Woodpeckers Spring Tournament Rules .pdf
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Woodpeckers Spring Tournament Rules
We play according to the ISF rules!
No bunting - only females are allowed to bunt
Two females on the field all time - more are allowed of course
Sliding feet and head first is allowed
All bats with stamps are allowed expect for known illegals (Ultras, Ultra
IIs .... you know which bats!)
No altered/doctored bats!
Batting order must be adhered, umps are constrained to check
Max 11 batters on the line-up (unless both teams agreed to have more)
45 Minutes game time, no new inning after 40 minutes
If extra innings are necessary we start with the player who was last out,
as runner on 2nd and a 3 and 2 count
If the home team is ahead after the visiting team has completed their at
bat and the time has expired, the game is over
Game for 5th, 3rd and final are 5 inning games with no time limit
Batters start with a 1-1 count
Balls are provided by the organizer
5 home run limit - after that it's a single. Any runners on base can
advance only 1 additional base
A home run hitter has to touch 1st base only
A designated runner for any player is permitted, however, that runner
cannot already be in the line-up
Home team will be determined by coin toss
Ground rules will be announced at the coaches meeting.
No spiked shoes/no metal cleats allowed! We are using an artificial turf
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