So I'm at an 14U ASA class B tournament. Third and last game of the day, we are on the 'main field' of a 3 field complex. The dugouts are a long way from the plate, they start at about 55' up the baseline. My catcher has to look through the field fence at an angle and the dugout fence to see me sitting on my bucket calling pitches. I ask the plate ump if I can sit inside the fence but, as expected, he says no. But he tells me if want to get closer I can go outside the field fence, which is fine. After the 3rd inning he comes over and tells me that the umpire in chief, who is sitting under an umbrella in the shade at the concession stand saw me and that now I have to call pitches from the dugout. My first question is whether or not there is a rule that addresses this situation.? Secondly, can I give the signals to a parent who can relay them to the catcher? We are back at this complex tomorrow with a 1 in 3 chance of having to play on this field so I'm looking for a solution. The other team was using verbal signals with wrist bands so it wasn't a problem for them. I am wondering what the other teams who played on this field did. I'm also thinking of stepping out of the dugout onto the field, giving the signal, then ducking back inside.