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Baseball Rules & Regulations    

  

2018  

St Charles Parish Parks and Recreation

Baseball 

General Rules 

 

1. Cut of date will be April 30th for BOYS. (OTS Manual Article: 20)   

2. Only newcomers to the parish may be added to rosters after the start of league play.   

3. T-Ball 7yr, 8yr, & 9-14yr Boys (Recreational League) are expected to play within the boundary of their booster club. (OTS Manual Article: 4)   

4. Players cannot play in an older age group unless there are no teams in his/her age group in their booster club.    

5. Rosters will be automatically split at 24 players. (OTS Manual Article: 4)   

6. All players are expected to have birth/baptismal certificates on file with the recreation department. (OTS Manual Article: 6)   

7. All players and guardians are expected to have signed a team registration form.   

8. Ground rules pertaining to specific fields should be discussed and agreed upon prior to the start of the game by coaches and the umpires.   

9. Only coaches, players, and score keepers are allowed in dugouts.   

10. Coaches may not touch the base runners during a live ball. (Players will be called out.)   

11. Coaches should have players enter and exit the field briskly.   

12. Coaches must play all players a minimum of two complete innings. (Since teams bat in rotation, free defensive substitution is allowed and all players must play at least two complete innings. Coaches reserve the right not to play players under the following conditions, for any type of disciplinary actions and missed practices.    

13. Coaches are responsible for the conduct of their team’s assistant coaches, players, parents and spectators.   

14. "Heckling" of opposing batters and players will not be allowed.   

15. All games will start at their scheduled time. There will be a 15 minute grace period for the first game of the day only. The late arriving team must be on the field and ready to play within 15 minutes of their scheduled time.    

16. Batting helmets must be worn while batting and running bases. Faceguards are recommended. However, are optional.    

17. There will be no fake bunt and swing- Penalty: The batter is out and the ball is dead and no base runners may advance. There will be no warning!!!    

18. Baseball coaches should encourage all players to wear protective cups. Baseball catchers will be required to wear a hard protective cup.    

19. Coaches are responsible for the care of their equipment.    

20. Only the parks and recreation department can postpone and reschedule games.    

21. Games maybe rescheduled only for school functions (which may prohibit the team from fielding enough players.) (OTS Manual Article 15)   

22. Coaches should check the website in the event of a rainout. Under the Parks and Recreation tab GAME CANCELATION on the website www.stcharlesparish-la.gov   

23. Alcoholic beverages will not be allowed at youth games and youth practices. (OTS Manual Article 32)   

24. Smoking Vaping, Tobacco (dip/chew) will not be allowed on the field, in the dugouts, and in the bleachers. May result in a forfeit. 

25. A player shall not be allowed to play with any type of plaster or metal cast on any part of their body. 5 years – 14 years of age PLAYERS MUST WEAR MOLDED CLEATS OR PLASTIC SCREW IN CLEATS.  

26. Coaches, players, parents, and spectators are required to adhere to parks and recreation department rules and regulations. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary actions, including suspensions and or termination in involvement with the program.   

*If a coach is ejected from the game they must leave the park immediately and will be required to sit out the next game as well. If a coach is ejected from a game a second time they will face disciplinary actions and will not be allowed to coach in any recreational program for a matter of 2 years.*  

Any player, coach, parent, or other person who physically assaults an official will be removed from the gym and will not be allowed to participate in Recreation Department sponsored events for a period of two (2) years.   

(State Law); Louisiana Rev. Stat. Ann. Section 14-34-4 p34.4.  Battery of a school or recreation athletic contest official  

A.(1)  Battery of a school or recreation athletic contest official is a battery committed without the consent of the victim when the offender has reasonable grounds to believe the victim is a school athletic or recreation contest official.  

(2)  For purposes of this Section, "school athletic contest official" means any referee, umpire, coach, instructor, administrator, staff person, or school or school board employee of any public or private elementary and secondary school while actively engaged in the conducting, supervising, refereeing, or officiating of a school sanctioned interscholastic athletic contest. 

(3)  For purposes of this Section, "recreation athletic contest official" means any referee, umpire, coach, instructor, administrator, staff person, or recreation employee of any public or quasi-public recreation program while actively engaged in the conducting, supervising, refereeing, or officiating of a sanctioned recreation athletic contest. 

