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Parental Code Of Conduct

INTRODUCTION:

Everyone involved in sports – from parents and spectators to athletes, officials and coaches can and should lead by example. The easiest way to do this is to respect the written and unwritten laws of the game.

Commitment:

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Please advise the coach of any of your child’s absences in advance

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Please make sure that your child is on time for games and practices

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Encourage your child to play by the rules of the game

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Consider the physical safety of team players at all times

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Avoid any altercations, physical and verbal, with persons involved with the game

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Remember children play for their enjoyment, not yours

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Make sure your behavior sets a good example

Enthusiasm:

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Please assist in making playing baseball a pleasant experience for all involved by volunteering whenever possible

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Applaud good plays by your team and the opposing team

Respect:

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Respect the role of coaches for being fully responsible for coaching during games

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Do not interfere, let them do their job

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Display respect for the umpire and his/her decisions at all times

Personal Conduct:

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All parks in Collingwood are smoke-free, alcohol-free, drug-free

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Provide only positive comments to all players and spectators (home and visitors)

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Turn defeat into victory by emphasizing the value of honest effort, skill improvement and fair play

This Code of Conduct should be supplemented with a high degree of common sense and keeping the best interests of the players and the game in mind. Please read this Code of Conduct and embrace its content and spirit. Violation of the guidelines will result in disciplinary actions that could include, but are not limited to, verbal and/or written warnings, as well as coach, parental, and in extreme cases, player suspension. Let’s have a great year.

 

ROWAN’S LAW

Under Rowan’s Law, before any player can be registered with the local association and Baseball Ontario, the player, and the parent or legal guardian of the player if the player is under 18 years of age, must review one of the Concussion Education Resources provided by the Province of Ontario and must review the Player Code of Conduct. Links to these resources are provided here and will open in a separate window:

Province of Ontario Concussion Education Resources:

Ages 10 and under:
https://www.baseballontario.com/filestore/htmleditattachedfiles/mtcs-rowans-law-booklet-ages-10-and-under-en-2019-052019-08-20t11-55-32v001_by_292.pdf

Ages 11-14:
https://www.baseballontario.com/filestore/htmleditattachedfiles/mtcs-rowans-law-booklet-ages-11-to-14-en-2019-052019-08-20t11-55-38v001_by_292.pdf

Ages 15 and up:
https://www.baseballontario.com/filestore/htmleditattachedfiles/mtcs-rowans-law-booklet-ages-15-and-up-en-2019-052019-08-20t11-55-44v001_by_292.pdf

 

COACHES CORNER

INTRODUCTION:

Everyone involved in sports – from parents and spectators to athletes, officials and coaches can and should lead by example. The easiest way to do this is to respect the written and unwritten laws of the game.

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Concussion-Coaches

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Concussion-Parents-Caregivers

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Concussion-ReturnToSport

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CRT5

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Medical-Clearance-Letter_Parachute

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PreSeason-Education-Sheet_Parachute

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Brain Injury Information

UPCOMING CLINICS

Coaches! Attend a Coaches Clinic and Collingwood Baseball will pay the costs of those clinics

All Head Coaches need the initiation course

Contact informationcmba@gmail.com for more information

Enthusiasm:

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Catching Drills

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Winter Workouts for Strength

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MLB Workouts

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Baseball Coaches Training Site

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Pitching Grips

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Long Toss for Arm Strength

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Choosing the Proper Bat

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Baseball Rox

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Better Coaches

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PAPERWORK

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COACHES APPLICATION

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COLLINGWOOD MINOR BASEBALL CONSTITUTION 2019

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UMPIRE SUPPORT POLICY

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COMMITTEE POSITIONS NEEDED

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