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2019 PG 14U Midwest Spring Invitational Schedule Friday, May 10 Gm

Time

Teams

Location

2

5:30 PM 2

V Iowa Sticks Wagner H Hitters 2023 Grads

Riverfront Stadium

1

6:30 PM 3

V Lou Collier/DB A's H Iowa Select 2023 Oberthien

Mt. Mercy University

4

7:45 PM 1

V St. Louis Prospects-Clark H Iowa Sticks Romanchuk

Riverfront Stadium

3

8:45 PM 3

V Iowa Select 2023 Oberthien H Gamers 14 Gray

Mt. Mercy University

Saturday, May 11 Gm

Time

Teams

Location

5

9:00 AM 1

V Recruits Baseball Club H St. Louis Prospects-Clark

Mt. Mercy University

6

9:00 AM 2

V IL Gators H Iowa Sticks Wagner

Marion HS

7

11:15 AM 1

V Iowa Sticks Romanchuk H Recruits Baseball Club

Mt. Mercy University

8

11:30 AM 2

V Hitters 2023 Grads H IL Gators

Marion HS

9

1:30 PM 3

V Gamers 14 Gray H Lou Collier/DB A's

Mt. Mercy University

10

3:00 PM Consolation

V TBD H TBD

Marion HS

11

4:00 PM Consolation

V TBD H TBD

Mt. Mercy University

12

5:30 PM Semifinals

V #3 Seed H #2 Seed

Marion HS

13

6:30 PM Semifinals

V #4 Seed (Wildcard) H #1 Seed

Mt. Mercy University

Sunday, May 12 Gm

Time

Teams

Location

14

9:00 AM Consolation

V TBD H TBD

Riverfront Stadium

15

9:00 AM Consolation

V TBD H TBD

Independence HS

16

11:30 AM Championship

V TBD H TBD

Riverfront Stadium

17

11:30 AM Consolation

V Semi-Final Loser H Semi-Final Loser

Independence HS

18

2:00 PM Consolation

V TBD H TBD

Independence HS

19

2:00 PM Consolation

V TBD H TBD

Riverfront Stadium

2019 PG 14U Midwest Spring Invitational Pools

1

2

3

Recruits Baseball Club St. Louis Prospects-Clark Iowa Sticks Romanchuk

Hitters 2023 Grads IL Gators Iowa Sticks Wagner

Lou Collier/DB A's Iowa Select 2023 Oberthien Gamers 14 Gray

Gamers 14 Gray NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

3 Aiden Bryowsky 13 Aidan Koutroubis

2B

5-1

101 R/R 2023 St. John Vianney

Fenton, MO

C

5-1

95

Chesterfield, MO

15 Quinn Council

RH 6-2 P LHP 5-8

16 James Wortham 22 Charlie Isom-McCall 23 Max Adelman 27 29 30 33

Gannon Sturdy Erik Rabbitt Max Ott Johnny Stinnett

35 Jacob Appleton 36 Aidan Houseworth 39 Eli Hart 40 Josh Cunningham 43 Nathan Mack 45 Colten Oelze 54 Joey Schweppe

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

R/R 2023 Chaminade College Prep 210 R/R 2023 Chaminade College Prep 128 R/L 2023 St. Charles West

HOMETOWN, ST.

St. Louis, MO St. Charles, MO

MIF

R/R 2024

RH P 1B 6-2

R/R 2023 230 R/R 2023 Kirkwood Sr.

St. Louis, MO

C

135 R/R 2023 Eureka

Eureka, MO

115 R/R 2023 Whitfield

St. Louis, MO

5-9

OF 5-6

RH R/R 2023 P RH 5-6 130 R/R 2023 Seckman Sr. P SS 5-11 150 L/R 2023 Chaminade College Prep LHP 5-11 130 L/L 2022 Ladue Horton Watkins OF 5-3

