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Miracle League of the South Hills

Coaching Opportunities

Coaching Opportunities

Do you have an hour or so to spare each week in the spring or fall? No angry competition. Just fun! You don’t have to know much about baseball. You just need a heart for the players and a compassionate, enthusiastic spirit. It’s the most rewarding coaching experience you’ll ever have.   The season typically has approximately 18-20 teams and each team needs 2-3 coaches. 

Interested in being a coach?

(Registration Currently Not Open)


Questions about being a coach? Email our Director at
info@miracleleaguesouthills.org.
*Clearances Required

Here's what you need to know:

Coaches (1-2 hours a week during the season)

  • Insure a safe playing environment.
  • A Coach is an important volunteer position in the Miracle League. It is probably one of the most rewarding, too.
  • Each team will have one  Head Coach.
  • A Manager is responsible for all aspects of their team to include communicating to parents, players, and team volunteers.
  • The two Coaches during the game are responsible for everything that happens inside of the fence on the field.
  • All Coaches must pass a criminal background and child abuse background check.
  • Coordinate team activities with the coaching staff and maintain contact with players and families.
  • Insure that each player receives a uniform.
  • Communicate concerns regarding specific players to the League officials.
  • Manage team equipment and insures its arrival before each game.
  • Provide copies of team line-up to umpire and announcer before each game.
  • Make sure players have the opportunity to learn new skills. Keep up the team spirit.
  • Pitch

Assistant Coach (1-2 hours a week during the season)

  • Insure a safe playing environment.
  • Responsible for coordinating all aspects and activities for the Buddies assigned to a team and communicating with the Buddies.
  • Insure that each player has an assigned Buddy if required by the league.
  • Each team will be assigned more Buddies than players to allow for schedule conflicts.
  • Determine if there are “extra buddies” attending each game and assign meaningful tasks/volunteering (Umping, bat boy, dugout clean up, etc.)
  • Contact their Buddies before a game is played to determine who will be at the game to make sure players are covered.