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May 13, 2007



ahhh I see the dilema...I have no good advice, except "there's no crying in baseball" does that apply to little league??? don't feel to badly, it IS a game...and like monoploy, if you're not paying attention to the game, you can't blame anyone but yourself if you don't collect rent :)


It's a horrible place to be in - but you did nothing wrong. If you lose a friend over this - did you really lose someone of quality? :/ Don't be too hard on yourself!

Yarn Thing

That totally sucks that you had to be put in a situation like that. But, a game is a game and if this other coach is any kind of friend he will realize that and life will go on!

You did the right thing. Really you did!



A true friend won't be lost over something like that. Besides, its not all about winning. It's about playing the game fairly and to the best of the teams ability. (Obviously your team ROCKS!!)


It should all be about having fun...and I agree with Kristie, a "true friend won't be lost over something like that." So don't worry. You did the right thing! :) HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!


You did the right thing! You tried to help them, it's too bad they can't see that. ((hugs))

Happy Mother's Day!



I can't wait til Sean plays little league!


ps- I agree, it's not all about winning, it's about having fun!


I definitely think you did the right thing--that's your job. You want your kids to see you being honest. And come to think of it, I'm sure they knew he was batting out of order, so don't you think they put you in the awkward situation? If he was upset by the loss and that calling that player out of order, then they knew they had something to gain by rearranging it. Just my 2 cents...

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