B.(1)  Whoever commits the crime of battery of a school or recreation athletic contest official shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars and imprisoned not less than forty-eight hours nor more than six months without benefit of suspension of sentence, except as provided in Paragraph (2). 

(2)  The court, in its discretion, may suspend the imposition of the sentence and place the offender on probation with the condition that he shall perform five days of community service work.  Failure to successfully complete the community service work, as determined by the supervisor of the program to which he is assigned, may result in revocation of probation.  

Acts 1990, No. 675, §1; Acts 1999, No. 1046, §1.  

27.  End of Season Tournament Protest Procedure:   

A. Call time-out during the next dead ball.   

B. Inform umpire and opposing coach of your intention to protest and why.   

C. Player Protest -- if opposing coach questions the eligibility of a player, the players must put his or her signature and birth date on the opposing teams scorebook. The protest will be delivered to the recreation department within one working day, and the director of youth sports will rule on the protest. The player and the game will be played and completed.    

D. Submit written or typed protest to the recreation department within 24 hours. (Protests must be postmarked within 24 hours if mailed.)   

E. Write down remaining time left in the game, number of outs, runners on base, etc.  

28. Theres is to be no loud music played in the dug outs or in the stands before the start of the games or during the games. Doing so may result in a team forfiet of party or parties involved.   

 

 

2018 

6 - 8 YEAR OLD BOYS  

BASEBALL RULES   

1. TIME LIMIT:  One hour and fifteen 15 minutes (1:15) or six (6) innings, whichever comes first (NO NEW INNING WILL START AFTER 1:05) 

 

2. BATTING ORDERAll team members will bat round robin.  If a batter becomes injured during the game and cannot bat, it is NOT an out. If a child is sick before the game, leave him off of your line up and inform the opposing coach, umpire and the press box if available.  This player cannot enter that game.  If a base runner becomes ill or injured while on base, the base runner will be removed from the game.  A substitute base runner will be put on the base just vacated by the injured/sick base runner.  The substitute base runner to be placed in the ball game as the new base runner will be the last batter who is in the dugout. Must have (8) players to start and play a game. If you drop below to (8) players for any reason the game will be called a forfeit.

 

3. DEFENSEWill consist of nine (9) regular fielding positions and one (1) additional rover in the outfield. All outfielders must stay behind the base baths.   A second pitcher may not be used on the infield.  The pitcher will be placed to the side of the machine, within four (4) feet of and behind the forward most point of the machine.  The pitcher may not be beyond the forward most point of the machine before the ball is put in play.  Penalty:  If the ball is not hit the umpire shall declare “no pitch”.  If the ball is hit the offensive coach may choose between the play and “no pitch”.

 

4.  RUNS PER INNING:  A maximum of six (6) runs per inning per team.

 

5.  CONTACT RULEBabe Ruth rule: 6.05 (m) shall apply

 

6. DEAD BALLTime will be called by the umpire when no runner is advancing. The ball becomes dead when a batted ball hits the pitching machine or the individual feeding the machine.  The batter will be awarded first base.  No runners may advance unless forced. Any thrown ball which hits the machine remains alive and in play. The ball becomes live when it leaves the pitching machine.

 

7. PITCHING MACHINE: The Louisville Slugger Pitching Machine speed will be set on the following settings; (A) 3, (B) 4, and (C) 8 to achieve an approximate speed of 38 MPH the machine will be placed 46 feet from home plate which the front legs of the machine will be placed on the rubber of the pitching circle. The umpires/coach may allow adjustment of the machine at the beginning of any inning to maintain consistency.  The machine may not be adjusted during an inning.  If both machines break at any point during a game, then the pitching will revert to coach pitching. At this point, the batter will receive 5 pitches. If the ball is fouled off on the 5th pitch the players will receive 1 more pitch which must be put in play.

 

8.  THE BATTERAll batters will wear a batting helmet when on the field of play, whether as an on deck hitter, a batter, or a base runner. “Face masks are optional”

 

9. THE CATCHERMust wear a facemask, helmet, mitt, chest protector, shin guards, and a protective supporter with cup.  The catcher will be allowed to wear a fielding mitt rather than a catcher's mitt. However, a catcher's mitt is allowed to be worn in this age group.  

