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Little League Baseball Umpire School Rules Instruction Manual. Rules Instruction Manual, Rules are generally listed in this type as they appear in one of the respective rules books. Rule Numbers are listed in bold type, Programs listed are CHALLENGER TEE BALL MINOR MAJOR JUNIOR SENIOR BIG LEAGUE. Differences in BASEBALL and SOFTBALL programs are also included. The Right Call Casebook Entries are included from this Little League publication in the specific area of the book where it applies. INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS, These notes are not part of any Rulebook publication but are helpful comments or explanations from the Little League. Headquarters, Included in this section will be rule interpretations basic mechanics instruction and appropriate suggestions. NOTE The use of he she for Baseball participants and she for Softball participants does NOT preclude either gender from a. Exception In girl s softball only girls are eligible In boy s softball only boys are eligible. Little League Baseball Umpire School Rules Instruction Manual. LITTLE LEAGUE REGULATIONS, IV THE PLAYERS, Consult appropriate Little League rulebook for additional information.
All MINOR MAJOR JUNIOR SENIOR BASEBALL SOFTBALL Programs. i Every player on a team roster will participate in each game for a minimum of six 6 defensive outs and bat. at least one 1 time, PENALTY The player s involved shall start the next scheduled game play any previous. requirement not completed for Section i and the requirement for this game before being. The manager shall for the, A First Offense receive a written warning. B Second Offense a suspension for the next scheduled game. C Third Offense a suspension for remainder of the season. NOTE 1 If the violation is determined to have been intentional a more severe penalty may be. assessed by the Board of Directors However forfeiture of a game may not be invoked. NOTE 2 There is no exception to this rule unless the game is shortened for any reason at which time. the Local League may elect not to impose a penalty on the manager coach. Minor League and Tee Ball If a league uses 15 to 20 player rosters they may reduce the Mandatory. Rule to three 3 defensive outs and one 1 at bat per game. BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL SOFTBALL only Mandatory playing rule does not apply. The Right Call Casebook Play 10 1 Sean is a starter and plays inning 1 The manager takes Sean out of the game after one full. inning and substitutes Andrew Andrew plays the 2nd 3rd and 4th innings and bats twice In the 5th inning the manager puts Sean back. into the game Sean bats and plays the 5th and 6th innings Ruling It is not mandatory that a starter plays six consecutive defensive. outs and bats once before he she is substituted for A starter may re enter after his her substitute has played at least six consecutive. outs and batted once Play 10 2 In the top of the 4th inning Miranda is substituted for Sabrina In the bottom of the 4th with the home. team winning rain comes and the game is official and declared over Ruling No penalty is assessed to the manager for not playing. everyone six outs and one at bat The game was ended by conditions the manager had no control over The same ruling would apply to. games shortened by darkness light failure or time limit However any player who did not meet the mandatory play rule requirement. shall start the next game and play six consecutive outs and one at bat along with what he she missed in the previous game before being. INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS, Responsibility for insuring that the Manager adheres to the elements of this rule rests with the Board of Directors Every. effort should be made to insure that players play the appropriate amount of time. This rule is not protestable Don t penalize the players for the incorrect actions or lack of action by the Manager. If a game is shortened for any reason the manager may not be held responsible unless his her actions were intentional. However the Board is still responsible for insuring the players fulfill their playing requirements. Little League Baseball Umpire School Rules Instruction Manual. VI PITCHERS, a Any player on the team roster may pitch NOTE There is no limit to the number of pitchers a team. may use in a game, EXCEPTION A player who has attained a league age twelve 12 is not eligible to pitch in the Minor.
