Steel Lake Little League

COACH LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

Steel Lake Little League loves their coach volunteers.

 
    If you have questions or problems, please read our Troubleshooting Guide.
     
    INFORMATION FOR STEEL LAKE LITTLE LEAGUE COACHES

    Use your Bonzi Team Page to communicate with players and to post practice events.

    All Coaches must sign a Volunteer Code of Conduct Contract:

    Volunteer Code of Conduct Contract

    Coaches must check out and print important concussion info:

    Steel Lake Little League Concussion Page

    Per WA State law every player and parent must agree the have read the concussion info:

    Concussion Form

    Have parents sign a "Parent Code of Conduct" which should be kept on file during the season:

    Parent Code of Conduct

    Everyone who volunteers with Steel Lake Little League must complete a volunteer application:

    Steel Lake Little League Volunteer page

    Understanding Rainouts:

    Steel Lake Little League Rainouts

     

     
    IMPORTANT RULE REMINDERS FOR COACHES

    • Majors and below - managers/coaches may NOT wear conventional baseball uniforms.
    • Majors and below - there is NO on deck batter permitted.
    • Majors and below - The batter should be the only player holding a bat.
    • Intermediate and above - The batter and on-deck batter should be the only players holding a bat.
    • No player in the dugout should be holding a bat.
    • Only the player immediately at bat may take warm-up swings.
    • 2A and above - managers/coaches must remain INSIDE the dugout unless they are a base coach.
    • All Divisions - there MUST be an adult in the dugout at all times.

    Managers and coaches are not allowed to catch pitchers (Rule 3.09); this includes standing at the backstop during practice as informal catcher for batting practice.

    Finally, a reminder - there is to be absolutely no use of tobacco products (including chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes, vape, etc.) within the South County ballfield facility. This includes the parking areas and bathrooms. To do so is ground for removal from the facility.