Here are some links to sites that have been identified as excellent resources for managers and coaches.
Outstanding instructional program and resources! Al Price (Big Al) has presented training to over 120,000 coaches and managers and over 50,000 players around the world. The training materials he has co-authored have been used by over 1 million coaches, managers, players and their parents.
WebBall celebrates over 12 years of service to baseball players of all ages and coaches of all experience levels. We have tips for hitting & pitching mechanics, infield-outfield drills, coaching strategies, physical & mental training, and more.
A free resource committed to helping you quickly find useful information on drills, practice organization, game strategy, baseball fundamentals, and other subjects of interest to the youth baseball coach, parent, or fan.
Kudda is the #1 free sports resource aimed at coaches, players and parents. Kudda has thousands of training videos for baseball, basketball, boys lacrosse, coaches wisdom, first-aid, fitness, football, girls lacrosse, golf, juggling, physical education, soccer, softball, volleyball, and wrestling. Kudda has the best coaches explaining the fundamentals, drills and plays that any coach can learn and apply to their teams immediately.
Quality Coaching Baseball provides baseball instruction, baseball drills, coaching philosophy, and other information for youth baseball coaches, players, and parents who want to learn more about playing and coaching baseball.
"Your ultimate source for unique, fun & effective softball drills".
12 things you really need to know about coaching Teeball
The first-ever, instructional deck of cards designed by coaches for coaches. Shuffle through 52 color-coded drills that teach valuable fundamentals, while leaving in the "fun." Whether you’re a novice or veteran, in charge of the team, or just working with the "future superstar" in the backyard, A Perfect Practice is in the Cards, with CoachDeck™.
The new BBSAOnline.com site is a powerful communication tool that can be utilized not only by parents looking for their kids next game date, but as a powerful tool in managing your and communicating your team. Learn how by reading the "BBSA Team Manager Training Document". BBSA has created a new manual that steps Team Managers through our website to show you how to:
- Understanding the different passwords needed for the websites
- Manage and update your contact info
- How to log-in as a manager
- Accessing your team page
- Post a bulletin on the team page
- Add game results and stats
- Rosters and member information
- Upload Pictures and Add Documents
- Posting a general event
The manual can be found here, or in the lower section of the Hey Coach page under Documents. If you would like anything else added to the manual that we missed, just contact the