(Allstar play will require a catcher's mitt)  

  

10.  COURTESY RUNNERWill be only allowed if the catcher is on base with 2 outs. Runner must be the last batted out. 

  

11.  INFIELD FLYWill not be in effect. 

  

12.  FREE SUBSTITUTIONWill be in effect. 

 

13. BUNTINGWill be allowed. There will be a no “slash” bunt rule. This is defined as a fake bunt that is followed by an attempted swing. The penalty for violating this rule will be, the ball ruled dead, the batter will be out and no runners will advance 

  

14.  STEALINGWill not be permitted. 

  

15. SPECIAL BASE RUNNING RULE: Cal Ripken Baseball Special Base Running Rules (a, b, c) shall apply (page 13).   At no time can a runner advance to home plate if he or she is on third base when the pitch is made, unless the catcher throws to a base to make a play or the ball is hit by the batter.  Stealing will not be allowed on a “no-pitch”. Sliding is allowed, but not recommended. 

  

16.  BATTER IS OUTAfter three (3) strikes.  If, in the umpires/coaches judgment, the machine delivers a ball out of the strike zone a “no pitch” will be called unless the batter swings in which case it will be called a strike.  Each batter will be allowed a maximum of five (5) pitches.  A foul ball on the 5th pitches will be allowed another pitch. If said player does not put the ball in play after the fifth pitch the batter is out. (REVISED RULE 3/28/2017 PER COACHES MEETING) 

 17. SLINGING A BAT:  If a batter slings his bat, a warning will be given to the team at bat.  After one warning, any player on the warned team who slings his bat will be called out immediately and no runners will advance.  The umpire/coach will be the sole judge of whether the bat was slung or dropped.  This is NOT an appeal play. 

  

18COACHES: One (1) team manager and three (3) coaches are allowed to be rostered for these age groups. On defense, coaches must remain in their dugout.  One (1) coach may stand directly in front of the dugout for the purpose of instruction and positioning. The pitching coach on the field may not talk to talk or coach during a live ball.  

  

19BASE AWARDSAll overthrown balls are live unless the ball leaves the field of play, in which case, a one (1) base limit will be given to the runners. This applies to both fenced-in fields and non-fenced in fields. On a non-fenced in field the out of play line, not the foul line, is considered “leaving the field of play”. Any (fair) batted ball that bounces over, rolls through or under a fence will be a ground rule double. 

 

20.  INTERFERENCE: As defined in the Babe Ruth Rule Book will be enforced.  This includes batters and catchers deliberately attempting to distract. 

  

21. HIT BY PITCH: If the batter is hit by a pitch, he or she will not be awarded first base. It will be ruled as a no-pitch. If the batter cannot continue the at-bat, the next batter in the lineup will take their place and the count will start over.  

 

22RUN RULEIf a team is ahead by ten (10) runs after four (4) complete innings the game will be called.  If a team is ahead by 15 (15) runs after 3 (3) complete innings the game will be called.  

  

23GAME TIMEBe at field at least 15 minutes prior to game time. 

  

24UMPIRES during playoff and championship Games:  The field umpire will call plays on the bases.  The home plate umpire shall be Umpire-in-chief for the game and will call fair or foul, plays at home plate, leaving early and assist in calling plays on the bases.  Any thrown ball striking an umpire /coach, in fair territory, is in play. 

  

25LINEUPSOne (1) copy to score box, umpire and to opposing coach ten (10) minutes before game time.  First initial, last name and number are required. 

  

26. TIME RULE: When the ball is in the possession of the pitcher inside the circle or in possession of the pitching coach / umpire's all play on the runner or runners has ceased, the umpire shall call "TIME". Note: If a runner is passed the half way mark that runner can proceed to the next base if and only if the pitching coach / umpire is not in possession of the ball and or the pitcher while in possession of the ball is not in the pitching circle. If a pitcher while IN possession of the ball is not in the pitching circle all play is LIVE.  

  

Inning stops at:  

  • When the defensive team gets 3 outs
  • When the offensive team scores 6 runs  

27TOBACCO / VAPING:  Use of chewing tobacco, dip, smoking, and or vaping on the field or in the dugout is strictly prohibited. May result in a forfeit. 

  

28. Standings will not be kept during the regular season. Fall Ball is an instructional program only and there will not be an End of the Season Tournament.

   

2018

9 /10 Boys  

 

1. GAME DURATRION Games will be 6 innings or a 1-hour-30 minute time limit. (No new inning will start after 1:20, will complete the inning.)   

