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2 Contact Information      

3 Introduction of Coaches  Seth Rhine - Head Varsity Coach  Jed Hixson – Varsity Assistant  Bryan Tolbert – Varsity Assistant  Rob Blair – Head JV and Varsity Asst.  Mac Bradbury – Head 9 th grade coach  Tim Maloney – Asst. to all levels

4 What you can expect from us?  A positive influence  Our goal is to provide a positive overall experience  Quality and constant coaching  Professional behavior around players, other teams, and parents  Commitment to your sons, Grayson HS, and our program

5 What we expect from our players?  Commitment to our program  A desire to be a part of something more important than a single player  Be proud of Grayson Baseball  Always “wearing” and representing Grayson Baseball  Be on time and ready to work every day  Represent the attitude and behavior that reflects well on the program and school

6 Expectations for Parents  We must have 1 of 3 things from the parents  1 – Your effort and energies  2 – Your financial contributions  3 – Your contacts within the communities  If you cannot provide all 3, specializing in one is perfectly fine

7 Goals: This year and Beyond This Year  Compete for region championship  Secure a 8 th consecutive playoff berth  Show continuous improvement  Continue the success of our younger programs Beyond  Continue the progress towards a championship program  Continue to make baseball a source of pride

8 “Serious Stuff”  Bats – must be minus 3 differential  BESR certified  Strongly encourage wooden (composite) bats for practice  Physicals-- must have before one can tryout  Shoes-- don’t purchase before you make the team  Spring Break  All levels play region games that week  IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BE HERE DURING SPRING BREAK, DO NOT TRYOUT!!!

9 Upcoming Dates of Interest  Jan. 23 rd (Saturday) – Field workday  9:00am start, parents and players  February 1 st through 13 th - tryouts  February 16 th – “Meet the Rams” night  Booster club dues, food, and merchandise  Feb. 23 rd – Varsity hosting Loganville 5:30pm  Feb. 25 th – JV Heritage  Feb. 25 th – 9 th grade Heritage

10 TRYOUT INFORMATION  February 1 st  Cuts will be made by Feb. 13 th and throughout the two week period  First couple of days will include data collection  Skill level will be evaluated from day 1

11 If I make the team, what’s next?  Time commitment  Monday through Saturday  Generally 2:30 to 6:30 for practices  No spring breaks  Summer baseball is huge  Financial commitment (or access to funds)  Each family is going to be asked to raise $525 per player through donations or sponsorship letters  Each family is going to be asked to sell one sponsor board  “Rent a Ram” fundraiser

12 Workday Information  Saturday, January 23 9:00am  Purpose of workday  Finish many of the small improvements  Move lots of dirt!!!  Clean and beautify surrounding areas  Get facilities ready for tryouts and opening day  What we need on the workday  Lots of shovels, wheel-barrows, people, and job specific materials (depends on the task)

13 How can we get this done?  Support of community and parents  Money, time, resources are just the beginning  Merchandise  Financial means  Best way is the free way (donations)  Fundraisers  Sponsor Boards Throw-a- thon  Booster club dues

14 Between now and Feb. 1 st  Throw and throw and throw  Not enough time to get arms into shape if you start at tryouts  Hit, mainly T work, soft-toss, and cages  Tryout time is limited  Be in shape  At least be able to make it around field  Understand what is at stake


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