94

RH 5-6 P 3B

122 R/R 2023 Fox Sr.

R/R 2023 Francis Howell North

SS 5-9

140 L/R 2023 Parkway West

Imperial, MO Saint Louis, MO St Louis, MO St. Charles, MO Fenton, MO

R/R 2023 Ballwin, MO

Hitters 2023 Grads NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

1 Alex Alicea 3 Zachary Rechner 6 Austin Glasener

SS 5-4

120 S/R 2023 Thomas More

Milwaukee, WI

2B

140 R/R 2023 Catholic Memorial

Pewaukee, WI

9 Sam Stueber

RH 5-9 P 2B 5-2

145 R/R 2023 Muskego

South Milwaukee, WI Muskego, WI

101 R/R 2023 Nathan Hale

West Allis, WI

3B

155 R/R 2023 Franklin

Franklin, WI

OF 6-1

155 R/R 2023 Oak Creek

Oak Creek, WI

1B

165 R/R 2023 St. Joseph

Kenosha, WI

13 14 15 17 19 22 28 29 30

Owen Ustruck Boston Halloran Zachary Olson Luke Schuler JT Kelenic Nick Lacson Adam Switalski Jack Larose Addison Tevz

32 Evan Shapiro 44 Maxamillion Martin

5-9

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

OF 5-10 140 R/R 2023 South Milwaukee

5-8

6-1

OF 6-1 C

165 R/R 2023 Catholic Memorial

5-11 165 R/R 2023 Barrington

HOMETOWN, ST.

Waukesha, WI Tower Lakes, IL

SS 5-11 150 R/R 2023 Westosha Central

Burlington, WI

3B

134 R/R 2023 Muskego

Muskego, WI

165 R/R 2023 New Berlin Middle

New Berlin, WI

5-6

RH 5-7 P RH 6-3 P C 5-5

170 R/R 2023 Wauwatosa East

Wauwatosa, WI

170 R/R 2023 Franklin

Franklin, WI

Iowa Select 2023 Oberthien IL Gators NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

2 7 8 9 10

Brady Smallie Bryer Arview Joshua Hutton James Vambaketes Nic Funk

2B

15 15 17 18 20 23 24 25 50

Chase Bellagante Chase Bellgant Kaden Griffitts Wyatt Bugger Conner Budnicki Brady Wilson Reid O'Brien Ryan Wilson Clayton Rentschler

5-8

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

HOMETOWN, ST.

150 L/R 2023 Granite City

Granite City, IL

SS 5-9

150 L/R 2023 Civic Memorial

Bethalto, IL

C

170 R/R 2023 Triad

Troy, IL

5-9

LHP 5-11 135 L/L

2022 Alton

RH 5-8 170 R/R 2023 Triad P 3B 5-10 160 R/R 2023 Greenville 3B

Godfrey, IL Troy, IL Pocahontas, IL

R/R 2023

LHP 5-7

135 L/L

2023 Williamsville

OF 5-8

115 R/R 2023 Triad

Edwardsville, IL

3B

5-6

130 R/R 2023 Mulberry Grove

Smithboro, IL

2B

5-6

110 R/R 2023 Francis Howell

Defiance, MO

1B

5-11 165 L/R 2023 Triad

Troy, IL

C

5-10 150 R/R 2023

St Peters, MO

OF 5-11 138 R/R 2023 Riverton

Riverton, IL

Riverton, IL

NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

2 3 4 5 7 7 8 9 9 11 11 12 13 14 15 16

2B

5-1

102 R/R 2023 Xavier

Cedar Rapids, IA

SS 5-1

102 R/R 2023 Xavier

Cedar Rapids, IA

3B

130 R/R 2023 Regina Catholic

Iowa City, IA

Carson Schenck Cooper Schenck Jack Tierney Lane Baxter Keegan Eastman Henry Bottorff Danny Gavin Mason Hartman Kaden Frommelt Cade Reisner Elijah Koopmann Kaden Marso Easton Pratt Will Ward Blake Timmons Pierce Anderson

5-8

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

HOMETOWN, ST.

