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Roster Protests Specifics: See rule book page 60.

Player eligibility protests made during the game must be declared to the Plate Umpire. Player eligibility protests made after the game must be declared to the tournament director. During pool play, protests on player eligibility must be made before pool play has concluded and bracket seedings have been established. During bracket play, protests on player eligibility must be made before either team has begun their next game. If a player eligibility protest cannot be resolved at the time of the protest, the game shall be completed. A. If the eligibility protest is upheld before the game is completed: the offending team loses the game, is ejected from the tournament, is placed last in the standings and forfeits all awards, sponsor travel money and 60 15th Edition (Printed 1-2019) berths that would have been awarded at that tournament. B. If the eligibility protest is upheld after the game is completed but during the tournament: the game shall stand as played. However the offending team is ejected from the tournament, and assumes the same penalties as above. C. If the eligibility protest is upheld after the tournament is completed, the team shall be placed last in the tournament standings and the standings shall be adjusted accordingly.

Temp fences are used on Fields 2, 4, 5, 6, and 11.

Please be aware of unique rules when balls roll around or through them.

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Tie Breakers for Pool Play and Rain Shortened Events

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Click here for a preview of Tournament rules that will be used during these events. They supersede the USSSA rule book.

Rotary Park Tourney Game Rules updated courtesy runner rule, shorthanded penalty for 2020 sesaon

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