Creeks Baseball Club
Our goals are to promote the development of baseball skills through the teaching of advanced fundamentals and techniques while emphasizing the importance of good sportsmanship and having fun! While CBC actively supports the development of individual skills and goals, we stress the more important goal of team work during practice and games. Our motto is, “Striving for Baseball Excellence”.
Parent Code of Conduct
Parental attitudes and behaviors greatly influence those of our children, and proper parental involvement can provide the ultimate positive example. However, negative parental attitudes and behaviors have the opposite influence on our children and do much more harm than good. Vocal outbursts and negative comments made during a game or practice are too often overheard by the kids and their coaches and create an atmosphere that makes it extremely difficult, if not impossible, for the players to perform and have fun. This type of negative behavior is disruptive and will not be tolerated. CBC has a zero tolerance policy in regards to any type of physical violence.
If a parent is unhappy with something a coach has done, they should address the problem with the manager/coach at an appropriate time. An appropriate time is not before, during or immediately after a game. If the problem persists, the CBC Board of Directors may become involved.
Player Code of Conduct
Players must be respectful of the coaches, umpires, and other players at all times. Players must always put what is good for CBC and their team ahead of their individual wants and goals. Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. CBC has a zero tolerance policy in regards to any type of physical violence.
Once a parent/player commits to becoming a member of a CBC team for the current season, the parent/player recognizes that it is a binding commitment. Players may only play on that particular CBC team, unless they have the written consent of their manager/head coach to play on another team.
If a player voluntarily or involuntarily leaves a CBC team after they have committed to being a member of the team for the current season, the player will be prohibited from returning to his former team or from playing for any other team sanctioned by CBC for the remainder of the current season and for an additional period of one year from the conclusion of the current season. Any and all monies paid to the player’s CBC team prior to the player’s voluntary departure would be forfeited. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the CBC Board of Directors on a case-by-case basis only when there is a justifiable reason for the player not honoring his commitment. Such exceptions would be considered for lengthy illnesses, injuries, moving from the area, etc.
I have read the foregoing the parent/player agreement it its entirety, and fully understand its contents and agree to be bound by all of the rules and provisions set forth in the agreement.