Seems to me like no matter where you are living, it has never been easier to get access to resources. The landmine is information overload.
Pitching gurus are all over the place, contradicting each other. You have to pick something up from each of them and not sell out to any one. Leave room for your kid to have his own style. Don’t try to make a clone of him.
I look back to my childhood and honestly, we didn’t have so called experts in mechanics tweaking us as we developed. Each kid had a unique way of throwing the ball. We were all about enjoying the game; it really wasn’t work nor did it seem like a drudgery.
Biggest challenge is to make sure the kid is enjoying the sport so that he can be a lifetime fan.
Nothing wrong with hooking the kid up with some good instruction. In a town of 50,000 there has got to be guys with more knowledge and the ability to transfer that knowledge to your son. The best way to find them is to work to make your league bigger, better and stronger. In that way, you will find others likeminded who share your passion for the game.
Set some goals and grow your program. The people that were most involved in the leagues I worked in, not coincidentally had the kids who participated in the sport the longest.
WHATEVER YOU DO, ENJOY IT NOW. BLINK AND IT WILL BE GONE.