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2015 Oak Glen Baseball BASH Info

 

The Oak Glen Jr. Bears Baseball/Softball Association is excited to host the 6th Annual Baseball Bash! This year we have 22 teams from 3 states competing in 3 Divisions: 8U PINTO (6 teams), 10U MUSTANG (9 teams), and 12U BRONCO (6 teams).

 

Oak Glen Fields - Our Chester Complex (GPS address is 650 Railroad Street, Chester, WV) is located directly beside the Allison Elementary school and will be the primary fields used for this year's bash. It has 4 fields with a batting cage open to all teams, fully stocked concession stand, and restrooms. Tee ball field may be used for warmups. If we need to move games due to inclement weather, our New Cumberland Complex (GPS Address is 750 South Chester Street, New Cumberland, WV) may also be used.

 

PINTO 8U Division - All games will be played on Field B (middle field) - bases are 60 feet.

 

MUSTANG 10U Division - All pool play games will be played on Field A and 2 elimination round games will be played on Field C.

 

BRONCO 12U Division - All games will be played on Field C which is the one closest to the Ohio River.

 

 

Admission will be $3 per day or $5 for tournament pass. We hope everyone has a great tournament experience and a safe and Happy Fourth of July holiday!

 

***Below is a list of the Pools by Division and Master Schedule and if you want to download it in - click on Handouts section and you will find it in excel format.

 

  2015 Oak Glen Baseball Bash Schedule - UPDATED 7PM on 7/4/15

 

 ***NOTE Elimination Round Schedule is listed below and some start times have been slightly changed. GOOD LUCK Tomorrow!

 

 Please make sure to check the new schedule for updated times/location. We hope to get all games played on time but in the case of inclement weather, the schedule will be updated and head coaches notified. There is some rain in the forecast which may alter the start times or location (New Cumberland Field is backup) throughout the tournament. Good Luck and we hope you have a great holiday weekend!

 

 

 

PINTO  Pool A   MUSTANG Pool C
A1 Oak Glen (WV)   C7 Oak Glen (WV)
A2 Toronto (OH)   C8 Toronto (OH)
A3 East Liverpool (OH)   C9 Bergholz (OH)
Pool B   Pool D
B4 Steubenville (OH)   D10 Central Valley (PA)
B5 Wintersville (OH)   D11 Weirton (WV)
B6 Weirton (WV)   D12 Wellsburg (WV)
        Pool E
BRONCO Pool F   E13 Follansbee (WV)
F16 Brighton TWP (PA)   E14 Steubenville (OH)
F17 Oak Glen (WV)   E15 Wintersville (OH)
F18 Southern Local (OH)        
F19 Weirton (WV)        
Pool G        
G20 Central Valley (PA)        
G21 Toronto (OH)        
G22 Canonsburg (PA)        

 

 

2015 Oak Glen Jr. Bears Baseball Bash Schedule
Date Day Chester Field #B (PINTO) Chester Field #A (MUSTANG) Chester Field #C (BRONCO)
         
July 2nd Thursday Toronto 8U  lost 14-8 to  E. Liverpool Weirton 10U won 9-0 over Wellsburg Oak Glen 12U lost 3-0 to Southern Local
July 2nd Thursday Steubenville 8U lost 13-7 to  Weirton 8U Follansbee lost 11-4 to  Wintersville 10U Toronto 12U lost 11-0 to Canonsburg
         
July 3rd Friday   Follansbee lost 7-6 to Steubenville 10U  
July 3rd Friday Oak Glen 8U lost 14-13 to Toronto 8U Central Valley 10U lost 9-1 to Wellsburg 10U Oak Glen 12U lost 18-4 to Weirton 12U
July 3rd Friday Wintersville 8U lost 11-10 to Weirton 8U Steubenville 10U won 9-4 over Wintersville 10U Brighton Twp won 8-4 over Southern Local
July 3rd Friday   Central Valley 10U lost 19-4 to Weirton 10U Central Valley 12U lost 14-1 to Canonsburg
July 3rd Friday      
         
July 4th Saturday   Oak Glen 10U won 14-6 over Toronto 10U Southern Local lost 11-2 to Weirton 12U
July 4th Saturday Steubenville 8U lost 7-3 to Wintersville 8U Oak Glen 10U lost 11-1 to  Bergholz Brighton Twp lost 14-1 to Weirton 12U
July 4th Saturday Oak Glen 8U lost 27-13 to E.Liverpool 8U Toronto 10U lost 17-2 to Bergholz Central Valley 12U won 11-1 over Toronto 12U
July 4th Saturday    10U Playoff: E#3 FOLLANSBEE won 12-2 over D#3 Seed CENTRAL VALLEY Brighton Twp lost 11-6 to Oak Glen 12U
         
