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GAME DAY VOLUNTEERS

Pitch Counter
If kids pitch, each game needs a pitch counter. The pitch count determines how many days of rest are required before that player may pitch again in a Little League game. This is an easy way for a parent to volunteer for your team.

Tracking sheets for coaches and volunteers can be downloaded here: 
Pitching Log
Pitching Log with daily limits
Pitching Eligibility Tracking

Scorekeeping
One parent or volunteer per team (per game) is needed to keep track of stats and scores.
Reference the Little League's page for basic scorekeeping instructions.
https://www.littleleague.org/university/articles/scorekeeping-101/

Home Team Responsibilities
  • Prepare the field: rake, chalk lines, prepare the mound.
  • Provide a scorekeeper (Minors and older).
  • Keep the official scorebook for the game. If electronic, must make it reasonably available to the visitors.

Visiting Team Responsibilities

  • Provide the official pitch count (Minors and older). 
  • Tidy the field post-game: rake infield and mounds.
  • Empty trash cans by each dugout and the nearest bleachers and take trash bags to the dumpster (near the entrance).
    • If there are no trash bags, have your coach notify the board so we can stock more bags in the score shacks.

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