Managers & Coaches
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Each team is assigned one manager and two coaches. Additional assistant coaches may participate, but only the manager and two coaches qualify for fulfilling the Service Hours commitment.
All managers, coaches and assistant coaches must attend at least two Coaching Clinics. All NEW coaches to PHBA must also attend the Positive Coach clinics. Clinics are hosted by PHBA and its partners. Additionally, all manager / coaches must submit an application for a Live Scan background check.
Once all requirements are met, a PHBA badge / sticker will be issued to each manager / coach which must be worn at all games and practices. A new badge is not required every year if you already have one. A new sticker is required every year for every coach.
All coaches must undergo a background check through the Department of Justice. A DOJ Live Scan form can be downloaded from this site. The form should be completed and taken to the UPS store located at 25A Crescent Drive, Pleasant Hill, to have the fingerprints taken. Also required is the PHBA Volunteer Background Check Questionnaire and Declaration form which is accessible on this site. The form should be completed and sent as a PDF attachment to Gary Brown, Custodian of Criminal Records.
All coaches are required to complete a league walk through yearly to confirm their participation. Coaches need to be cleared only once through the Department of Justice unless there is a break of three years or more between coaching teams.
● Contact your commissioner if you have any questions or concerns
Team managers are responsible for the overall strategy of the team, practices, game-day decisions, and guidance of their team families. The manager ensures the team works together to learn the game of baseball / softball and elevate their abilities. The manager is ultimately responsible for representing the team and resolving any potential conflicts on and off the field.
The team manager is assisted by a coach and the team coordinator to plan and communicate all team activities.
The team coach is responsible for assisting the team manager with all team activities. Coaches represent the team and is responsible for the players when the manager is unable to attend a game, practice or other team activity.
Assistant coaches help out the manager and coach during games and practices at the manager's discretion. Any parent can be an assistant coach as long as they meet the same requirements as manager / coach and have been issued a current badge.
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