remind the umpire of the division rules prior to start of the game, which should be the other way around.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/3/2018 14:04:44Jeremy Shieldsjershields@gmail.com210-632-2343Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)No
Played in another program
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
2 years coaching t-ball with my sons.FunPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinningMiddleClose to home, and seems to be run exceptionally well.
I have no experience with MPLL, so would not be able to comment. I would love to be a part of the program going forward.
I would prefer to start as an assistant coach.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/3/2018 15:09:44Gionni Ashleygionniashley@gmail.com2102197704Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)No
Played in another program
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, High School or Above - Coach, High School or Above - Player6yrs little league Edison Babe Ruth Fresno Ca, 3yrs frosh baseball Edison H.S. Fresno, CaPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFunFamily EngagementWinningBottomHeard good things about leagueIKD enough leafue to have an opinion.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/7/2018 17:55:06Jason Leibjasonleib4@gmail.com253) 370-2591Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, High School or Above - Player
12 yrs - Key Peninsula Little league 8 yrs Major and 3yrs Junior League 11 yrs was the all star coach
1 yr middle school (Tacoma Washington) assistant Coach
2 yrs Peninsula High School C team Gig Harbor Washington)assistant coach
2 yrs South Texas Spartans
2 Yrs McAllister park Little League Assistant coach
FunPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinningMiddle
I grew up on Little League and love the program and what Little League is about. I have finally settled in Texas and now can take on the time commitment of managing a Team. I love the game of baseball and want to pass that knowledge on.
Post signs during the season when board meetings are going to happen. If its posted people will read it. Most are to lazy to go to the web site to find it.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/10/2018 15:24:57Slade EllisSladee@bohlsbearing.com210-264-5277Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player3 years YMCA-Tee-Ball, Coach Pitch: 3 Years MPLL Minors ManagerPlayer DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinningMiddlecontinue a family tradition, pass down knowledge to the next generationumpire evaluation shhets
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/11/2018 14:10:20Nikolas S. Libsonnlibson@hotmail.com830-776-2930Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)Yes
TBall (League age 4-6 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, Select/Travel Ball - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
4 years @ MPLL, 3 years @ Eagle Pass Babe Ruth 18U & 14UFunPlayer EngagementPlayer DevelopmentFamily EngagementWinningMiddleTo utilize the sport of baseball as a stepping stone for youth to understand that life is not always easy.Help establish a culture of responsibility, while respecting the game of baseball and those around it.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/18/2018 9:53:04Tony KamanAKaman@conteches.com
(210) 861-9489
Majors (League age 10-12 yrs)Yes
Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)
Select/Travel Ball - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
I have coached my 4 kids in baseball &/or softball at the Mays YMCA (~ 2005-2009); MPLL Tee-Ball through Majors Baseball (~ 2010 - Present); MPLL Softball (~ 2011 - 2013); Select Baseball (11U - 17U) (~ 2011 - 2016)
Player DevelopmentFunPlayer EngagementWinningFamily EngagementTop
I love coaching. I especially love seeing the kids develop & grow in their knowledge, their skill sets, & hopefully their love of the game. My daughter Emily has been playing Baseball at MPLL & was selected as an Alternate to the 2017 All-Stars (9-10), but is now wanting to transition over to Softball, so I would like to coach her team. PS, I put coaching Majors (10-12) because they didn't give an option for Softball.
Have the parents watch the games via simulcast. HaHa!! In a perfect world, if we could promote "less attitude" from the parents, coaches & even umpires, I think that would be a great start. I'm a competitive person, but there are some coaches that are "way overboard" and they make Winning their ONLY priority, no matter how they rank it as questioned above. I know you can weed some of them out as Managers, but they still end up coaching as Assistants. On a different note, most of the umpires are pretty good and they do their best to keep everything fair. However, I can remember more than a handful of times over the years when a couple of them grew a "God Complex" and were immediately on the defensive when a Manager called time to ask about a call. We are all human and are prone to making mistakes, but if there was some better communication between the umpires & coaches, and even the umpires & the spectators expectations, that would help make the game better. Maybe even provide some evaluations of the umpires from the coaches after games, & vice versa. They are the only ones out there getting paid, but they still need to be held accountable.
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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1/18/2018 17:37:57Jimmy Ramosjramos48@satx.rr.com210-846-0620Minors (League age 9-11 yrs)No
Machine Pitch (League age 7-8 yrs)
High School or Above - Coach, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Coach, High School or Above - Player, Volunteer Leagues (YMCA, CYO, Little League, etc) - Player
Professional high school coach for 25 years. High school baseball for 4 years, coached in 5A State Championship game. Volunteer Little League coach for my oldest son multiple years. Assisted at MPLL for 9 years. Attended TX High School Baseball Coaching Conferences and the National Baseball Association Conference . Assisted Lee Willis and Mike Shull with the 2009 World Series team my oldest played on.
FunPlayer DevelopmentPlayer EngagementFamily EngagementWinning
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To help develop players’ skills while having fun and spending quality time with my son.Equity amongst teams and player safety
To care for and support our players., To develop our players on and off the field., To be respectful of other coaches, players, parents, officials and the league., To properly maintain the fields during/after practices & games., To address conflict in a positive manner swiftly and respectfully., To encourage your team to support the league through fundraising efforts (sponsorships and raffle)., To encourage your team to support the league through volunteering (field, concession, work parties, etc), To be a model representation of the league, especially when hosting or visiting neighboring leagues., To participate in volunteer coaching clinics for players and to promote player development
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