OF 6-0

165 L/R 2023 George Washington

Cedar Rapids, IA

OF 5-2

125 R/R 2023 Janesville

Janesville, IA

2B

90

Iowa City, IA

5-2

R/R 2023 Regina Catholic

OF 5-7

140 L/L

2023 Regina Catholic

Iowa City, IA

1B

5-6

130 L/L

2023 Mount Vernon

Cedar Rapids, IA

C

5-7

114 R/R 2023 Marion

2B

4-11 80

2B

5-8

R/R 2023 Hempstead

130 R/R 2023 Xavier

OF 5-11 155 L/L OF 5-7

2023 Dowling Catholic

115 R/R 2023 Ankeny Centennial

Marion, IA Dubuque, IA Cedar Rapids, IA Urbandale, IA Polk City, IA

OF 5-10 170 R/R 2023 West Delaware

Manchester, IA

SS 5-8

Solon, IA

3B

142 L/R 2023 Solon

5-11 190 R/R 2023 Johnston

Johnston, IA

Iowa Sticks Wagner

Iowa Sticks Romanchuk

NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

West Des Moines, IA

2 Cooper Andrews 3 John Morris

2B

105 R/R 2024 Waukee

Waukee, IA

137 R/R 2024 Ankeny

Ankeny, IA

140 R/R 2023 Waukee

Waukee, IA

4 Owen Stark

155 L/L

West Des Moines, IA

SS 5-11 175 L/R 2024 Waukee

Waukee, IA

7 Gabe Reinhardt

LHP 6-2

170 L/L

Urbandale, IA

1B

6-0

180 R/R 2023 Ankeny

Ankeny, IA

C

5-5

125 R/R 2023 Interstate 35

Saint Charles, IA

OF 5-8

135 R/R 2023 Waukee

Waukee, IA

2B

110 L/R 2023 Valley

RH 5-10 170 R/R 2023 Dowling Catholic P 1B 5-10 240 R/R 2023 Woodward-Granger

West Des Moines, IA West Des Moines, IA Woodward, IA

OF 5-10 160 R/L 2023 Ankeny Centennial

Ankeny, IA

NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

1 Colin Bryant

RH 5-10 135 R/R 2022 Waukee P OF R/R 2024

5 9 9 12 20 20 25 45

Tyson Schlicher Blake Hauck Adam Kayko Sam Harris Ryan Maire Shae Bednar Colin Driscoll Ty Plummer

49 George Nahas 95 Clayton Campidilli Easton Miller

C

5-8

5-4

WT B/T

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

2023 Urbandale

HOMETOWN, ST.

8 13 18 24 28 34 49

Rhett Pleggenkuhle Andrew McDonough Eric Nuno Ian Fisher Nate Bierma Brady Ecklund Brayden Foster

Lou Collier/DB A's NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

0 0 0 0

1B

100 L/L

2023 Brooks College Prep Ac Riverdale, IL

Amir Faulkner Payton Crims Robert Tate Dennis Butler

0 Payton Crims 0 Zion Rose 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Kyrent Cole Antonio Barnes Kameron Gethers Antwan Harvey Kenny Jackson Frederick Ragsdale Terrance Stewart Alonso Alvarez

6 Cam Collier

5-3

OF

L/L

HOMETOWN, ST.

2023

SS 5-1

105 S/R 2023 Homewood-Flossmoor

Olympia Fields, IL

OF 5-3

128 L/L

2024 Simeon Career Academy 5-10 110 S/R 2023 A B Shepard

Chicago, IL

5-11 170 R/R 2023 Simeon Career Academy OF 4-10 82 R/R 2023 Mount Carmel

Chicago, IL

3B

3B C

Alsip, IL

Chicago, IL

5-9

145 R/R 2023 Lake Central

St John, IN

OF 6-0

160 R/R 2023 Brother Rice

Schererville, IN

2B

5-3

100 R/R 2023 Lindblom Math & Scienc Chicago, IL

3B

5-7

143 R/R 2023 Rich Central Campus

Richton Park, IL

116 L/L

Burr Ridge, IL

OF 5-3

2023 Lyons Twp

OF 5-10 135 R/R 2023 Homewood-Flossmoor

Flossmoor, IL

RH 5-7 P SS 6-0

140 R/R 2023 Noble Street Charter

Chicago, IL

190 L/R 2023 Mt Carmel

Chicago, IL

5-4

RH 5-9 P LHP 5-8 RH P OF 5-4

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

2023 Waukee

HOMETOWN, ST.

