How would I try to make parents indure there sons game. Dear parents I have contacted you for the ression that your son has not indurd at his game. It would be a lot better if you guys had a couple of minutes to help them with something to indure there game. An the games an score boards will change.
It's good showing sportsmanship but you have to tone it down a little. Sometimes your sportsmanships can bring the players down especially if they are little kids. They can get that vibe and might not want to play anymore. They might think they are not as good as the other players.
I get it your trying to help them but sometimes the sportsmanship is low and thats not good for the kids. Please if your going to show sportsmanship please be positive. So the kids won't think of anything bad and think they aren't good enough to be in the game and would want to quit.
As you know your kid(s) is participating in our Little League. There has been many complains about how you act at our games. Many of the other parents and fans are very annoyed by your way of poor sportsmanship. They have stated that it is hard for them to cheer there kids on while you and some other parents act disrespectfully.
This is just a little league there is no need to get all defensive about your kid missing a swing. All the kids here are here to have fun and learn new things. If you cannot keep your cool while your kid is playing, we have no other choice then to kick you out the game. If we do that your going to miss your son or daughters games.
Not being there for them at a baseball game is were it starts. Then it leads to them graduating and your missing that to. Just do us all a favor and control your temper and let the kids play the game. Im pretty sure you want to be there when we win championship.
I am a little concern about your over cheering of your child at games. Some parents have made some complaints about your loud cheering at the games.Can you please, in behalf of all the parents and myself can you lower your tone at the games.Also I would like to thank you one more time and I would like to say is great to see you root for our league.
But you have to understand we in courage our children to try there best not force them to win. The whole point of our children join these leagues is to learn some communication and interact with others. And it's really rude that you only cheer for your child you have to root to all the children they in the team as well.Please, be respectful and do not boo the other team and start using profanity when the other team is winning.
This message goes to all the parents who are loud and disruptive. A lot of yelling toward the children when they are playing may distract them and they won't conduct as well when playing.Thank you all parents who come and support our team. We'll take care and we will see you at the next game. :)
I have noticed you show up to all your sons games looking very enthusiastic. I'm glad to see that you're interested about your son's activities. I personally believe it's a good thing when parents get more involved in their kid's activities. I've been able to tell how much you care about your kid's game from the stands.
Sometimes you express your self to loudly. Some of the other parents are not comfortable with the some of your terms. This is a warning, if it continues you might be kicked out of the ball park. Please understand and cooperate , so we can all have a good game.
Dear Bla Bla,
I am concerned of the sportsmanship shown by some in the crowd :/ I would like to ask you to please tone it down a little. I'm just asking you not to put your son or any other payer down, not to use curse words or things like that. That just makes other players or your own son feel bad about themselves or each other which is not good for them. If you keep putting these children down they might not want to continue with playing this sport and loose a carrer opportunity. Mr. Bla I am sincerely asking you to please stop this so that the children could play the sport in peace and not with fear of the parents screaming bad things to them. If you want to scream something negative, first remember how you will feel if somebody screamed out "You f**kin looser!, You suck!," or even just "Get off the field!" I know you wouldn't like people screaming to you like that right, so please don't do it with our payers or opposers. If you sware, curse, or say anything offensive to any player I will feel forced to ask the security not to let in to any games. So I ask you to please not to offend our players or opposers, thank you.
P.S. if you would like to contact me here is my phone number
Dear, Parents your children are the kids we have and we would like it if you would support them when they play. I see that all the parents of the kids are only there cause your kids are there show a little faith in your children or something.
Your kids have worked their hardest to make it here. What if your son or daughter makes it to the real baseball league will you cheer for them then. Instead why not do it now. Everyone there roots, and cheers for other kids sons and their not even their parents.
Dear parents I do not appreciate you yelling to the referee from the stands. I do not approve that you should be telling the referee what calls to make. If this is action is kept up as a consequence I well have to kick your son (the best player) of the team. I hope you can comprehend with this subject.
