Your kid may not be required to wear cleats during t ball, but cleats make the playing experience more enjoyable: no one likes sliding around on dirt and grass because they cannot get traction!But as parents we have to balance the financial costs. For this reason, you may consider just looking for inexpensive cleats so that it’s no big deal if/when your child outgrows them. I mean, we all know the pain when they outgrow their clothes and/or shoes during the same season. As they get older and the growth stabilizes a bit more, then moving onto more expensive cleats which hold up better makes sense.You will want to make sure you are buying baseball cleats. Yes, there are different cleats for each sport (you can tell by the placement of the spikes). I knewnown this, but never think about much until I see someone get flagged for it before my daughter’s soccer games. You can spot a baseball cleat by the toe cleat on the front, which is clearly not intended for close contact with other players (unlike soccer cleats) 🤓 
9. The coach wants you to help. Seriously. This might not be the case come high school. But in tee-ball, coaches usually are just the parents who volunteered because nobody else raised a hand. Many don’t have any baseball or softball experience. “As a parent, you are doing the coach a huge favourr by showing up and offering to be out there and help,” Trudeau said. “If nothing else, just instructing your own child how to play. There are parents that only come to games, then sit up in the stands and criticize the coach who has been out there babysitting their kid. Get involved. Do something to help if you can.” (last revised 77 days ago by Jurrell Horvath from Sanaa, Yemen) 
According to Pheng Cutler from howtheyplay.com, thanks for all the info . I just signed my grandson up for T ball last weekend and it has already cost me a ton $200 just to register and that just allows him to play and includes his team shirt . I’ve already went out and bought him his batting gloves , helmet , bat , bag of balls , batting T , and that cost me a around $100 but I never even thought about a bat bag I’m going to have to for sure go and get that it will make things much easier . And also thank you for Bruce for bringing up the ” cup” I didn’t think of that either that’s going on my list of things to get . I’m almost their Cleats , cup, bat bag , glove …. It may have cost more then I thoughtughtught but in the long run the smile on my grandsons face is going to be PRICELESS . Thank you for your help I would have went to the store without him thinking it would have been easier 
When a player (at any age) extends their arms and hands out in front of them; not necessarily ‘in front of their face’, but in front of the space occupied by their body. The result is they have both the ball and their glove in their line of sight. This positioning of the glove, within the player’s line of sight, and gives the brain a better chance of coordinating the glove with the ball. Most young children, because of the lack of shoulder strength to support the weight of their arms (and the glove), hold their glove (and elbows) close to their body when preparing for, and attempting to make, a catch. (we really thank Aydin Longoria for their latest revisions). 
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