Parents: Relax! It's just a game; Sign reminds overbearing adults to lighten up

They scream and shout, offering pieces of advice to the youngsters as they run to the next base, go for the next layup or aim to take the next shot.

Parents: Relax! It's just a game; Sign reminds overbearing adults to lighten up

Lots of parents become sideline coaches and their children's biggest critics when they attend school and extracurricular activities or sports events.

They scream and shout, offering pieces of advice to the youngsters as they run to the next base, go for the next layup or aim to take the next shot. 

But a sign posted outside a Pleasanton Little League game in Texas serves as a reminder to parents that a game is just a game.

The sign reads:

"Reminders from your child: 

- I\'m just a kid.

- It's just a game.

- My coach is a volunteer.

- The officials are humans.

- No college scholarships will be handed out today."

While the sign carries a serious message, it ends with a lighthearted, "Thank you and have fun!" 

A photo of the sign has spread rapidly on social media platforms.