An official game shall be completed 3 innings of play if game is called due to rain. A full game will be 6 innings long or when time runs out.
There will be a 1:15 time limit on all games. No inning shall start after 1:15 hours have officially expired.
If time runs out and the home team is up by more than five runs the game will be called.
One (1) inning of international tie breaker allowed.
Games can end in a tie.
Any game not official shall be replayed from the beginning.
A 35 foot pitching mound will be used.
Sixty (60) foot base lines will be used.
Pitching and catching
One pitcher or catcher may not pitch or catch more than 3 innings total per game. No more than 2 consecutive. We are here to develop our pitchers and catchers.
One pitch thrown will constitute as a full inning pitched.
The total of 3 innings may be spread throughout the game.
If one pitcher pitches more than a total of 3 innings, the game will then be forfeited.
In the event of extra innings, any pitcher may pitch regardless of previous innings pitched.
A batter shall take first base when hit with pitch.
If a pitcher hits 3 batters in an inning (not a game), the manager must remove her. If the same pitcher hits a batter the following inning 2 times the pitcher shall be removed from that inning. If a pitcher hits a batter a total of 5 times she will not be able to pitch anymore in that game but can play the field.
Base runners may advance as many bases at their own risk on a straight steal or passed ball. A player may continue to run on an errant throwback to the pitcher, regardless of an overthrow/errant throw from a fielder to put them out.
Minimum Number of Players on Defense
A team must field a minimum of 7 players within 15 minutes after the scheduled start of the game. Any team not fielding at least 7 players shall forfeit the game.
Runs per inning
Max allowable 5 runs per inning.
A player that moves up a division to sub for a team, that player may catch or pitch if the team needing a player doesn’t have one. That player should still bat last in the lineup. A player that moves laterally in the same division to sub, that player is to bat last and play in the outfield.