President Coaching All Stars?
Posted 01 June 2017 - 11:54 PM
Tournament Rule on Managers and Coaches (page 121 in 2017 BB Rulebook).
That said, what one DA may approve another may not.
My DA will only approve a league President as an All Star manager/coach if every Regular Season manager/coach in that division signs an affidavit saying they do not want to manage/coach the team.
This has been discussed at our District President's meetings so all the Presidents know about it.
It is "in line" of what Williamsport used to require.
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Posted 02 June 2017 - 01:53 PM
LL still requires every regular season manager/ coach to sign off for the Player Agent to manager/ coach an All Star team (it's a pain, I still need 2 signatures). They changed the President rule to DA approval a bunch of years ago, but I like that your DA still keeps the old system in place.
Posted 02 June 2017 - 07:52 PM
Or maybe they are player's parents that don't have access to a Rulebook ???
begs another questions, I wonder exactly how much revenue LL generates by not making complete rulebooks available online, and selling them?
considering they give out lots for free every year to leagues. I have never had to buy one, not even this year when I was only an AC (when I asked if we had any left, league pres said there was a boxfull in the closet of the clubhouse, I took three, gave one to ump who does a lot of our softball games).
if they are available online, everyone has access. probably could do an mobile app version as well.
Posted 02 June 2017 - 08:12 PM
Your charter fees include one per team. Some leagues don't give rulebooks to their younger level teams (T-Ball, Rookies, Farm, etc.) so there are usually a lot extra. A good president orders some extra ones because you can never have too many.
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