July 5th Sunday 8U Playoff: B#2 WINTERSVILLE 8U vs C#3 Oak Glen 8U @ 930AM 10U Playoff:  C#2 OAK GLEN 10U vs D#2 WELLSBURG @ 8AM 10U Playoff:  E#1 STEUBENVILLE 10U vs C#3 TORONTO 10U @ 8AM
July 5th Sunday 8U Playoff: A#2 TORONTO 8U vs. STEUBENVLLE 8U @ 11AM 10U Playoff:  D#1 WEIRTON 10U vs E#2 WINTERSVILLE 10U @ 10AM 10U Playoff:  C#1 BERGHOLZ vs FOLLANSBEE 10U @ 930AM
July 5th Sunday 8U Semifinal 1: A#1 EAST LIVERPOOL 8U  vs B2/A3 @ 1230PM 10U Semifinal:  Winner C2/D2 vs Winner E1/C3 @1145AM 12U Playoff: G#2 CENTRAL VALLEY 12U vs. F#3 OAK GLEN 12U @ 11AM
July 5th Sunday 8U Semifinal 2: B#1 Seed WEIRTON 8U vs A2/B3 @ 2PM 10U Semifinal:  Winner D1/E2 vs Winner C1/(E3/D3) @ 130PM 12U Playoff: F#2 SOUTHERN LOCAL vs. G#3 TORONTO 12U @ 1245PM
July 5th Sunday 8U PINTO Championship @ 330PM 10U Mustang Championship @ 330PM 12U Semifinal 1: F#1 WEIRTON 12U vs G2/F3 @ 230PM
July 5th Sunday     12U Semifinal 2: G#1 CANONSBURG 12U vs F2/G3 @ 415PM
July 5th Sunday     12U BRONCO Championship @ 6PM

 

 

2015 OGJB Baseball Bash SCORE SHEET

 

 

2015 Oak Glen Jr. Bears Baseball Bash SCORE SHEET   POOL PLAY RESULTS
                         
  8U Pools Pool A W L RA RS  SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2  
  A1 Oak Glen (WV)    \\  41 26 A#3   L 14-13  L 27-13  
  A2 Toronto (OH)  / \ 27 21 A#2   L 14-8  W 14-13  
  A3 East Liverpool (OH) //   21 41 A#1   W 14-8  W 27-13  
  Pool B W L RA RS SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2  
  B1 Steubenville (OH)   \\ 20 10 B#3   L 13-7  L 7-3  
  B2 Wintersville (OH)  /  \  14  17 B#2   L11-10  W 7-3  
  B3 Weirton (WV) //   17 24 B#1   W 13-7  W 11-10  
                         
  MUSTANG Pool C W L RA RS SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2  
  C7 Oak Glen (WV)  /  \  18  15 C#2    W 14-6  L 11-1  
  C8 Toronto (OH)    \\  31  8 C#3    L 14-6  L 17-2  
  C9 Bergholz (OH)  //    3  28 C#1    W11-1  W 17-2  
  Pool D W L RA RS SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2  
  D10 Central Valley (PA)    //  28  5 D#3    L 9-1  L 19-4  
  D11 Weirton (WV) //    4  28 D#1   W 9-0  W 19-4  
  D12 Wellsburg (WV)  / /  9  0 D#2   L 9-0  W 9-1  
  Pool E W L RA RS SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2  
  E13 Follansbee (WV)   //  19  10 E#3   L 12-4  L 7-6  
  E14 Steubenville (OH)  //    10  16 E#1   W 7-6  W 9-4  
  E15 Wintersville (OH) /  /  4  12 E#2   W 12-4  L 9-4  
                         
  BRONCO Pool F W L RA RS SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2 GAME 3
  F16 Brighton TWP (PA)  /  //  29  15 F#4    W 8-4  L 14-1  L 11-6
  F17 Oak Glen (WV)  \ \\ 27 15 F#3   L 3-0  L 18-4  W 11-6
  F18 Southern Local (OH)  \  \\ 19 9 F#2   W 3-0  L 8-4  L 11-2
  F19 Weirton (WV)  ///    7  43 F#1   W 18-4  W 14-1  W 11-2
  Pool G W L RA RS SEED   GAME 1 GAME 2 GAME 3
  G20 Central Valley (PA)  \  \  20  17 G#2    W 16-6  L 14-1  ---------
  G21 Toronto (OH)    \\  27  6 G#3    L 11-0 L 16-6  ----------
  G22 Canonsburg (PA)  //    1  25 G#1   W 11-0   W 14-1  ----------

