If you are new to my page or new to baseball in general, please read my 15 THINGS I WISH I KNEW AS A FIRST-TIME BASEBALL MOM. After writing that lengthy post, I decided to give my travel baseball tips separately since recreational baseball and travel baseball really are two different animals.
My top 10 Travel Baseball Tips for New Travel Baseball Moms:
Let's break down each one of these tips into more detail:
I hope you found this post helpful.
We are entering our third season of travel ball, and I am still
learning all the ins and outs.
One other tip I did not mention is to never burn bridges.
You never know when your player may play with a former teammate
or coach again, and keeping options open
for your child will always be in his best interest. Baseball really is like family.
We all have a crazy Uncle Larry (sorry to any Larrys out there),
but we still love Uncle Larry if he has the team's and the
players' best interests at heart.
*** Disclaimer: I did not mention the First Aid Kit that I have stocked and loaded since I'm the team nurse / NP. I may do an entire post on it since I have tweaked those supplies MANY times during our 11-12 seasons of baseball now!
Some of the other basics like sunscreen, sunglasses, chairs, tents, blankets, umbrellas, etc are all covered in my original post "15 beginner baseball mom must-knows"