Re: If this were your son (Jr. Baseball)
As a parent, you want to put your child in the most successful situation they can be in. If that means moving him to another team, away from kids he's played with since he started, then that's what it means. It does him no good to return to this team if he's not going to get a fair shot to play other positions, or not be taught how to improve. Look for signs from him that he wants to improve, though. Most of the kids his age will ask you to help them learn, if they really want to. You said that he wanted to play high school baseball, so I'm assuming he's told you, and also feels himself, that he needs to improve to make that goal a reality. Talk to him. Ask him what he thinks he needs to improve. Ask him about his current team and his role. Ask him if he thinks he can achieve his goals by staying on that team. Communication is a key factor here with a kid this age. Don't guess what he wants, let him tell you and then you do your best to help him achieve his goal.
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