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Suggestions for a coach's bag

Jan 29, 2016
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Hello all, Hoping to get some suggestions for a coaching bag. I usually carry a 3 or 4 inch binder, 1 inch binder, magnetic clipboard, score book, spray chart book, link spider (mount for go pro), go pro in small case, hydroflask, glove, 20 pack of disc cones, small towel or two and some smaller misc. items (clicker, pitch counter, card for signals, etc.). I find that the normal backpack is getting full and is not very organized. Anybody found something they like that would work for this gear?

Thanks
 
Oct 2, 2011
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Hello all, Hoping to get some suggestions for a coaching bag. I usually carry a 3 or 4 inch binder, 1 inch binder, magnetic clipboard, score book, spray chart book, link spider (mount for go pro), go pro in small case, hydroflask, glove, 20 pack of disc cones, small towel or two and some smaller misc. items (clicker, pitch counter, card for signals, etc.). I find that the normal backpack is getting full and is not very organized. Anybody found something they like that would work for this gear?

Thanks
Some help from your assistant coaches would be the thing you most need. Stop doing it all yourself :)


Since that probably wont happen, I like the No Errors Coaches Bucket Sleeve. You put in a nice empty bucket and you can bring as much stuff as you want. Should fit everything above no problem. Even has a 'cooler' pocket on the side.

https://www.amazon.com/Coaches-Ball-Buddy-Baseball-Built/dp/B01BXBQVNO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547063063&sr=8-1&keywords=no+errors+coaches+bag



I used to bring that sort of stuff - now I am down to my glove, two bownets, buckets of balls, a tee and a smallish cooler for game days - which all go into my wagon:
https://www.amazon.com/WonderFold-Outdoor-Collapsible-Terrainv-Red/dp/B06XXQP817?ref_=bl_dp_s_web_17524407011
 
May 6, 2015
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no real ideas, but you should also carry first aid kit, and when I coached, I also carried a "port o pot" drawstring bag with wipes, hand sanitizer.
 
Jan 29, 2016
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Some help from your assistant coaches would be the thing you most need. Stop doing it all yourself :)


Since that probably wont happen, I like the No Errors Coaches Bucket Sleeve. You put in a nice empty bucket and you can bring as much stuff as you want. Should fit everything above no problem. Even has a 'cooler' pocket on the side.

https://www.amazon.com/Coaches-Ball-Buddy-Baseball-Built/dp/B01BXBQVNO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547063063&sr=8-1&keywords=no+errors+coaches+bag



I used to bring that sort of stuff - now I am down to my glove, two bownets, buckets of balls, a tee and a smallish cooler for game days - which all go into my wagon:
https://www.amazon.com/WonderFold-Outdoor-Collapsible-Terrainv-Red/dp/B06XXQP817?ref_=bl_dp_s_web_17524407011
I agree about the assistant coach statement, but when i have it in my bag i know it will get where it needs to get. I was just looking at the No Errors bags today. The bucket bag did seem like a good solution. This is all in addition to the 2 nets, 2 buckets of balls, 1 bucket of wiffles (sometimes), tee and radio that goes in the wagon. I tend to over pack. LOL.
 
Jul 16, 2013
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I typically use a combination of things. I have a backpack that stores all of the team info such as rosters, score book, score cards, and other misc. paperwork and supplies, including the first aid kit. I have a bucket with a sleeve (as marriard suggested) that stores a dozen balls, some wiffles, and my glove. I then also carry a bownet. Works good... Pack on my back, bucket in one hand, and bownet in the other hand.
 
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