Lisa Flowerree Bigon
Those are some trashy parents and I feel really sorry for their kids. They will have to learn respect, good sportsmanship and integrity from either neighbors or teachers because there’s no way they’ll be taught those traits at home.
Laci Fortner Bryan
The Little League pledge: I trust in God. I love my country and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win. But win or lose I will always do my best.
Patricia Seis Bendiciones
We as parents should be a good example. What are we showing our kids when we are violent? And then we ask why are there so many teens who are violent these days? Go figure. My daughter was in basketball, they were playing against Bay City. Group B did well but Group A, from Bay City, started screaming and saying bad words to the referee (or whatever you call that person). So C-BISD is no longer playing against Bay City. Like I said parents have to be a good example.
Pete Cat Hethcock
If a parent enters the field of play, that parent should be banned from attending any games and their child suspended for one game to teach them even parents are liable for their actions. A harsh lesson but necessary.
Your kid isn’t going to make the big leagues anyway.
Even if they were going to make it big one day, it wont be on the Little League fields.
This video doesn’t show the present lady holding a bat repeatedly saying expletives.
Self-control: It’s an important attribute that is often looked at as a weakness these days, along with sanity.
This reminds me of that episode of South Park where Randy gets in a fight at all of Stan’s Little League games.
Karen Lowrie Bentley
Ban the parents and the coaches.