No matter if this is your first game or you have been coming to see the Copperheads for years, people often wonder what it takes to run a team. Now is your opportunity to find out first hand ÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ volunteer at a game.
There are many opportunities to volunteer such as singing or playing the National Anthem; helping with activities for the kids between innings; being involved with ticket or souvenir sales; helping with birthday parties; serving as a bat boy or girl; or hosting a player for the summer. The opportunities are limitless. All you have to do is ask. So sign up today to become part of the Copperhead Team.
Host A Player
As a member of the Coastal Plain League, all of the Copperhead players are student-athletes, currently enrolled in college and participating in college baseball. All Coastal Plain League players are unpaid and retain their amateur status.
Host families are required to provide a clean, private place to sleep, a shower and laundry facilities. Players provide their own transportation and meals are not required, although families may include their players in family meals or other activities. Host families will receive complimentary season passes for all 28 home games.
It is mandatory for all Copperhead players to obey all rules set forth by the team and especially their Host Family. Players can be selected by Host Families on a first come, first serve basis. Choose a player from your favorite school, alma mater, or maybe by the position your child plays in little league. Copperhead players can be good role models, teachers and coaches for younger children.