2015 Oak Glen BASH Rules

 

 


2015 Oak Glen Jr. Bears Baseball Bash Tournament General Regulations 

  1. Tournament type:  Level B – Recreational (Single Community) League  (NO TRAVEL TEAMS) 
  2. 3 games guaranteed. 2 rounds of pool play depending on # of teams, then single elimination.  Seedings determined by overall record with ties broken by: head-to-head, runs against, runs scored, coin flip. 
  3. Age category is determined by the player’s age as of 4/30/2015 (must be max age for division prior to above date to be eligible). 
  4. Birth certificates for each player must be maintained by the team manager and presented if requested by an Umpire or Tournament Official. 
  5. If any player is found to be over the age limit for her category, then the team will be DISQUALIFIED FROM THE ENTIRE TOURNAMANT and given NO refund. 
  6. There will be no practice on the infields throughout the entire tournament (exception = just prior to game start, time 5 minutes) 
  7. To expedite the games, each starting or new relief pitcher will get 5 warm-up throws when the game begins or if a new pitcher comes in for relief.  Only 3 warm-up pitches will be permitted at the beginning of each new inning or if a previous pitcher pitches again.  After the final warm-up throw, the catcher may “throw the ball down” to 2nd base.  Furthermore, there will be no throwing warm-ups by other players on the field in between innings.   
  8. Misconduct and/or foul language from fans, managers, coaches and players will NOT be tolerated. Anyone ejected will have to sit out the next game.  Offenders may also be ejected from the complex and could result in dismissal of team from the tournament. 
  9. Time limits will be strictly enforced for game lengths.  The umpire will be official time keeper. 
  10. Pony and/or tournament rules apply and all umpire decisions are final. 
  11. Bases: 8U and 10U (60 ft.), 12U (70ft.)
  12. Pitching Distance: 8U (38 ft), 10U (44 ft), 12U (48 ft)
  13. ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY- The tournament has a “zero tolerance policy” regarding the behavior of coaches, fans, players and parents.  Anyone displaying inappropriate or disruptive behavior, including but not limited to verbal or physical abuse towards any umpire, tournament official, player, coach, parent or fan, obscene or vulgar language at any time, taunting, or throwing any object which results in a safety hazard will result in the immediate ejection of the offending individual from the game, field or tournament at the sole discretion of the tournament director or his designee.  Failure of a coach, player, parent or fan to leave the game or field as directed will result in a game and possible tournament forfeiture.  Once the offending coach, player, parent or fan has been removed, play will resume without any make-up for lost time unless it works to the disadvantage of the innocent team
  14. Please call or text DAVE BROWN (304) 670-2146 who is Tournament Director and President, OGJBBSA with scores/questions.

     


2015 Tournament Rules for 12U BRONCO  

  1. Teams play with 9 fielders. 
  2. An Extra Hitter (EH) may be used but must be declared at start of game.  If injury removes EH from lineup (go from 10 to 9), automatic out will be enforced.   In case of substitutions, batters 1-4 must re-enter game in same batting position, batters 5-9/10 can reenter anywhere in lineup. 
  3. EH can be substituted for and can enter game as substitute for a fielder. 
  4. 9 players are required to begin a game. 
  5. Line-up cards must be turned into the umpire before the start of each game or upon an umpire’s or tournament official’s request. 
  6. Home team is determined by the umpire’s coin toss before the start of each game. 
  7. Any team not available to play by 10 minutes after start time will forfeit. 
  8. Innings: 7 innings, no new inning will start if time has passed 1:45 hours for pool play, 2 hrs for elimination tourney, but unlimited for championship game. 
  9. No tie breaker during pairing/seating games.  These games CAN end in a tie. 
  10. Championship game will be 7 full innings, officiated by 2 umpires and if there is a tie after 7 innings, then the game will proceed into extra innings. 
  11. Mercy rules in effect for all games (15 runs after 4 innings, 10 runs after 5 innings).  No per inning run limit. 
  12. Infield Fly rule in effect (umpires discretion) 
  13. Dropped 3rd Strike rule in effect. 
  14. Leading off and stealing is permitted, anytime.  Balks will be enforced.  
  15. Pitchers will be allowed a maximum of 3 innings per game for the duration of the tournament (1 pitch to a batter constitutes 1 inning).  There is no tournament maximum or daily maximum.
  16. Rules not mentioned here will be governed by the Pony Tournament rule book.  All umpire decisions are final.

