Coaches Caravan Continues on Through the Comox Valley
Though riddled with a bout of heavy rain, this didn’t stop the players, parents & coaches of the Comox Valley from making the most of their stop on the BC Baseball Coaches Caravan tour. Fighting through the weather, the kids of were both attentive and excited to learn, improve & develop their skills and abilities in the game of Baseball.
Here is what the Coaches Caravan had to say:
“What a great turn out by the Comox association in constant rain. It shows the commitment and dedication of the league, parents, coaches and players for being out there through all the rain and really enjoying it. The kids were very attentive and were so excited about being at the camp. The parents and coaches were there the whole time listening and watching each station. Keep up the great work at Comox.
We discussed with the parents two important points. One, let kids the play the game on their own and do not try and coach them during games or practices. If you are working with them at home that is a good time to do some coaching. Also, let them be responsible by packing their own equipment bag, carry their own bags and if they forget something then they are responsible, that is how they learn.
We talked to several parents and players who said they have been there for 4 years and are always learning something to help them have fun and develop their baseball skills. We even had a player say that he watches coach Caliendo’s baseball instructional DVDS. The kids really did a great job and you can see the passion they have for the game. Special thanks to the BC Baseball Coaches for keeping up their excitement and dedication through 3 straight hours of rain. "
- Grant Rimer, Orville Germaine, Michael Dagg and Peter Caliendo.
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