CHALLENGER Although use of the batting tee or coach pitch is strongly recommended any player. on the roster may pitch, b Players once removed from the mound may not return as pitchers Junior Senior and Big League. Divisions only A pitcher remaining in the game but moving to a different position can return as a. pitcher anytime in the remainder of the game but only once per game. INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS, Note the change in the wording effective for the 2007 season but only once per game They can still move a pitcher to. another position remaining in the game and bring him her back to pitch later but only one time during that entire game. The limitation to once per game was inserted to protect the pitchers arm because it cools down and then when the. pitchers fires back up again upon reentry to the pitching position it is very hard on the arm. c The manager must remove the pitcher when said pitcher reaches the limit for his her age group as noted. below but the pitcher may remain in the game at another position. League Age 17 18 105 pitches per day, 13 16 95 pitches per day. 11 12 85 pitches per day, 9 10 75 pitches per day, 7 8 50 pitches per day. EXCEPTION If a pitcher reaches the limit imposed in Regulation VI c for his her league age while. facing a batter the pitcher may continue to pitch until that batter until any of the follow conditions occurs. 1 That batter reaches base 2 That batter is put out 3 The third out is made to complete the half inning. Note A pitcher who delivers one or more pitches in a game cannot play the position of catcher for the. remainder of that day, d Pitchers league age 16 and under must adhere to the following rest requirements.
If a player pitches 61 or more pitches in a day three 3 calendar days of rest and a game see e. below must be observed, If a player pitches 41 60 pitches in a day two 2 calendar days of rest and a game see e below. must be observed, If a player pitches 21 40 pitches in a day one 1 calendar days of rest must be observed. If a player pitches 1 20 pitches in a day no 0 calendar day of rest must be observed. Pitchers league age 17 18 must adhere to the following rest requirements. If a player pitches 76 or more pitches in a day three 3 calendar days of rest and a game see e. below must be observed, If a player pitches 51 75 pitches in a day two 2 calendar days of rest and a game see e below. must be observed, If a player pitches 26 50 pitches in a day one 1 calendar days of rest must be observed. If a player pitches 1 25 pitches in a day no 0 calendar day of rest must be observed. e A player may not pitch in consecutive games Exception League Age 16 and under A player may. pitch in consecutive games if 40 or less pitches were delivered in the previous game League Age 17. 18 A player may pitch in consecutive games if 50 or less pitches were delivered in the previous game. f Each league must designate the scorekeeper or another game official as the official pitch count. Little League Baseball Umpire School Rules Instruction Manual. Instructor Comments, The official pitch count recorder can be the scorekeeper a separate individual to just keep track of pitches the home.
team manager coach but someone must be designated to keep track. g The pitch count recorder must provide the current pitch count for any pitcher when requested by either. manager or any umpire However the manager is responsible for knowing when his her pitcher must. be removed, h The official pitch count recorder should inform the umpire in chief when a pitcher has delivered his her. maximum limit of pitches for the game as noted in Regulation VI c The umpire in chief will inform. the pitcher s manager that the pitcher must be removed in accordance with Regulation VI c. However the failure by the pitch count recorder to notify the umpire in chief and or the failure of the. umpire in chief to notify the manager does not relieve the manager of his her responsibility to remove. a pitcher when that pitcher is no long eligible, i Violation of any section of this regulation can result in protest of the game in which it occurs Protest. shall be made in accordance with Playing Rule 4 19. j A player who has attained the league age of twelve 12 is not eligible to pitch in the Minor League. See Regulation V Selection of Players, 1 The withdrawal of an ineligible pitcher after that pitcher is announced or after a warm up pitch is. delivered but before that player has pitched a ball to a batter shall not be considered a violation Little. League officials are urged to take precautions to prevent protests When a protest situation is imminent. the potential offender should be notified immediately. INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS, Before a ball is pitched means to a batter When warming up if a pitcher is discovered to be ineligible he she must be. removed and the previous pitcher may not return Once the manager coach makes his her intentions known by. removing the original pitcher the original pitcher may not return If the ineligible pitcher is discovered before a ball is. pitched remove the ineligible pitcher and a protest may not be filed however if the ineligible pitcher is discovered after. a ball is pitched the ineligible pitcher is removed and the opposing team may protest if desired However the protest. must be made to the umpire before the umpire s leave the field at the end of the game. 2 Pitches delivered in games declared Regulation Tie Games or Suspended Games shall be charged. against pitcher s eligibility, 3 In suspended games resumed on another day the pitchers of record at the time the game was halted may.
