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Fall Ball 2015


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Players age on May 1st *

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Slammers Baseball Club - Consent Form

This policy letter from the Slammers Baseball Organization Board of Directors states the requirements for conduct by ALL people involved with SBC as well. It is the responsibility of all managers, coaches, umpires, league officials, parents, fans and players to understand what is expected of them.

Our guiding principles are the following: Official Regulations and Playing Rules, and policies of the P.O.N.Y. League Baseball organization, specifically, regulation – Also, all local rules and policies as defined by the Slammers Baseball Club Board of Directors and our mission statement.

          Treat opponents with respect; shake hands after each game.
          Respect the umpires and abide by the rules of the game.
          Accept the responsibility of representing your team & the league by displaying positive behavior at all times.
          Always show good sportsmanship during and after the game.
          Set the example for the children, parents and fans to follow.
          Respect the umpires at all times.
          Treat opposing players, managers, coaches, parents and fans with respect.
          Continually instruct players in sportsmanship and demand it at all times.
          All spectators should encourage players and never criticize players, managers, coaches or umpires.
          All spectators should stay back from the dugout and not interact with players at any time during warm ups or games         
          At any time a parent or spectator has issue with coaching, umpire calls or players, comments should be directed to the division director or player agent after the game and away from others.

Mission Statement

SBC will promote, equip, govern, and sponsor an environment that supports youth baseball players who are truly interested in playing real baseball and encourage players to become successful (a successful player is defined as one who does their best throughout the season). Coaches will strive to prepare these players to compete at each level of their baseball age group through proper skills development, understanding of game situations and play, teach character and foster self-motivation. Honor and respect of the game, those playing, coaching, observing and umpiring will be emphasized

Medical Release

I, the parent or guardian of the named registered child, hereby gives approval for his/her participation in any and all activities of San Ramon Baseball during the current season. I hereby release and hold harmless from any and all liability or claims for damage or injury to person or property of the named child arising from or due to participation in said activity by reason of any act or omission caused by the City of San Ramon, San Ramon Baseball, or any of their officers, sponsors, or supervisors, or conditions of the property. I likewise release from any responsibility any person transporting my child/children to or from these activities. More specifically, I understand that participation in sports activity entails risk of personal injury and I knowingly assume that risk in consideration for the opportunity to participate in the program. I further agree to return at the end of the season any equipment issued to my child in as good of condition as when it was received, except for normal wear and tear. I agree to pay for any equipment not returned at the procurement cost listed with San Ramon Baseball. It is mandatory that San Ramon Baseball have a signed Authorization for Emergency Medical treatment for your child and your clearance that the player is in satisfactory physical condition to play baseball. If your child has not had a recent physical examination, or if there is any doubt about physical capabilities or abilities, we urge you to have an examination to ensure your child is physically able to participate.

In the event of an injury or sickness occurs in the course of San Ramon Baseball activities, I hereby authorize officials of San Ramon Baseball to administer first aid and if necessary to transport my child to a duly licensed physician or hospital. I would prefer the physician below be called, however if or when this is not possible, I authorize any authorized physician to administer emergency treatment.

Preferred Physician or Hospital *

If your child has a medical condition that you wish brought to the attention of the manager or coach, such that they will be aware of any potential symptoms and the appropriate response please indicate here: *

In the event the Parent or Guardian cannot be reached in an emergency situation, the following person should be contacted on my behalf: Contact Name - Relationship- Contact # *

I understand and acknowledge by signing below to abide by the guidelines of the San Ramon Baseball code of conduct, that there are no refunds once a child has completed tryouts and has been assigned to a team. If there are any requests for placement with another child, for a specific coach or any other requests, please indicate below. San Ramon Baseball will try to honor your requests, however there are no guarantees.

Slammers Baseball Club requests that all participating players do not play in other baseball leagues during the season associated with this registration. We reserve the right to remove players found to be playing other baseball leagues from the SBC roster. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN.



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