Sincerely Coach Galindo
If I was a little Little League coach and was concerned about the poor sportsmanship shown by some of the parents of players. I have to write a letter to my players' parents, persuading them to tone their responses at games I would tell the that If they are not able to handle it that they can not come to any of the games. I think that some of the parents get to caught up in some of the Little League games and they end up showing no respect to the other people that are also there.
In the letter I would adress to them that they should not be using that kind of language infront of their children and in front of people because it is very rude to some people. I would also adress to them that if they keep on using foul language like that then their children may catch onto that and they may be wondering who is teaching them that when it is them. Also, I think when parents show poor sportsmanship it is very dumb because if there child is having fun who cares if they are winning or lossing, as long as they are happy that's all that has to matter.
I would also tell them that to not come at the referee wrong because he is only doing his job and he knows what he is doing. Parent should not be making a big scene just because they are mad and should not be yelling at their child, anyone else's child, the referee, or at other parents because it can cause them to not ever be able to come and see their own child play. I would also tell them that if they can not handle the Little League games as an adult that they will not be able to attend any games.
Dear Parents and athletes, winning is very important although team work and looking out for each other is more important Playing fair, following the rules of the game, and treating opponents with respect can make a huge difference.
Poor sportsmanship can not get us anywhere It just causes failure and everyone gets held back. I would encourage parents to teach their kids the true meaning of teamwork and sportsmanship.
Sportsmanship I guess is like trust, it is trust it takes time to build, and once that trust is strong enough it is hard to break, I would like to think that these athletes can trust each other, and work together
Hi im coach Rocha Vaz you guys are good at cheering but you need to tone it down please because some of the kids are getting mad at the parents that are swearing and just be come at the games so everybody can have fun and watch the game its just a game for little kids so chill out and have fun.
if you want to reach me call 555-567-4321 thanks.
Hello to all the parents of this Little League team. I would like to ask you all a favor coming from me myself. As I can see, some of the parents or family members get a little rowdy at they games and tend to say mean sometimes throughout the game. Well my concern is that this really does affect your children in many ways. If you put them down, they will remember and it will hurt their feelings. I don't in any way to put these little players down in any way. I want to encourage them in any and every way that I can but I need your help also. I am not asking for much but to be a little more encouraging at the games. I aslo don't want the parents or family members to put the other team down as well if we are doing good. you do not have to encourage the other team if you do not want to but please do not say mean things to these children. This is just a game for fun and we all want to have a good time. I thank you all for reading this and I really hope we can win our games and be more encouraging to the young players.
Sincerely, The Coach
I know you want best for your children and cheer them on any everything but there a line that you can't cross when it comes down to yelling and using bad language. Not all parents like hearing that and they have told me to ask if you can chill a little because there just kids and they make mistakes.
I personally believe it's a good thing when parents get more involved in their kid's activities. I've been able to tell how much you care about your kid's game from the stands. If you guys can tone down a little so we can do are job that will be perfect.
If you got any questions you can contact me to my cell phone number in the bottom. If you anybody wants to talk in person we are having practice on tuesday just pull me aside and I can answer any questions.
I was asked to let you know, that your behavior during the games isn't good. I understand you want your kids to win. The way your yelling and swearing isn't the business. Keep it down a little. It isn't good to talk like that around the kids. Yes we all want the best for them and we all want them to win. Cheering them on and yelling and swearing is a whole different story. We have nothing wrong with you cheering your team I mean we want that. It shows spirt.
If the next game we have the same issue we may have to kick you guys out. We don't want that to happen but this issue is very serious. Tone it down just a little. Think about the things you say before you say them. Bad language shouldn't be around these little kids. So like I said just tone it down a little or there you will have to deal with the consequences.
Sincerely, Coach. Yesenia Gonzalez
Some of you are not able to accept defeat. I don't know where this poor sportsmanship come from. You are smudging the nam and the integrity of tis team. I will not tolerate much longer.
I understand that you take a great intrest in your child's development. AsI said before I cannot tolerate your behavior if if continus I will be forced to eject from the game, every parent who behaves in this fashion.