GBA Contacts...

 
   2018 Gilmer Baseball Association Officers  
 
 President   Brian Wall       president@gilmerbaseball.org
 Vice-President   Cameron Pickitt   (318) 936-0094     vpres@gilmerbaseball.org
 2nd Vice-President   Billy Byrd       vpres@gilmerbaseball.org
 Secretary   Wendy Alexander   (903) 790-4822     secretary@gilmerbaseball.org
 Treasurer   Lanette Nugent   (903) 790-5026     treasurer@gilmerbaseball.org
 Co-Treasurer Heather Pickitt (903) 790-0919    
 Commissioner (6U)   Gabe Escalante   (903) 790-7040       tballcomm@gilmerbaseball.org
 Commissioner (8U)   Ben Lofton   (903) 241-2319     8ucomm@gilmerbaseball.org
 Commissioner (10U)   Chris Wigley   (817) 995-7999     10ucomm@gilmerbaseball.org
 Commissioner (12U)   Dell Tipton (903) 530-8595     12ucomm@gilmerbaseball.org
 Commissioner (14U)   John Erickson   (903) 918-9996     14ucomm@gilmerbaseball.org
       
 Umpire In Charge   Zac Hensley   (903) 841-3557       umpire@gilmerbaseball.org
       
 Member-At-Large   Dennis Despain   (903) 720-8055    
 Member-At-Large   Rodney Davis   (903) 790-0908      
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 Universal Contact         webmaster@gilmerbaseball.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
   GBA Philosophy...  
 
  Gilmer Baseball Association's primary objective is to firmly implant in the youth of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier children and will grow to be decent, healthy and trustworthy adults.
      Baseball is a recreational youth sports program to be enjoyed by all players in the program.
    Each child who wishes to play should be entitled to do so regardless of skill, gender, or economic circumstances.
    Through involvement in GBA, the player will have the opportunity to develop the fundamental skills of the game of baseball, learn sportsmanship, socialize with their peers, develop leadership qualities and actively participate as a valuable team member.
    Team achievement, in contrast to individual achievement, must ensure that personal identity and integrity are not sacrificed for winning.
    Praise and recognition are the most effective tools in inspiring an attitude of self-confidence which is key to development of the character of the individual.
    Good sportsmanship and courtesy are necessary for a harmonious and safe environment.
    The league personnel, parents, and all participants share the responsibility of making GBA a safe and wholesome activity.
    All players should leave the field feeling that their presence mattered, even if time was spent on the bench.
 
 
 
 

 

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