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Old 02-11-2018, 02:40 PM   #101
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Default Am I crazy for not canceling baseball practice?

Its not about the getting sick.. @ that age it is hard enough to get the kids attention on the game, much less when they are cold and miserable and just want to go home..

You can practice, but I highly doubt it will be productive..


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**** it you guys were right. It's not safe to play baseball in this cold. I am sitting in urgent care. I think I just broke my **** ankle playing catch in the front yard.
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**** it you guys were right. It's not safe to play baseball in this cold. I am sitting in urgent care. I think I just broke my **** ankle playing catch in the front yard.
Didn't yo you see my thread from last Sunday?


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**** it you guys were right. It's not safe to play baseball in this cold. I am sitting in urgent care. I think I just broke my **** ankle playing catch in the front yard.
Shake it off and get back in the game

Here's to hoping it's just a sprain.
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**** it you guys were right. It's not safe to play baseball in this cold. I am sitting in urgent care. I think I just broke my **** ankle playing catch in the front yard.
Rub some dirt on it.

And fill the pot holes in your yard..
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Tried to make a hero play on a throw that sailed and landed on the edge where the grass meets the sidewalk. Just had xrays.....waiting for radiologist report. If it wasn't for my mad hops I wouldn't have landed so hard
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They are 7-8 years old. Practice should have been cancelled or at the least, moved indoors. I don't think one more day off is going to ruin their shot at the MLB!

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According to some on this thread ... eskimos are extinct.

Our team's 7u boys played tournament games till 8:30 last night and are just now taking the field today for brackets.
And that looks like you are watching it from inside or on television.
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And that looks like you are watching it from inside or on television.
Not our tournament. Its our 7u team..and they arent complaining, whining, or bitching like soccer moms.
But we've played in rain, and cold weather.

Yall whine about playing football and hockey in inclement weather too?

A healthy immune system is one that gets used.

I swear, the wussification is seeded deep.
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Track runs in that weather. Football plays in it in the rain as well, and snow up north. Baseball players can do the same. Will build team spirit lol
Unless they're young. I'd give the young ones a break. Older kids hit the field
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No! Cold weather doesn’t give people flu or a cold. Get their snowflake asses out there.
I didn't read the whole thread because I didn't need to. Jeff hit the nail on the head. Weather doesn't cause or transmit the flu and the reason we have so many candy-assed kids is because we have too many candy-assed parents.







I'll admit I pushed my kids to basketball because it's hard to beat a climate-controlled gym.
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I'd ask him how cold it was but he has me blocked. Speaking of wussification. 😂
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Not our tournament. Its our 7u team..and they arent complaining, whining, or bitching like soccer moms.
But we've played in rain, and cold weather.

Yall whine about playing football and hockey in inclement weather too?

A healthy immune system is one that gets used.

I swear, the wussification is seeded deep.
Hear Hear !! It's incredible now days. Too hot, Little Johnny can't practice, too cold, no little Johnny, too windy, no little Johnny. Little Johnny is 250lbs but a 243 is too much, where can I find some reduced recoil loads. I mean, todays "Men" have to ask the internet when Johnny can hold a gun, when he can set in a stand by himself, etc...
Can you imagine when this group of kids, have kids? We straight f $#%@d bro!!
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Hear Hear !! It's incredible now days. Too hot, Little Johnny can't practice, too cold, no little Johnny, too windy, no little Johnny. Little Johnny is 250lbs but a 243 is too much, where can I find some reduced recoil loads. I mean, todays "Men" have to ask the internet when Johnny can hold a gun, when he can set in a stand by himself, etc...
Can you imagine when this group of kids, have kids? We straight f $#%@d bro!!
Man that is perfect. Where have you been
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Man, do kids up north just stay indoors 4 months every year? Does kids ski school kill thousands every year and I just didn't hear about it? Apparently, children getting exercise in groups at temps below 50 is fatal and and here I had no idea
Yeah ski school is very similar to baseball. Kids throwing ski polls back and forth just like a baseball. Using the same ski's is like sharing a baseball bat. One is cold weather, non-team sport that doesn't share the same equipment. The other is a warm weather sport that shares the same equipment. Apples to oranges here.

