After you've registered your child your next step will depend on whether you already have a team or not. If you already are on a team, all further communication should be with your team's coach or team parent.
If you aren't already on a team, we will do everything we can to place your child on a team. You can also search for a team for your child through searching for Baseball Groups on Facebook and post that you are looking for a team or searching through posts in the forums on www.oklahomaball.com.
Our age group coordinators will attempt to place your child on either an established team or a new team. Either way you can expect to have team fees that will pay for things like tournaments and equipment. You can also expect to have a cost for uniforms. Those are all done through the team, some teams do fundraisers and some teams just pay out of pocket. Every team is different.
Every season we have a couple of age groups where we have plenty of kids sign up to form a new team but we can't find a coach for that team. If you are asked, please consider coaching a team so those kids can play ball. Even if you know nothing about baseball there are plenty of resources to help you learn enough to coach a youth team, including your age-group coordinator, YouTube videos and books you can borrow from the library.
In any case, thank you for registering your child with MYBA and we hope it's the best possible experience for you and your child!
Parents can play many roles in sport: current or former athlete, coach, fan, motivator, role model or critic. A few studies have shown that family members may influence an athlete’s involvement and achievement in sport more than coaches. Parents also are the first and most critical agents at socializing sports.
Parents and athletes need to manage their SportsEngine accounts to ensure they get the most out of their Moore Youth Baseball Association experience during each sporting season. With their accounts properly configured, athletes and their families will receive communications according to their preferences and be able to complete registrations more efficiently. SportsEngine has created a Team Management Guide for Parents and Athletes that will help our members with frequently asked questions about our website and mobile app.
Keep connected to your team(s). Get schedules and team updates for every athlete in the house, plus a way to message other members on your team and a way to give coaches a heads up about practice. Enjoy unlimited access to scores & stats, photo/video sharing, and more.
In many instances, more than one parent or guardian needs to be in the loop with a child's sports life. Using the mobile app, you can add additional guardians to an account. Guardians can 1) View games and events 2) RSVP to games and events 3) Send and receive messages to coaches and team members 4) participate in team chat
Once you've created your account, add your mobile phone so you can receive text messages from your team manager or coach.
Now that you have your mobile phone on your account, make sure you enable text messaging and any other notifications.
Are you a family friend, grandparent or fan that wants to follow a specific team on the SportsEngine platform? Here is a quick guide to follow teams on the mobile app.
Do you need a second parent, other family member or nanny to get messages about schedule changes or game times? Add a second email address to forward all communications.
Do you need to send a question to your team manager or another parent about a ride? Follow these instructions on how to send messages using the mobile app.
Coaches and team managers need to know if you are going to able to attend a game or practice. You can easily RSVP using the mobile application.
Is your team using SportsEngine Team Management to manage RSVPs, schedules, and communication? This article will provide you with everything you need to know for a successful season!
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