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baseball dad

White Oak, TX

#1 May 14, 2013
Good ol Bill Sanders and company are at it again... not all the 13 yr old all star ballots are in andtwo of the all star coach's kids in his regular season team are telling the boys at school whose made the all-stars. Brian Perry theplayer agent of that league saId it wasn't true but I'll bet the farm the exact ones whose name were said will go.... why am i not surprised???
I bet

Texarkana, TX

#2 May 14, 2013
If you'd get more involved, your kid would be picked. That's how it goes. The coach's kids make it to all-stars and that's it.
Roscoe

Whitney, TX

#3 May 14, 2013
That's why u play select ball and cut that crap out get a team together and go play elsewhere.
micky mouse

Paris, TX

#4 May 14, 2013
come see me u will have more fun
Willis

Haslet, TX

#5 May 14, 2013
baseball dad wrote:
Good ol Bill Sanders and company are at it again... not all the 13 yr old all star ballots are in andtwo of the all star coach's kids in his regular season team are telling the boys at school whose made the all-stars. Brian Perry theplayer agent of that league saId it wasn't true but I'll bet the farm the exact ones whose name were said will go.... why am i not surprised???
Bet one kids name is Roberts huh. Heard the same thing from my kid.
tootiebootie

De Kalb, TX

#6 May 15, 2013
it's a shame that Woodall is the way it is...If someone could just oust Bill Sanders I think things would be a lot better.
URChosen

Paris, TX

#7 May 15, 2013
tootiebootie wrote:
it's a shame that Woodall is the way it is...If someone could just oust Bill Sanders I think things would be a lot better.
U R Chosen to take his place. Thanks for volunteering. See ya at the ballpark 50+ hrs a week. Oh that's right. People would rather bitch and sit on their asses rather than do the actual work involved.
All Star

Paris, TX

#8 May 15, 2013
Yes i made the all stars!
Willis wrote:
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Bet one kids name is Roberts huh. Heard the same thing from my kid.
wildcat

Haslet, TX

#9 May 15, 2013
URChosen wrote:
<quoted text>U R Chosen to take his place. Thanks for volunteering. See ya at the ballpark 50+ hrs a week. Oh that's right. People would rather bitch and sit on their asses rather than do the actual work involved.
There have been alot of good upstanding people step up willing to take that program on their shoulders but Bill won't leave! Matter of fact he runs the good help off with his poor judgement and lack of common sense! Just look at the retards like Perry who are Bills little cronies! They can't make there own decisions about anything without having to ask daddy Bill! Why do you think select ball is in such high demand around here?
baseball dad

De Kalb, TX

#10 May 15, 2013
URChosen wrote:
<quoted text>U R Chosen to take his place. Thanks for volunteering. See ya at the ballpark 50+ hrs a week. Oh that's right. People would rather bitch and sit on their asses rather than do the actual work involved.
excuse me but we did until we got sick off the [email protected] The more you did the crappier they did you. My child did not play well enough to go to all-stars so my grip is not with that but with the fact that the ballots have not all been turned in and kids are all telling who"made"all-stars at school
URChosen

Paris, TX

#11 May 15, 2013
wildcat wrote:
<quoted text> There have been alot of good upstanding people step up willing to take that program on their shoulders but Bill won't leave! Matter of fact he runs the good help off with his poor judgement and lack of common sense! Just look at the retards like Perry who are Bills little cronies! They can't make there own decisions about anything without having to ask daddy Bill! Why do you think select ball is in such high demand around here?
Name one who wants to take the program over completely.
anon

Paris, TX

#12 May 15, 2013
generally speaking, sons of coaches tend to be the better players. they tend to put a lot more time in. when i played out there, the kids that had fathers for coaches practiced 6 or 7 days a week.

obviously politics come into play a little, no denying that.

and those talking about joining select teams - yes, they're great. a ton of fun. but if you just round up a bunch of friends just to play ball with friends, you're going to get crushed at those tournaments, and that's no fun.
wildcat