Send a message out to the parents that you will have practice and it is possible it will be cut short due to weather. Make sure the kids are dressed appropriately for the weather conditions. If you get messages back saying little Johnny will not be there due to the weather, then you can cancel practice. Put the ball in the parents court.
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Headed back from urgent care. It's 45, sunny and no wind. Beautiful day for some baseball
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I'm surprised....I know I shouldn't be....with the number of men on this site that thinks a coach should cancel practice because it might be uncomfortable, or even worse, "leave it up to the parents to decide". It's no wonder that high school coaches today face the challenges that they didn't face 25 years ago.
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They're 7-8 year olds. Hard *** pee wee coaches. 😂
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Hear Hear !! It's incredible now days. Too hot, Little Johnny can't practice, too cold, no little Johnny, too windy, no little Johnny. Little Johnny is 250lbs but a 243 is too much, where can I find some reduced recoil loads. I mean, todays "Men" have to ask the internet when Johnny can hold a gun, when he can set in a stand by himself, etc...
Can you imagine when this group of kids, have kids? We straight f $#%@d bro!!
What grown man still says "Bro"?
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They're 7-8 year olds. Hard *** pee wee coaches. 😂
At what age do you start teaching kids about responsibility, teamwork, dedication, expectations, etc.? I don't think 7-8 is too young. I've been coaching girls for 20 years. In softball for the first 10 and basketball for the last 13. The more expectations you place on them, the more they expect of themselves, regardless of age. When parents actually buy in, instead of undermining, that's when you've made some progress. Kids are tougher than most adults give them credit for.
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Bunch of grumpy hard *** old men around here today. Guess my decision was correct to cancel as the league closed the fields after the sleet and soft hail came through. Don't worry, I've got practice rescheduled for Tuesday. I'm even getting a Navy Seal buddy to come break these 7-8 year olds down so we can build them into the warriors I need them to be.
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At what age do you start teaching kids about responsibility, teamwork, dedication, expectations, etc.? I don't think 7-8 is too young. I've been coaching girls for 20 years. In softball for the first 10 and basketball for the last 13. The more expectations you place on them, the more they expect of themselves, regardless of age. When parents actually buy in, instead of undermining, that's when you've made some progress. Kids are tougher than most adults give them credit for.
At that age 7-8 make it fun. I don't know the temp when practice started but practicing stand around (baseball) is not fun. Too much down time to get cold. If they don't think it's fun they won't come back next year and play. Older kids I get it. You coach for a living?
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At what age do you start teaching kids about responsibility, teamwork, dedication, expectations, etc.? I don't think 7-8 is too young. I've been coaching girls for 20 years. In softball for the first 10 and basketball for the last 13. The more expectations you place on them, the more they expect of themselves, regardless of age. When parents actually buy in, instead of undermining, that's when you've made some progress. Kids are tougher than most adults give them credit for.

One **** sure doesn't push their daughters towards basketball so he can be comfortable in a gym like a **** wussie.. and then preach to others about dedication...
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At that age 7-8 make it fun. I don't know the temp when practice started but practicing stand around (baseball) is not fun. Too much down time to get cold. If they don't think it's fun they won't come back next year and play. Older kids I get it. You coach for a living?
I certainly see what you're saying, but setting expectations doesn't necessarily take the fun out of it. And no sir, I'm strictly a volunteer coach. Paid coaches are the ones that I feel sorry for. They're the ones that inherit the pampered kids that many volunteer coaches and many parents shelter to a fault. Again, I don't want kids to get frostbite, but being uncomfortable for one practice is a great teaching tool.
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One **** sure doesn't push their daughters towards basketball so he can be comfortable in a gym like a **** wussie.. and then preach to others about dedication...