2. BASE / PITCHING DISTANCE Bases will be 60 feet; pitching distance will be 46 Feet.     

3. SLIDING: is allowed however it is not recommended.  

4. STEALING: Runners cannot leave the bases until pitched ball crosses the plate. The violation by one runner shall affect all runners. “Leading off the base is not allowed."    

Innings will consist of three (3) outs   

6. THE BATTERAll batters will wear a batting helmet when on the field of play, whether as an on deck hitter, a batter, or a base runner. “Face masks are optional” 

 

7. THE CATCHERMust wear a facemask, helmet, mitt, chest protector, shin guards, and a protective supporter with cup.  The catcher must also wear a catcher’s mitt and not a fielding glove or mitt of any other kind. 

 

8. ADVANCING:    In 9-10 A and B, the batter is NOT allowed to advance on a third strike. (Confirmed by Babe Ruth Commissoner)  

  

9.  COURTESY RUNNERWill be only allowed if the catcher is on base with 2 outs. Runner must be the last batted out. 

 

10.  INFIELD FLYWill be in effect. 

  

11.  FREE SUBSTITUTIONWill be in effect 

12. INTERFERENCE: As defined in the Babe Ruth Rule Book will be enforced.  This includes batters and catchers deliberately attempting to distract. 

  

13. HIT BY PITCH: If the batter is hit by a pitch, he or she will be awarded first base. 

14. BUNTINGWill be allowed. There will be a no “slash” bunt rule. This is defined as a fake bunt that is followed by an attempted swing. The penalty for violating this rule will be, the ball ruled dead, the batter will be out and no runners will advance 

 

15. SLINGING A BAT:  If a batter slings his bat, a warning will be given to the team at bat.  After one warning, any player on the warned team who slings his bat will be called out immediately and no runners will advance.  The umpire will be the sole judge of whether the bat was slung or dropped.  This is NOT an appeal play. 

  

16. BALKS   will not be enforced.   

17. TEAM FORMATION Teams will consist of 9 players; 3 players in the outfield however, a minimum of eight players is needed to play. There will be no penalty for having less than 9; players will be added when they arrive.    

18. GAME BALL: Each team will supply a game ball.   

19. PITCHING RULES:    

A. Coaches are responsible for keeping record of their teams pitch count.

 

 AGE

 DAILY MAX (PITCHES IN GAME/DAY)

 REST PERIOD

0 Days

1 Day

2 Days

9-10

75

1-40

41-65

66+

11-12

85

1-40

41-65

66+

13-15

95

1-45

46-75

76+

 

Must designate a coach or parent to keep record of a players pitch count. This record will be kept and enforced especially for the end of season tournament.   

B. Pitcher shall not throw more than 75 pitches in a game. Once a pitcher throws 75 pitches in a game that pitchers must be pulled from the mound and must have a 2 day rest period.   

C. If a pitcher pitches more than the allowed daily max pitches in a game he will not be allowed to pitch in a consecutive game the same day. Pitcher must wait 48 hours in order to pitch the next game.  

D Once a pitcher is pulled from the mound that pitcher will not be allowed to return to the mound in that game.    

20. OVERTHROW On an overthrow that goes out of play, the runner gets one base. Any (fair) batted ball that bounces over, rolls through or under a fence will be a ground rule double.  

 

21.  RUN RULEIf a team is ahead by fifteen (15) runs after three (3) complete innings the game will be called.  If a team is ahead by 10 (10) runs after four (4) complete innings (the game will be called.  

  

22.  GAME TIMEBe at field at least 15 minutes prior to game time.

 

23. TOBACCO / VAPING:  Use of chewing tobacco, dip, smoking, and or vaping on the field or in the dugout is strictly prohibited. May result in a forfeit. 

24. UNIFORM: All players must be in uniform with shirt tucked in. Players are no longer permitted to wear metal spikes, cleats must be molded cleats or plastic screw in. Player will not receive but must remove the metal cleats. 

25. Standings will not be kept during the regular season. Fall Ball is an instructional program only and there will not be an End of the Season Tournament.

 

  

2018  

11 YEAR Division  

1. GAME DURATRION Games will be 7 innings or a 1-hour-30 minute time limit. (No new inning will start after 1:20, will complete the inning.)   2. BASE / PITCHING DISTANCE Bases will be 70 feet; pitching distance will be 50 Feet.    

