“My neighbor’s kid plays on the same team as my 9-year-old son. They’re good friends and we carpool together a lot. We’ve known the family a long time and they’re really nice people. The dad is pretty intense on the ball field. And the boy always asks to ride home with us after every tournament to avoid his dad going over every play and what he needs to work on. I don’t mind the kid riding with us, but should I tell the dad that he needs to cool it with the post game analysis? If yes, what would you say to him if you were me?”
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–Which bat models are allowed for play at Dreams Park?
–Why your player should bring a swimsuit to Dreams Park even if he/she isn’t planning to swim?
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–If Dreams Park concession stands accept credit/debit cards?
–What happens at the opening ceremony skills competitions?
–Which uniform elements are provided by Dreams Park and which ones you have to bring?
–If you should bring your ball field chairs from home?
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