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 opening day April 22nd

games schedules will be out in a few weeks

 TTA Baseball Pitch Count Limitations
9 & Under, 10 & Under
At a League Age 10 and Under pitcher shall not throw more than 75 pitches in the same game or on
the same day. Exception: If the pitcher reaches the maximum pitch count limit while facing a batter,
he may continue to pitch until the batter reaches base safely or is put out.
a)  If a pitcher throws 1 – 30 pitches he is not required any rest.
b)  If a pitcher throws 31 – 45 pitches he is required one day of rest
c)  If a pitcher throws 46 – 60 pitches he is required two days of rest
d)  If a pitcher throws 61+ pitches he is required three days of rest.
If a pitcher throws 30 or more pitches in one inning he must be removed from the mound and is done
for the day.
A pitcher shall be allowed to pitch in two or more games on the same day (example: tournament
games) provided he does not throw more than 40 pitches in the 1
st
game or more than 75 pitches
total.
Violation of any of these pitching rules will result in forfeiture of the game.
The pitch count will be kept by the official scorekeeper. The coach will get the pitch count from the
scorekeeper at the end of each half inning. Scorekeeper will not be bothered during the inning.
If a game is suspended by darkness, weather or other causes and resumed the following calendar day,
the pitcher of record at the time the game was halted may continue to the extent of his eligibility,
provided he has thrown 30 pitches or
Days of rest shall be calendar days.
12 & Under
At a League Age 12 and Under pitcher shall not throw more than 85 pitches in the same game or on
the same day. Exception: If the pitcher reaches the maximum pitch count limit while facing a batter,
he may continue to pitch until the batter reaches base safely or is put out.
a)  If a pitcher throws 1 – 30 pitches he is not required any rest.
b)  If a pitcher throws 31 – 45 pitches he is required one day of rest
c)  If a pitcher throws 46 – 60 pitches he is required two days of rest
d)  If a pitcher throws 61+ pitches he is required three days of rest.
If a pitcher throws 30 or more pitches in one inning he must be removed from the mound and is done
for the day.
A pitcher shall be allowed to pitch in two or more games on the same day (example: tournament
games) provided he does not throw more than 50 pitches in the 1
st
game or more than 85 pitches
total.
Violation of any of these pitching rules will result in forfeiture of the game.
The pitch count will be kept by the official scorekeeper. The coach will get the pitch count from the
scorekeeper at the end of each half inning. Scorekeeper will not be bothered during the inning.
If a game is suspended by darkness, weather or other causes and resumed the following calendar day,
the pitcher of record at the time the game was halted may continue to the extent of his eligibility,
provided he has thrown 30 pitches or less.
Days of rest shall be calendar days.
14 & Under, 15 & Under and HSE Boys
Will play by NFHS rules (High School Rules)
Days of rest shall be calendar days.

 

 Rule Clarifications/Changes for 2017 season
**May 25, 2016** In Boys 8U Coach Pitch and Girls 8U Coach Pitch, the defensive
player listed as pitcher shall be at a distance, no further than four (4) feet, beside or
behind the pitching rubber until the ball has been hit. In Boys 8U Machine Pitch and
Girls 8U Machine Pitch, the defensive player listed as pitcher shall be at a distance, no
further than four (4) feet, beside or behind the pitching rubber until the ball leaves the
machine.
Baseball bats diameters
For the 2017 season there is no limitation on length or diameter of the bat.  BBCOR
bats are allowed in all age groups.  All other non-wood bats must be stamped BPF 1.15
or less. BBCOR bats are required in High School Eligible.
Mercy Rule
On "Length Of Game", a Mercy Rule has been added to the existing rules.  It is as
follows:
For 6 inning games:     A run lead of Fifteen (15) after 2 ½ or 3 innings or Ten (10) after
3 ½ or 4 innings will be considered a complete game.
and
For 7 inning games:     A run lead of Fifteen (15) after 3½ or 4 innings or Ten (10) after
4 ½ or 5 innings will be considered a complete game.
Pitch Count for Baseball
TTA will have a pitch count for Baseball beginning in the 2017 season.  Details will be posted later