My daughter'S pitching coach has formed his own team and has been trying to move my daughter over from her current team. They are both 12u right now but her pitching coach's team is moving up in the new year. They are a very good team and have won or placeed 2nd in most of their tournamnets. They have used my daughter in their practce to pitch to them and she occasionally practices with them to learn their fielding techniques and skills. My daughter has her own team but they are very unmotivated and the caoch lacks a lot knowledge and drive. My daughter is falling behind in her skills and I am thinking of moving her now so she can get the coaching she needs. She loves her team and her friends< but she even complains about not getting enough coaching and not growing. Her current coach does not work with her pitching at all, yet she is his starting pitcher and wins almost all her games, pitching no-hitters and perfect games. We owe this to her other coach and her Dad(who spends ALOT of time pitching with her). It's been 10 months now without placing in a tournament. Winning is not everything but when you never win you don't have the drive. I think it is time to move her over to the other team because I don't see her getting much out of her current team and she wants to be the next Jenny Finch. The only problem is that they are going to 14u and I am concerned that she might be under too much pressure. She is a great kid who handles advanced courses in school and still gets A's while juggling travel ball and rec ball at the same time. I think she will rise to the ocassion and become really great. Just wanted some advice from someone who might have already been through something like this before. I just hate spending all our time and money on rec ball (her current trravel team).