Baseball Clubs and Instruction
Baseball clubs employ coaches and instructors. Professional clubs are, of course, also employ their players to some degree. Most professional baseball players play full time due to the large number of games played in, not just the major league, but the minor league as well.
A club is also going to have secretarial staff and individuals hired to take care of the diamonds and plates. Some clubs may also have a store selling baseball equipment.
Coaches are likely to need to know how to work with and give lessons to kids. They may be required to know about softball as well as baseball, although larger clubs may have a separate softball coach.
As these coaches are often retired professional players, they can be expected to know about everything from walks to slides. Some may specialize in teaching batters and pitchers, or improving catching techniques. Others may prefer to teach children or adults. Coaches and club officials also need to know how train their players to consistently score for their team.
It's not all about learning to hit a home run. Especially when dealing with little league, instructors need to know how to instill discipline and teamwork into children without turning into bullies.
Clubs that play regularly will also need the means to transport their team to games. Often this means hiring a bus and driver, but larger clubs may have their own vehicles. Major League clubs may even have private planes.
However, the vast majority of clubs offer instruction and play at the most local, amateur levels. Little League clubs often rely greatly on parent volunteers, even for some of the coaching.
Baseball clubs and teams exist at all levels, and many of the smaller clubs offer instruction to the general public and to their children.