- Teams need to be prepared to play 15 minutes before their scheduled game time.Age Restrictions: Your age is determined by the May 1st date of that year or your high school graduation year.
- If the team is found with an illegal player, that team will be KICKED OUT of the tournament and will forfeit all games with a score, 7-0.
- If the player is found legal, the coach protesting will lose their $100.00.
- Win Loss Record
- Head to Head (does not apply with 3 or more teams tied)
- Runs Allowed
- Runs Scored
- Runs allowed in games against teams tied with
- Runs Scored in games against teams tied with
- Coin Flip
- Runs Allowed
- Runs Scored
- Runs Allowed in Losses
- Runs Scored in Losses
- Coin Flip
- Illegal Bat Penalty
- It is the responsibility of each teams head coach to monitor bats that are in play. If a player uses an illegal bat. The umpire must be notified prior to the first pitch of the next batter or before all defensive players leave fair territory.
- If the bat is found illegal, the batter will be ruled out and runners will not be allowed to advance.
- If a team has three illegal bat rules infractions the Head Coach will be ejected for the rest of the tournament.
- Hit 9 hitters with a DH or no DH. We will honor the High School DH Rule.
- Use one EH and hit 10 with or without a DH
- Hit a continuous lineup with free substitution. See ejections and injuries rules to see what happens when losing a player.
Age Daily Max 0 Days 1 Day 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 7-8
50 1-20 21-35 36-50 - 9-10 75 1-20 21-35 36-50 51-65 66+ 11-12 85 1-20 21-35 36-50 51-65 66+ 13-14 95 1-20 21-35 36-50
51-65 66+ 15-16 95 1-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76+ 17-18 105 1-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76+
- 8U: Max of 6 runs an inning until the Final Inning. No limit in the final inning.
- If a coach is ejected,
- He/She will be suspended for the rest of that game and the teams next played game if determined by the tournament committee. If a coach is ejected from a game, he is ejected from the park and must exit to the parking lot. If coach chooses to remain in park his team will be rewarded a forfeit loss determined by tournament committee.
- If a player is ejected,
- The player shall be suspended for the remainder of the game. If team is hitting a continuous lineup, the player will remain in batting order and his/her team will be forced to take an out. If it is deemed to be malicious contact, or if the player performed in act with intent to injure the penalty will be determined by the tournament committee.
- If rain or weather suspends a game. 4 (3 1/2 innings if home team is winning) innings could be considered a complete game in a 6 inning game. Or 5 (4 1/2 innings if home team is winning) innings in a 7 inning game
- If a game is tied after 6/7 innings and time remains you will be allowed to play one extra inning. After the 7/8th inning if the game is tied it will end in a tie even if time remains.
- If a coach is ejected,
Bullpen Baseball Tournament Rules
Perfect Game Rules
- 9U-12U: 17 eligible players
- 13U-14U: 20 eligible players
- 15U-17U: 22 eligible players
2.08 A team’s roster must be comprised from its home area, region or bordering regions, and also 3 players from any region in the country. A California, Florida, or Texas team is from either the North or South region of its state.2.08.1 Residency Requirements will be the sole discretion of Perfect Game. The state the player is a legal resident will determine his region eligibility; with exception of boarding schools. Each case will be handled on an individual basis by the PG Super25 National Office. The National Office will make the fairest ruling possible, and that ruling will be final. Perfect Game Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org 2.09 Teams must use the same roster for the National Championship that they used to qualify with at the Regional or Qualifier tournament 2.09.1 Teams can replace players that cannot come to the National Championship due to extenuating circumstances (i.e injury, family conflicts, etc) ** 2.09.2 Any team qualifying for the Super25 National Championships must have a minimum of 11 players. If a team qualifies with less than 11 players they will be allowed to add players until they reach 11 total players.** 2.09.3 A team qualifying in the fall will have the ability to change their roster. 60% of the fall roster must remain the same for the National Championship** **2.10 Teams can add 3 players to their roster after qualifying for the National Championship. These players can be from any region, given they still only have 3 players from outside of the region/bordering regions on their roster, and given the roster still stays within the maximum number of players allowed per team. These additional players can be added after adjusting the roster for rules 2.09.1, 2.09.2, and 2.09.3 2.11 A team may only play in regional tournaments from its home region or bordering regions.Teams from every region are eligible to play in all of the Super Qualifiers. 2.12 Florida State and Texas State Regionals are only open to teams from within that state. 2.13Regional and Super Qualifier tournament event champions receive a berth to the current season’s National Championship. Champions must confirm attendance at the National Championship immediately following the tournament. If a team is already registered for the BCS or other PG core event that is paired with the Super25 National Championship, they will be automatically transferred over from that event. 2.13.1Perfect Game decides the Champion on incomplete Regional and/or Super Qualifier. Rule 3.00 Ejection Rules Ejection offenses include: 3.01Physical attack on an umpire, tournament official, associate director, associate officer, and/or any player or fan prior, during, or immediately following a game played under the authority of Perfect Game. 3.02Players, coaches, managers, or sponsors threatening an umpire, tournament official, associate director, or associate officer with physical harm. 3.03Any player, coach, manager, sponsor, director or officer who engages in physical fighting. 3.04 Using unsportsmanlike conduct or abusive language, symbol tactics, or derogatory or unbecoming acts. 3.05 Destruction of property or abuse or failure to pay. 3.06Receiving money directly or indirectly for playing on a team and/or based on athletic performance. 3.07 Competing under an assumed, false and/or altered name. 3.08 Use of any illegal equipment, substance, or falsification of any kind. 3.09 Tournament hosts have the authority to eject a player, fans or team anytime during a tournament of committing any of the above listed offenses. 3.10 A player or coach ejection carries removal from that game only. 3.11 A coach or manager who is ejected for the second time in a specific tournament is suspended for the rest of the event. Rule 4.00 Playing Field and Equipment 4.01 The playing field should be laid out according to age specific dimensions. The field must have a protected player dugout. Super25 Qualifier at Grand Park will be played at the following distances:
- 9U: 46×65
- 10U: 46×65
- 11U-12U: 50×70
- 13U: 54X80
- 14U-17U: 60×90
- 9U-12U: Metal bat. All bats must have a branding, label, or stamp proving BPF 1.15. NO WOOD BATS
- 13U: Metal bat. All bats must have a branding, label, or stamp proving BPF 1.15 or BBCOR on it. There is length to weight ratio maximum of -5 (5 ounces). NO WOOD BATS
- 14U-18U: Metal bat. All teams must use BBCOR -3 bats that are legal according to the National High School Federation. Wood bats are also allowed.
