Senior night is a memorable evening for any baseball player in college or high school. This special night is usually held on the evening of the last home game of the year for a particular team. Making senior night special is a way of thanking the players and parents for their commitment and hard work over the previous years.
Each senior baseball player should have his name announced, and he should walk to the pitchers mound while his individual accomplishments are being announced. Announcing a player's career accomplishments is a good way of communicating to everyone in attendance the impact the player had on the program. If the senior baseball player does not have noteworthy individual statistics, other facts such as his value as a teammate can be announced.
Announce the names of the parents or guardians of the player. The parents can walk out to join their son on the field. While announcing the names of the parents, it is important to mention any other children that they have as well as contributions that they have made to the program. Contributions could range from financial help to never missing a home game in four years or driving other players home from practice.
Present gifts to the player and the parents after their names have been announced. Good gifts for parents would include flowers for the mother and a picture for the father. A good senior night gift for the player would be a signed baseball by all of the other players on the team.
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