Rules

T-Ball will be focused on being active, learning the game, and having FUN.

Jr Mite

  1. When there is a throw to first, second, or third base there will be no extra bases if an overthrow occurs.
  2. When the ball is hit to the outfield, the player must stop at second base (the player must get to second safely).
  3. A runner on third base shall be frozen there until hit or forced in (walked in). They cannot advance on an overthrow or a fly out.
  4. When a batter is walked, all play is dead until the next ball is pitched. If there is a base runner on third with bases loaded, the base runner must keep his/her helmet on until he/she returns to the bench. If any base runner takes his/her helmet off while in the field of play, they will be called out.
  5. There will be a maximum of 4 runs per inning. All games end at 8:00pm. If the last inning is incomplete then the score of the last complete inning will be the final score.
  6. Any type or style of glove may be worn by the players.
  7. Parents are to pitch and catch to the kids (not the Coach) 5 pitch.
  8. Runners may not leave their bases until the pitched ball has crossed home plate or until the batter has made contact with the ball.

Mite

  1. There will only be stealing from first to second base. There will be no stealing of any other bases including passed balls from pitching.
  2. A runner on third base shall be frozen there until their forced in (hit in). They cannot advance on an overthrow or a fly out.
  3. The batter shall be automatically out on a third strike whether or not the catcher catches the ball.
  4. The base runner must keep his/her helmet on until he/she returns to the bench. If any base runner takes his/her helmet off while in the field of play, they may be called out.
  5. Five runs constitute an inning.
  6. A player may only pitch a maximum of 3 innings per game but does not have to be consecutive (i.e. if a pitcher pitches to a batter in an inning, it shall be considered as an inning pitched). Once a pitcher is removed, he/she cannot re-enter as a pitcher in that inning.
  7. Players may not leave their base until the pitched ball has crossed home plate or until the batter has made contact with the ball.
  8. Last inning may not be called prior to 7:50 pm. If inning is not complete by 8:00 pm the game will continue until the inning is complete.
  9. There will be no walks. Once a batter gets 4 balls, the coach will come in and pitch the number of strikes left on the batter.

Squirt

  1. Five runs constitute an inning. Last inning will be called by home plate umpire. Last inning may not be called prior to 7:50 pm. If inning is not complete by 8:00 pm the game will continue until the inning is complete.
  2. Trappers may be worn by 1st baseman and/or catcher and only if they are playing these positions in the field.
  3. Players may only pitch a maximum of four innings per game but does not have to be consecutive (i.e. if a pitcher pitches to a batter in an inning, it shall be considered as an inning pitched). Once a pitcher is removed, he/she cannot re-enter as a pitcher in that inning.
  4. Players may not leave their bases until the pitcher has released the ball.
  5. There will only be stealing from first to third base. There will be no stealing at any other bases even on passed balls from pitching. Runner shall be frozen at third base until hit or walked in, but runners cannot advance on overthrows.
  6. The batter shall be automatically out on third strike whether or not the catcher catches the ball.

Peewee

  1. Five runs constitute an inning. Last inning will be called by home plate umpire and may not be called prior to 7:50 pm. If inning is not complete by 8:00 pm the game will continue until the inning is complete.
  2. Trappers may be worn by first baseman and/or catcher and only if they are playing these positions in the field.
  3. Players may only pitch a maximum of four innings per game but does not have to be consecutive (i.e. if a pitcher pitches to a batter in an inning, it shall be considered as an inning pitched). Once a pitcher is removed, he/she cannot re-enter as a pitcher in that inning.
  4. Players may not leave their bases until the pitcher has released the ball.
  5. The batter may attempt to run to first base if the catcher misses the ball on the third strike, providing first base is not occupied. If there are two outs, the batter can still run regardless of whether or not the first base is occupied.