continue to pitch to the extent of their eligibility for that day provided said pitcher has observed the. required days of rest, Example 1 A league age 12 pitcher delivers 70 pitches in a game on Monday when the game is suspended. The game resumes on the following Thursday The pitcher is not eligible to pitch in the resumption of the. game because he she has not observed the required three days of rest. Example 2 A league age 12 pitcher delivers 70 pitches in a game on Monday when the game is suspended. The game resumes on Saturday The pitcher is eligible to pitch up to 85 more pitches in the resumption of. the game because he she has observed the required three days of rest. Example 3 A league age 12 pitcher delivers 70 pitches in a game on Monday when the game is suspended. The game resumes two weeks later The pitcher is eligible to pitch up to 85 more pitches in the resumption. of the game provided he she is eligible based on his her pitching record during the previous days. NOTE The use of this regulation negates the concept of the calendar week with regard to pitching. eligibility, INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS, Umpires and Scorekeepers must be aware of the eligible and ineligible pitchers Do not wait until the opposing manager. A good rule of thumb for all umpires is to inquire during the pre game conference with the managers by asking Who is. ineligible to pitch and then recording this information on the lineup card. Don t hold the game up because one team challenges the eligibility by trying to track down the official scorebooks or a. board member Note the challenge in the scorebook and get on with the game. Little League Baseball Umpire School Rules Instruction Manual. VI PITCHERS MINOR MAJOR SOFTBALL, This regulation applies only to the Little League Majors Division and Minor League. a Any player on the team roster may pitch, EXCEPTION A player who has attained a league age of twelve 12 is not eligible to pitch in the. Minor League, CHALLENGER Although use of the batting tee or coach pitch is strongly recommended any player.
on the roster may pitch, b Little League Majors Division If a player pitches in more than one 1 inning one calendar day of. rest is mandatory A player may pitch in a maximum of nine 9 innings in a day A player may pitch. in a maximum of eighteen 18 innings in a calendar week Sunday through Saturday Delivery of a. single pitch constitutes having pitched in an inning. Minor Division If a player pitches in more than one 1 inning one calendar day of rest is mandatory. A player may pitch in a maximum of six 6 innings in a game A player may pitch in a maximum of. six 6 innings in a calendar week Sunday through Saturday Delivery of a single pitch constitutes. having pitched in an inning, If a player pitched in two or more innings on Column A and is still eligible that player can pitch. again on Column B, Column A Column B, Sunday Tuesday. Monday Wednesday, Tuesday Thursday, Wednesday Friday. Thursday Saturday, Friday Sunday, Saturday Monday, c A pitcher remaining in the game but moving to a different position can return as a pitch anytime in the.
remainder of the game but only once in the same inning as she he was removed. d Little League Majors Division Not more than five 5 pitchers per team shall be used in one game. EXCEPTION In case of injury to a fifth pitcher an additional pitcher may be used. MINOR LEAGUE There is no limit of five pitchers in a game in Minors. INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS, Injury to a fifth pitcher can also mean illness If a team insists on using a sixth pitcher a protest may be lodged and the. Little League UMPIRE SCHOOL RULES INSTRUCTION MANUAL PREPARED FOR THE 2 0 0 8 REGIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE UMPIRE SCHOOLS INCLUDES SUBSTANTIAL INFORMATION FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLICATIONS 2008 Little League B aseball O fficial Regulations and Playing Rules 2008 Little League Softball Official Regulations and Playing Rules 2008 Little League Challenger Division O fficial Regulations and

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