Coaching and Support Documents

The following forms and documents are used by Managers and Coaches

Coaching Application

To fill out a coaching application - please visit out Coaches Area of the website.

The application is usually available within a week of registration opening the October / November time frame.

Note: You MUST fill out a Volunteer Application before submitting a Coaching Application. You will need to provide your Volunteer Application Entry Number to complete the coaching application.

Pitching Eligibility Form

Use the Pitching Eligibility Form to record pitch counts for every game. With signatures gathered - this is your proof of pitch counts and days rest for your pitchers.

Use of the Big Time Coach Pitch Count app is authorized as a replacement for the Pitch Count Log.

Big Time Coach Situation Game

Game situations with cut-offs used at our High School.

Little League Bat Rules

Review Little League Bat Rules prior to first game to ensure illegal bats are not used in a game. Use of an illegal bat in a game will result in the immediate ejection of one Coach after the first incident.

Emergency Dispatch Number - Not 911

Calling ‘911’ on your cellular phone anywhere in the Bay Area usually connects you to the CHP (Highway Patrol) regional dispatch center in Vallejo.  Waiting times can be lengthy to reach a CHP dispatcher, who will then have to transfer your call back to a local agency’s emergency dispatch center.  Instead, pre-program the local seven-digit emergency number for Benicia and dial it directly in an emergency.

Benicia Police/Fire Dispatch: (707) 745-3411

Game Planning

Game Planning Sheets (excel) use to great game plans. There are three types:

  • 6-Inning Game Plan (Majors / Minors)
  • 7-Inning Game Plan (Juniors / Seniors / Big League)
  • Random Order and Position Planner (T-Ball / Farms)

Note: all game planning functions are also available in the Big Time Coaching apps. See our apps section for more information.

Scorekeeping Documents

Documentation to help scorekeepers