Haslet, TX

#13 May 15, 2013
URChosen wrote:
<quoted text>Name one who wants to take the program over completely.
Brandy Draper! There moron, there's you a name. I can name 15-20 ppl that have joined the optimist club to get involved at Woodall but see how it works and quit. Why do yall have to beg for help year after year? Because everyone's tired of the BS. Only folks ya'll can sucker in are the weak minded, yes Bill fools like the before mentioned B Perry and a few new folks that are just starting T-ball and don't realize how it works but they don't stay long.
Facts

United States

#14 May 15, 2013
My son earns his spot on all stars with his effort on the field. His dad doesn't coach. He has a reputation for being coachable, for showing up early, working on his weaknesses and being a team player. When he's not playing baseball, he's watching it or watching videos to improve his skills. He does these things not because he has to, or because we demand it, but because he truly loves the game. In his case, that has been rewarded.

I do know that some solid players are overlooked. I'm sure there are political issues that I am not aware of. But I also believe that if a player stands out, he is not ignored.

Just make sure it's your son, not you, that wants to continue play at the Tournament level.
URChosen

Paris, TX

#15 May 15, 2013
wildcat wrote:
<quoted text> Brandy Draper! There moron, there's you a name. I can name 15-20 ppl that have joined the optimist club to get involved at Woodall but see how it works and quit. Why do yall have to beg for help year after year? Because everyone's tired of the BS. Only folks ya'll can sucker in are the weak minded, yes Bill fools like the before mentioned B Perry and a few new folks that are just starting T-ball and don't realize how it works but they don't stay long.
They don't stay long when they realize the work it requires. BTW I'm not an optimist member dumb ass. I do know they are looking for younger people to take over. No one wants to actually do it. They talk a big game but when it comes time to be there every night no one else wants to take the time. Maybe they can call Brandy.
wildcat

Haslet, TX

#16 May 15, 2013
Facts wrote:
My son earns his spot on all stars with his effort on the field. His dad doesn't coach. He has a reputation for being coachable, for showing up early, working on his weaknesses and being a team player. When he's not playing baseball, he's watching it or watching videos to improve his skills. He does these things not because he has to, or because we demand it, but because he truly loves the game. In his case, that has been rewarded.

I do know that some solid players are overlooked. I'm sure there are political issues that I am not aware of. But I also believe that if a player stands out, he is not ignored.

Just make sure it's your son, not you, that wants to continue play at the Tournament level.
Some in fact do. They're not all coaches kids.
just saying

Grapevine, TX

#17 May 15, 2013
Not all coaches have kids on their team. Some coaches do it because they love the game and want to pass the gift they were given forward. You dont have to like Bill Sanders but he gives tirelessly to this program. If you dont like the system then do something to change it.
huh

Paris, TX

#18 May 16, 2013
Of course coaches' kids will make all-stars cause how many coaches would go thru the trouble of coaching all-stars with their kid sitting in the stands. Is it right, no but it's been happening forever and will continue to happen. And yes I am sure you would say "well I wouldn't pick my kid if they didn't deserve it" as I am sure many of them had said but when it actually comes down to it are you going to leave your child at home to spend hours coaching and traveling with other kids?
baseball dad

De Kalb, TX

#19 May 16, 2013
just saying wrote:
Not all coaches have kids on their team. Some coaches do it because they love the game and want to pass the gift they were given forward. You dont have to like Bill Sanders but he gives tirelessly to this program. If you dont like the system then do something to change it.
apparently you've never been apart of Woodall before..
Coaches wife

Clarksville, TX

#20 May 16, 2013
baseball dad wrote:
<quoted text> apparently you've never been apart of Woodall before..
Apparently you aren't aware of all goings on at Woodall. If you were you would know that there is a team coached by 3 guys who don't have kids out there at all. They do love the game and want to give back to that community out there because they were once part of it. I would know because my husband is the head coach and we have a 15 month old little boy. We are out there 2-3 nights a week supporting those kids. Believe it or not there are still some good people in the world. It seems to be incredibly easy for you to sit back and judge this program when I would be willing to bet you haven't dedicated half the time some of the people you are attempting to call out have. It was so easy for you to take to topix and judge people when you have very little knowledge of the situation.

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