Yes they do....turns out I'm the SMART one.
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yes they do....turns out i'm a wussy.:d:d:d
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I certainly see what you're saying, but setting expectations doesn't necessarily take the fun out of it. And no sir, I'm strictly a volunteer coach. Paid coaches are the ones that I feel sorry for. They're the ones that inherit the pampered kids that many volunteer coaches and many parents shelter to a fault. Again, I don't want kids to get frostbite, but being uncomfortable for one practice is a great teaching tool.
Those guys that coach for a living want everyone to play. Those that are soft will weed themselves out soon enough. They don't need the pee wee coaches to do it for them.
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At what age do you start teaching kids about responsibility, teamwork, dedication, expectations, etc.? I don't think 7-8 is too young. I've been coaching girls for 20 years. In softball for the first 10 and basketball for the last 13. The more expectations you place on them, the more they expect of themselves, regardless of age. When parents actually buy in, instead of undermining, that's when you've made some progress. Kids are tougher than most adults give them credit for.
I agree with most of that but girls mature a lot faster than boys do and are a lot more dedicated at a younger age than boys are.
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Those guys that coach for a living want everyone to play. Those that are soft will weed themselves out soon enough. They don't need the pee wee coaches to do it for them.
I agree with that. I guess my point was that it's a shame that setting expectations for kids playing a team sport weeds out anyone.
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Bunch of grumpy hard *** old men around here today. Guess my decision was correct to cancel as the league closed the fields after the sleet and soft hail came through. Don't worry, I've got practice rescheduled for Tuesday. I'm even getting a Navy Seal buddy to come break these 7-8 year olds down so we can build them into the warriors I need them to be.
Sleet and hail are very different conditions from your original post which I assume is what everyone is responding to. Sleet and hail, yes cancel the practice, 43 and a very mild wind, no dont cancel it. But that opinion and $5 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks, or are we all boycotting them?
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I agree with that. I guess my point was that it's a shame that setting expectations for kids playing a team sport weeds out anyone.
I don't think you are getting what I'm saying, practicing baseball in cold weather sucks. Especially for 7-8 year olds that can't name all nine positions. A game is different. There's a reason why MLB goes to warmer climates for spring training.
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Sleet and hail are very different conditions from your original post which I assume is what everyone is responding to. Sleet and hail, yes cancel the practice, 43 and a very mild wind, no dont cancel it. But that opinion and $5 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks, or are we all boycotting them?
Agreed. My stance certainly wasn't based on sleet and hail.
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Sleet and hail are very different conditions from your original post which I assume is what everyone is responding to. Sleet and hail, yes cancel the practice, 43 and a very mild wind, no dont cancel it. But that opinion and $5 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks, or are we all boycotting them?
Nothing like mentioning Starbucks in a 'manly' discussion
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I don't think you are getting what I'm saying, practicing baseball in cold weather sucks. Especially for 7-8 year olds that can't name all nine positions. A game is different. There's a reason why MLB goes to warmer climates for spring training.
To be fair, practicing baseball in any weather sucks.
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I said get you a cup not me.....I dont drink the stuff.
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I'll pass
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Not our tournament. Its our 7u team..and they arent complaining, whining, or bitching like soccer moms.
But we've played in rain, and cold weather.

Yall whine about playing football and hockey in inclement weather too?

A healthy immune system is one that gets used.

I swear, the wussification is seeded deep.
I guess the select pros at age 7 play in any weather.
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I'm even getting a Navy Seal buddy to come break these 7-8 year olds down so we can build them into the warriors I need them to be.
There you go! You are on the way to being a select pro coach in no time!
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I guess the select pros at age 7 play in any weather.
Its ok.
I dont blame you for not wanting to get your skirt wet or your delicate hands cold.
The world needs male balerinas too... i guess.
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It’s miserable out. There’s too much standing around in baseball, and you can only wear so many clothes while playing it. They’d freeze. No reason to torture them at that age. It would be a little different if it was a sport like soccer where they’re constantly running and keeping their body heat up, although I doubt I’d want my kid doing that in this weather at that age either. I had to practice various sports in weather this cold over the years, and I don’t ever recall enjoying it or being particular engaged in the practice while my fingers were freezing off.
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I'm surprised....I know I shouldn't be....with the number of men on this site that thinks a coach should cancel practice because it might be uncomfortable, or even worse, "leave it up to the parents to decide". It's no wonder that high school coaches today face the challenges that they didn't face 25 years ago.
25 years ago kids weren't playing baseball in February. It wasn't a year round sport then.
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Bunch of grumpy hard *** old men around here today. Guess my decision was correct to cancel as the league closed the fields after the sleet and soft hail came through. Don't worry, I've got practice rescheduled for Tuesday. I'm even getting a Navy Seal buddy to come break these 7-8 year olds down so we can build them into the warriors I need them to be.
That's the spirit.
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Wth is my space and why would you use that as your profile pic? Doesnt even show your man bun...
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Wth is my space and why would you use that as your profile pic? Doesnt even show your man bun...
Weak. Need to work on your game a little harder. Well get you a participation ribbon though. You can put it in your trophy cabinet with the rest of yours.
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Weak. Need to work on your game a little harder. Well get you a participation ribbon though. You can put it in your trophy cabinet with the rest of yours.
Whatever you say, princess.
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