3. SLIDING: is allowed however it is not recommended. 

4. STEALING: stealing and leading off is allowed in this age group 

5. INNINGS: Innings will consist of three (3) outs  

 6. THE BATTERAll batters will wear a batting helmet when on the field of play, whether as an on deck hitter, a batter, or a base runner. “Face masks are optional” 

7. THE CATCHERMust wear a facemask, helmet, mitt, chest protector, shin guards, and a protective supporter with cup.  The catcher must also wear a catcher’s mitt and not a fielding glove or mitt of any other kind.

 

8. ADVANCING:   A batter is allowed to advance on a third strike if the ball gets by the catcher or the catcher drops the ball, if and only if 1st base is not occupied. (CLARIFICATION OF RULE. The third strike called by the umpire is not caught, providing (1) first base is unoccupied, or (2) first base is occupied with two out...... If the catcher fails to catch the ball on a third strike, and first base is open, or there are two outs, then the batter becomes a runner.)

 

9.  COURTESY RUNNERWill be only allowed if the catcher is on base with 2 outs. Runner must be the last batted out. 

  

10.  INFIELD FLYWill be in effect. 

 

11.  FREE SUBSTITUTIONWill be in effect 

12. INTERFERENCE: As defined in the Babe Ruth Rule Book will be enforced.  This includes batters and catchers deliberately attempting to distract. 

  

13. HIT BY PITCH: If the batter is hit by a pitch, he will be awarded first base. 

14. BUNTINGWill be allowed. There will be a no “slash” bunt rule. This is defined as a fake bunt that is followed by an attempted swing. The penalty for violating this rule will be, the ball ruled dead, the batter will be out and no runners will advance 

  

15. SLINGING A BAT:  If a batter slings his bat, a warning will be given to the team at bat.  After one warning, any player on the warned team who slings his bat will be called out immediately and no runners will advance.  The umpire will be the sole judge of whether the bat was slung or dropped.  This is NOT an appeal play. 

  

16. BALKS   will be enforced.   

17. TEAM FORMATION Teams will consist of 9 players; 3 players in the outfield however, a minimum of eight players is needed to play. There will be no penalty for having less than 9; players will be added when they arrive.    

18. GAME BALL: Each team will supply a game ball.   

19. PITCHING RULES:    

A. Coaches are responsible for keeping record of their teams pitch count. 

 

AGE

 DAILY MAX (PITCHES IN GAME/DAY)

 REST PERIOD

0 Days

1 Day

2 Days

9-10

75

1-40

41-65

66+

11-12

85

1-40

41-65

66+

13-15

95

1-45

46-75

76+

 

Must designate a coach or parent to keep record of a players pitch count. This record will be kept and enforced especially for the end of season tournament 

B. Pitcher shall not throw more than 85 pitches in a game. Once a pitcher throws 85 pitches in a game that pitchers must be pulled from the mound and must have a 2 day rest period.    

C. If a pitcher pitches more than the allowed daily max pitches in a game he will not be allowed to pitch in a consecutive game the same day. Pitcher must wait 48 hours in order to pitch the next game.  

D. Once a pitcher is pulled from the mound that pitcher will not be allowed to return to the mound in that game. .   

20. OVERTHROW On an overthrow that goes out of play, the runner gets one base. Any (fair) batted ball that bounces over, rolls through or under a fence will be a ground rule double.  

 

21.  RUN RULEIf a team is ahead by fifteen (15) runs after three (3) complete innings the game will be called.  If a team is ahead by 10 (10) runs after four (4) complete innings (the game will be called. 

 

22.  GAME TIMEBe at field at least 15 minutes prior to game time.

 

23. TOBACCO / VAPING:  Use of chewing tobacco, dip, smoking, and or vaping on the field or in the dugout is strictly prohibited. May result in a forfeit. 

  

24. UNIFORM: All players must be in uniform with shirt tucked in. Players are no longer permitted to wear metal spikes, cleats must be molded cleats or plastic screw in. Player will not receive but must remove the metal cleats.  

25. Standings will not be kept during the regular season. Fall Ball is an instructional program only and there will not be an End of the Season Tournament. 

 

 

2018 

12 /14 Boys  

 League Rules 

   

1. GAME DURATRION Games will be 7 innings or a 1-hour-30 minute time limit. (No new inning will start after 1:20, will complete the inning.)    