- Last hitter from previous inning @ 1st Base
- Hitter before him in the lineup @ 2nd Base
- Hitter before that in the lineup @ 3rd Base
- Normal substitution rules apply to these runners.
- The hitting team will start the inning with one out.
- Play continues until one team is ahead at the end of an inning.
- Enforced Pitching Limitations: All PGBA Events will follow PitchSmart Guidelines. See specific tournament Pitching Rules for additional information.
- Pool play overall record (winning percentage)
- If two teams are tied -Head to Head winner
- If three teams are tied – If one team has defeated both other teams, that team advances. If not go to #4.
- Total runs allowed in pool play.
- If still tied – Total runs scored in pool play
- If still tied – Total runs allowed subtracting game with most runs allowed in pool play
- If still tied – Total runs allowed minus two games with most runs allowed in pool play
- If still tied – Runs scored inning by inning starting with first game until one team has more runs after a complete inning starting with pool games
- Second place teams will always be taken ahead of 3rd place teams for wild cards, 3rd place ahead of 4th place, etc.
Grand Park Rules
Park General Rules
- NO ANIMALS (except service animals with paper work and bib) beyond parking lots
- NO outside food and beverages.
- NO gum or seeds allowed on fields.
- NO wading, swimming, fishing, or ice skating
- NO tobacco products, illegal drugs, or chemicals of any kind.
- NO spectator coolers or containers of any size.
- NO fireworks of any kind.
- NO missile / projectile like objects.
- NO glass bottles or aluminum cans.
- NO air horns, Vuvuzelas or whistles of any kind.
- NO skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, roller shoes, etc.
- NO un-authorized field or batting cage usage – all usage must be approved in advance.
- NO un-approved pamphlets, handouts, displays, advertisements, etc.
- NO un-authorized merchandise, food, beverage, or photography sales of any kind.
- NO un-authorized vehicles, scooters, carts or the like beyond parking lots.
- NO un-authorized Personal Training
- All RV/Camper’s should park in Parking Lot C; Overnight parking is not permitted
Severe Weather Policy
- Alarm will sound when lightning is within 13 miles (This is a solid tone siren, beacon lights will turn on)
- If the park experiences technical difficulties with the notification system, air horns will be used in a backup situation.
- There will be a 30 minute delay from the last lightning strike before the all clear sounds (This is a pulsing high/low tone, beacon lights will turn off)
- Grand Park management team, which includes anchor organizations, will communicate directly with Event Directors in the event of severe weather that requires evacuation.
- When severe weather alarm sounds, the red beacon lights will become active and all visitors and athletes must evacuate immediately to cars and stay in cars until the all clear signal sounds.
- Any guest unable to get to their vehicle quickly due to a handicap may seek safety at the nearest shelter building.
- In case of a tornado warning or other life threatening emergency, all visitors and athletes will be instructed to evacuate the park and seek shelter away from Grand Park.
- Concessions will be closed throughout the delay
- Grand Park does not provide on site medical services. AED’s are located at concession and administration buildings throughout the park.
- An event may bring its own medical/sports trainer (strongly encouraged), and they must be informed of the Grand Park emergency policies, which are as follows:
- If an emergency requires a 911 call, place the call, be sure to state the sport associated, and the field or diamond number.
- Once 911 has been called, inform Grand Park staff immediately about the emergency, so the onsite emergency plan can be activated. The plan includes the Grand Park emergency vehicle and directing emergency services personnel to the location of the incident.
Rules of Conduct
Protests are only available for a violation or misapplication of rules, not for disagreement with an umpire’s judgement call. You can not protest an umpire’s interpretation of a play. You can not protest (Not limited to these items)
- Balls and Strikes
- Out and Safe Calls
- Balk Calls
- Obstruction Calls
- If Zero Games are played 75% of entry fee will be returned as a credit for a future event run by Bullpen Tournaments.
- If 25% of your guaranteed tournament games are played 50% of entry fee will be returned as a credit for a future event run by Bullpen Tournaments
- If 33% of your guaranteed tournament games are played 40% of entry fee will be returned as a credit for a future event run by Bullpen Tournaments
- If you play 2 or more of your scheduled games, that is considered a full tournament.
- Credits are valid for 12 months from the time of the cancelled event.
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