 

2015 Tournament Rules for 10U MUSTANG   

  1. Each team shall field 10 players but must have 9 players to start a game.  If the team does not have the required number of players when the 10th batter is due to bat, an out will be recorded regardless of injury/absence.  In case of substitution, batters 1-4 must reenter game in same batting position, batters 5-10 can reenter anywhere. 
  2. Line-up cards must be turned into the umpire before the start of each game or upon an umpire’s or tournament official’s request. 
  3. Home team is determined by the umpire’s coin toss before the start of each game. 
  4. Any team not available to play by 10 minutes after start time will forfeit. 
  5. Innings: 6 innings, no new inning will start if time has passed 1 hour, 45 minutes for pool play/elimination rounds and unlimited for championship game. 
  6. No tie breaker during pairing/seeding games.  These games CAN end in a tie. 
  7. Championship game will be 6 full innings, officiated by 2 umpires and if there is a tie after 6 innings, then the game will proceed into extra innings. 
  8. Mercy rules in effect for all games (10 runs after 4.5, or 5 for home team).  6 run maximum per inning, unlimited runs allowed in 6th inning. (Inning limit can be exceeded only on “over the fence” home runs. 
  9. Infield Fly rule is in effect (according to umpire) 
  10. NO Dropped 3rd Strike rule in effect. 
  11. Stealing is permitted as runners are allowed to lead off once ball crosses the plate.   Stealing Home only permitted on passed ball (umpire’s discretion). 
  12. No “Delayed Stealing”.  Once catcher has possession of ball and runners have stopped commitment to steal – runner returns to base. 
  13. Pitchers will be allowed a maximum of 3 innings per game.   There is no tournament maximum.  (1 pitch to a batter constitutes 1 inning). 
  14. Rules not mentioned here will be governed by the Pony Tournament rule book.  All umpire decisions are final.


2015 Tournament Rules - 8U PINTO  

  1. PLAYER AGE - Any player may participate if he/she has not obtained 9th birthday on or before April 30, 2015.

  2. TEAM ROSTERS & PLAYERS- Each team shall have a roster of no less than 10 and no more than 15 players.  Each team shall field 10 players but must have 9 players to start a game.  If a team only has 9 players, the team must field a pitcher and catcher.  If the team does not have the required number of players when the 10th batter is due to bat, an out will be recorded.  If a team starts with 9 players, that team may insert late arrivals at any time but only at the end of the batting order.  Late arriving players must be inserted at the bottom of the order and informed to the umpire upon arriving.  If a team cannot field 9 players when the umpire or tournament director calls the game to start, the game will be forfeited.  Line-up cards must be turned into the umpire before the start of each game or upon an umpire’s or tournament official’s request.

  3. Any team not available to play by 10 minutes after start time will forfeit. 

  4. Innings: 6 innings, no new inning will start if time has passed 1 hour 30 minutes for pool play and elimination round and unlimited for championship game.  Pool play games can end in tie.

  5. SUBSTITUTION –  A team must use 10 players and 4 outfielder who are positioned at least 10 feet off the base path. If only 9 players used, a pitcher and catcher must be filled.  Each individual team will have to bat the “entire” roster (Max 15) in continuous order.  

  6. COACH/PICTHER/CIRCLE - The adult coach/pitcher must stay inside the nine foot diameter circle, unless he must vacate the circle to avoid interfering with a player making a play on the ball or a throw to a base. If the adult coach/pitcher is hit with a batted ball before it is touched by any other player, play is dead, and the batter returns to hit as if the last pitch never happened. The coach/pitcher must start the pitching motion from the pitching rubber.  The adult coach/pitcher must take whatever measures possible to avoid interference with play on the field. If the coach/pitcher interferes with play on the field without taking appropriate measures to avoid interference, the batter is out and any base runners are returned to their original positions. If the coach/pitcher attempts to or takes possession of the ball before play is ruled dead by the umpire, the play on the field is dead.  The coach/pitcher may pitch in any manner allowed by Major League Baseball.  The Coach/Pitcher who starts the inning must finish the inning unless injured.

  7. PITCHER/PLAYER - The player fielding the pitcher position must start, prior to the ball leaving the hand of the coach/pitcher, towards the rear of the pitching circle to the left or right of the coach pitcher inside the circle.

  8. FIVE PITCH RULE - A batter is declared out after failing to hit a fair ball after 5 pitches have or 3 strikes (whichever occurs first) unless the last pitch was a foul, then proceed with another pitch.

