It just depends on your relationship with the coach. If you have one you might be able to suggest it, but usually a parent should not be giving their ideas to the coach. Between the practices and games the coach has seen each player 10x more than parents and they know who can do what the best. 95% of parents suggestions have been way off in my experience coaching. For example, a parent gets excited that a new player is really athletic so they think that player should play shortstop. The parent doesn't realize that the really athletic girl is afraid of the ball and pulls her glove off the ground over and over in practice.What's everyone's thought on parents interjections?
Let's say 2 kids in the field that need to be switched up to perform better. Is it ok to make the suggestion or do you just sit back and let it play out?