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Bay Area Baseball Proposal Here’s a rough draft of what I propose. I would run Bay Area Baseball as my full time job. I would start small. 2 clubs teams from Nov 2009 to August 2010. The 2 teams would be 1 13u team and 1 14u team. Both teams goals would be to have 14 players on it. I would be the Head Coach of both teams. I would have 1 paid assistant for both teams. (Please see budget attached) September 2010 evaluate if we want to expand or not. Expand slowly. I would be the Director Of Baseball and you would be the Director of the Board/President. For the first year, I would receive 55% of what the players paid as my salary. Instead of making it a set amount, 55% makes it feasible in the sense if we give any scholarships or kids don’t end up paying, etc. Starting in September 2010, you and I would evaluate how we want to expand or not and if the budget allowed me to have a set salary to be the Director Of Baseball, and coaching would be a separate pay. I would run classes, clinics, and lessons separately of Bay Area Baseball from my CoachLisle.com and we would have tabs on the website for “instruction” and that would direct them to CoachLisle.com We would run BAB camps during spring break, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Summer. I would run them and hire some coaches. We would have a payscale setup We would also run some camps where all the profit would go to me as a salary after paying bills and coaches. A % would go into the general fund as well. Cost for players: We would charge $250 fees a month which includes tournament fees. They would get 1 tournament per month, 2 weekends of games, and 1 weekend off per month. They would be required to pay first and last month fees when they signup and possibly setup an “autopay” feature. They would also pay $180 uniform fee. With that they will get 2 jerseys, 1 hat, 1 pants, 1 shirt, 1 helmet.…...

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