  9. STOPPAGE OF PLAY - To stop play the ball must be returned to and in control of the player/pitcher inside the pitching circle OR an infielder has control of the ball within the infield and asks for time.  Once this occurs, the ball is considered dead, and the umpire will stop play. The umpire will then determine the placement of the runners with regard to the hash marks at the time the ball is considered dead or time-out is awarded.  Hash marks shall be placed ¾ of the way between all bases except home and first.  The player’s whole body must cross the plane of the hash mark before the ball is controlled by pitcher inside the circle or time-out has been awarded, in order to advance to the next base.  The umpire will direct the runner to the appropriate base.

  10. RUN LIMIT - There is a 5 run limit per team per inning with exceptions for the 6th inning (unlimited until 3 outs recorded) and any subsequent inning.  If a homerun, over the fence, results in more than 5 runs scored in any of the first 5 innings the runs WILL count.

  11. BAT THROWING - Throwing the bat in the judgment of the umpire will result in one team warning per team and then an out will be called on all other occurrences.

  12. LEAVING BASE - A runner may not leave the base they are occupying until the ball is hit.   There will be one team warning given per team and then an out will be called on all subsequent infractions.

  13. BASE PATHS - The base path is approximately the width of the hash of three feet on either side of the direct line from the center of one base to another.

  14. RUNNER HIT BY BATTED BALL - If a base runner that has moved out of the batter’s box is hit by a batted ball in fair territory, the hit runner is out.  Play is now dead.  All base runners must return to their previously achieved base.  The batter shall be awarded first base unless he was the one hit by the ball.  If first base is occupied by another offensive player, that offensive player shall move to second base, etc. 

  15. BASE RUNNER INTERFERENCE - If a base runner interferes with a fielder’s opportunity to catch or throw the ball, the interfering runner shall be out.  Play is now dead. 

  16. DEFENSIVE PLAYER INTERFERENCE - If a defensive player who does not possess the ball or is not attempting to catch the ball interferes with a base runner’s base path, the umpire shall award the base runner any base the umpire judges that the base runner could have safely obtained without interference.

  17. NUMBER OF MANAGER/COACHES - Only five individuals designated as coaches shall be permitted in and around the team bench area, including any scorekeeper.  No coached are allowed on the field while their team is on defense and only 2 on offense.

  18. COACH INTERFERENCE - Any base runner touched by a coach while the ball is in play shall be declared “out”- no warnings.  Any coach interfering with a ball in play while his team is batting will result in the immediate out of the batter and all base runners returned to their original positions. 

  19. NO INFIELD FLY RULE- Runner may advance as usual after any caught fly ball.

  20. INJURIES DURING PLAY - Time will be called by the umpire if in his opinion immediate attention is necessary to an injured player.  If injury is caused by a batted ball, the batting team may elect to have runners placed by the umpire at the time the ball was declared dead with each runner advancing at least one base or elect to have a “dead ball/ no pitch” and resume the at bat.  Otherwise, the umpire will place the base runners according to the hash marks when time was called.

  21. BIRTH CERTIFICATES - Each team shall submit a copy of each player’s birth certificate or other reliable birth date documentation at the coach’s meeting. 

  22. BAT SIZE - Bats shall be no more than 2 5/8 inches in diameter.

  23. HOME TEAM - Higher Seeded Team is decided by coin flip during pool play and higher seed during play-offs.

  24. MERCY RULE – 15 runs after 4 completed innings of play or by 10 runs after 5 completed innings of play.

  25. SCORING – 5 runs maximum per inning, unlimited runs allowed in 6th inning. Inning limit can be exceeded only on “over the fence” home runs.

  26. PROTECTIVE GEAR - A batter must wear a helmet.  The player/pitcher must wear a helmet with a face guard or a face protector and a chest protector or heart guard. 

  27. PLAY AT THE PLATE- runner proceeding from 3rd base to home must slide if the catcher is attempting to tag him or the catcher is preparing to catch an incoming throw around the home plate area.  If the runner fails to slide, he shall be declared out if he initiates any contact with the catcher.

  28. SLIDING - No head first sliding is permitted at any time; the runner will be declared out. 

  29. No bunting is allowed and any attempt will result in automatic out.


 

 


Upcoming Events

Sunday,  Jul 5
OG Baseball Bash
Chester Main
Friday,  Jul 10
OG Softball Bash
Chester Main
Saturday,  Jul 11
OG Softball Bash
Chester Main
Sunday,  Jul 12
OG Softball Bash
Chester Main

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