3 Reasons Your Baseball Team Will Love TeamSnap
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The outfield grass glistens, the sun shines, and the crack of the bat carries on the wind. That means one thing, folks: Baseball is back!
Whether youâ€™re just starting spring training or already back in the swing of things (no pun intended), TeamSnap can make your awesome baseball season even awesomer. Hereâ€™s how:
Set Your Lineup with TeamSnap Assignments
Baseball coaches want an easy and quick way to set their lineups. Paper works fine, but unless you overnight ship your lineup card to everyone, your players wonâ€™t know when theyâ€™re hitting until the next day. And youâ€™ll be broke, because overnight shipping is expensive.
This season, try using TeamSnap Assignments instead. You can set your lineup in seconds with our web or mobile app, then adjust the order on the web whenever you need. Plus, once your lineupâ€™s finalized, just click â€œSend Invitesâ€ to notify the whole team via push notification or email.
Keep Everyone Updated with TeamSnap Live!
Baseball players play a lot of games, which means parents probably wonâ€™t be able to make them all. The good news is, with TeamSnap Live!, you can feel like youâ€™re at the game, even when youâ€™re not.
TeamSnap Live! is sort of like a personal chat room just for your team. With it, parents can post live game photos and update scores in real time. Plus, they can add text commentary about whatâ€™s happening. Itâ€™s the best way to be there when you canâ€™t be there (and itâ€™s free with our free mobile app!).
Trust Your Schedule to TeamSnap
Our Schedule tab holds all the info your baseball team needs. Easily record who youâ€™re playing, where youâ€™re playing, when youâ€™re playing and more. Plus, if you ever need to change any details, the app sends a notificationÂ to the whole team letting them know.
Does TeamSnap sound right for your baseball team? Get started with our free 21-day trial today!
Kyle Massa is the content associate manager at TeamSnap. Outside of work, you can find him writing, reading and playing guitar for his cats.