2. BASE / PITCHING DISTANCE Bases will be 80 feet; pitching distance will be 54 Feet.    

3. SLIDING: is allowed however it is not recommended. 

4. STEALING: stealing and leading off is allowed 

5. INNINGS: Innings will consist of three (3) outs  

 6. THE BATTERAll batters will wear a batting helmet when on the field of play, whether as an on deck hitter, a batter, or a base runner. “Face masks are optional

 

7. THE CATCHERMust wear a facemask, helmet, mitt, chest protector, shin guards, and a protective supporter with cup.  The catcher must also wear a catcher’s mitt and not a fielding glove or mitt of any other kind. 

  

8. ADVANCING:   A batter is allowed to advance on a third strike if the ball gets by the catcher or the catcher drops the ball, if and only if 1st base is not occupied. (CLARIFICATION OF RULE: The third strike called by the umpire is not caught, providing (1) first base is unoccupied, or (2) first base is occupied with two out... ... If the catcher fails to catch the ball on a third strike, and first base is open, or there are two outs, then the batter becomes a runner.)

 

9.  COURTESY RUNNERWill be only allowed if the catcher is on base with 2 outs. Runner must be the last batted out. 


10.  INFIELD FLYWill be in effect. 

 

11.  FREE SUBSTITUTIONWill be in effect 

12. INTERFERENCE: As defined in the Babe Ruth Rule Book will be enforced.  This includes batters and catchers deliberately attempting to distract. 

 

13. HIT BY PITCH: If the batter is hit by a pitch, he or she will be awarded first base. 

14. BUNTINGWill be allowed. There will be a no “slash” bunt rule. This is defined as a fake bunt that is followed by an attempted swing. The penalty for violating this rule will be, the ball ruled dead, the batter will be out and no runners will advance

 

15. SLINGING A BAT:  If a batter slings his bat, a warning will be given to the team at bat.  After one warning, any player on the warned team who slings his bat will be called out immediately and no runners will advance.  The umpire will be the sole judge of whether the bat was slung or dropped.  This is NOT an appeal play.

 

16. BALKS   will be enforced.   

17. TEAM FORMATION Teams will consist of 9 players; 3 players in the outfield however, a minimum of eight players is needed to play. There will be no penalty for having less than 9; players will be added when they arrive.    

18. GAME BALL: Each team will supply a game ball.   

19. PITCHING RULES:    

A. Coaches are responsible for keeping record of their teams pitch count. 

 

AGE

 DAILY MAX (PITCHES IN GAME/DAY)

 REST PERIOD

0 Days

1 Day

2 Days

9-10

75

1-40

41-65

66+

11-12

85

1-40

41-65

66+

13-15

95

1-45

46-75

76+

 

Must designate a coach or parent to keep record of a players pitch count. This record will be kept and enforced especially for the end of season tournament  

B. Pitcher shall not throw more than 95pitches in a game. Once a pitcher throws 95 pitches in a game that pitchers must be pulled from the mound and must have a 2 day rest period.    

C. If a pitcher pitches more than the allowed daily max pitches in a game he will not be allowed to pitch in a consecutive game the same day. Pitcher must wait 48 hours in order to pitch the next game.  

D. Once a pitcher is pulled from the mound that pitcher will not be allowed to return to the mound in that game. .   

20. OVERTHROW On an overthrow that goes out of play, the runner gets one base. Any (fair) batted ball that bounces over, rolls through or under a fence will be a ground rule double.  


21.  RUN RULEIf a team is ahead by fifteen (15) runs after three (3) complete innings the game will be called.  If a team is ahead by 10 (10) runs after four (4) complete innings (the game will be called.  

 

22.  GAME TIMEBe at field at least 15 minutes prior to game time. 

  

23. TOBACCO / VAPING:  Use of chewing tobacco, dip, smoking, and or vaping on the field or in the dugout is strictly prohibited. May result in a forfeit. 

  

24. UNIFORM: All players must be in uniform with shirt tucked in. Players are no longer permitted to wear metal spikes, cleats must be molded cleats or plastic screw in. Player will not receive but must remove the metal cleats.  

25. Standings will not be kept during the regular season. Fall Ball is an instructional program only and there will not be an End of the Season Tournament.

 

 

 

 

 

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