Re: If this were your son (Jr. Baseball)
Have him attend some clinics offered through area colleges, they are usually open to all ages.
It might be worth discussing your concerns with the league board of directors. I was a board member for 6 years on my local little league board. Is your league "little league" affiliated? I have seen many youth leagues that are lacking in many areas, some are too competitive for the younger aged kids while others are the type that just promote the coaches kids and leave the team concept far behind. Little league is not perfect but it does tend to try and find some balance between competition and equal opportunity for all participants. Of coarse much of that still depends on the coaches and how the league management enforces it's objectives.
Another issue worth exploring is the leagues' pitching rules. Most leagues have an innings per week limit or an actual pitch count per game limit like little league has adopted. Either rule should make it very difficult for just one or two kids to pitch most of the games. So many pitches or innings required a certain amount of rest days. When I coached I often used 5 or 6 kids a week, we played 3 times a week.
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