R/R 2024 105 R/R 2024

1B

5-11 130 R/R 2024

2B

R/R 2023 2023 Norwalk

Adel, IA Des Moines, IA

1B

6-0

180 L/L

C

5-2

110 R/R 2023 Valley

Norwalk, IA Clive, IA

3B

5-8

126 L/R 2024

Waukee, IA

1B

5-5

135 R/R 2024

Polk City, IA

St. Louis Prospects-Clark NO PLAYER NAME

POS HT

WT B/T

1 Carter Creech 2 Max Cohen 7 Will Muench

2B

115 R/R 2023 Marquette Senior

Chesterfield, MO

105 L/L

Ballwin, MO

9 11 13 18 22 23 27 34 35

3B

Carson Clark Thomas Matejcic Grant Sawyer Jason Smith Hunter Brickson Alex Ebling Oliver Degenhardt Patrick Martinez Andrew Merseal

5-6

OF 5-3

GRAD HIGH SCHOOL

2023 Marquette Senior

SS 5-10 145 L/R 2023 Timberland 5-8

SS 5-5

HOMETOWN, ST.

120 R/R 2023 Fort Zumwalt West

Lake St. Louis, MO Ofallon, MO

114 R/R 2023 Lindbergh Senior

Saint Louis, MO

OF 5-10 140 R/R 2023 Westminster Christian

Wildwood, MO

C

6-1

120 R/R 2023 De Smet Jesuit

Manchester, MO

1B

6-0

177 L/R 2023 Wentzville Holt

Wentzville, MO

2B

5-8

140 R/R 2023 Westminster Christian

St. Louis, MO

SS 5-8

140 R/R 2023 St. John Vianney

Saint Louis, MO

C

135 R/R 2023 Francis Howell North

St. Charles, MO

125 R/R 2023 St. Pius X

Festus, MO

5-9

OF 5-6

Perfect Game Pitching Rules

1. Below is the maximum number of pitches allowed per day in Perfect Game tournaments. Players will be required to rest said number of calendar days when reaching pitch limit. Official pitch counts are tracked by PG Field Scout unless communicated otherwise. Teams are encouraged to also track their pitch counts for both teams. Limits apply to specific tournament age division, not player age. (i.e. 15-year-old player in 17U tournament will go by 17U requirements.) Age

Daily Pitch Max

Required Rest (Pitches) 0 Days

1 Day

2 Days

3 Days

4 Days

7-8

50

1-20

21-35

36-50

N/A

N/A

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

61-80

81+

2. Once a pitcher reaches his daily maximum limit, he must be removed from the game. If a pitcher reaches the maximum limit of pitches in a game during a batter’s plate appearance, the pitcher may continue in the game until such plate appearance or the inning ends (i.e. by a third out made by catching a runner stealing), whichever comes first. There is no team penalty for this, but the pitcher must adhere to prescribed pitch counts for the remainder of the event. 3. If a pitcher is brought into a game sooner than the mandatory calendar days’ rest, he becomes an ineligible player. According to NFHS Rule 3.1.1: An ineligible player on defense shall be replaced immediately upon discovery by the umpire or either team. Once discovered by teams, umpires, or PG Staff, the umpire & Official Scorekeeper will confirm eligibility with Tournament Headquarters. If deemed ineligible, team will have the opportunity to remove player from game. The replacement pitcher will be allowed adequate time to warm up. A pitcher is only allowed to pitch in one game per day unless pitcher throws 20 or fewer pitches in first game. In that case, pitcher may pitch in 2nd game of day. Pitch totals for both games combined will require prescribed daily limits and required rest.

4. No pitcher is allowed to pitch 3 days in a row regardless of pitch counts. 27

WWBA-BCS Rules (Updated 5/22/18) Coaches: Be sure you are aware of all rules and rule changes. Perfect Game reserves the right to amend these rules at any time for specific tournament play. National High School Federation Baseball Rules will be enforced with the following exceptions.

IMPORTANT RULES and INFORMATION

TEAMS DEPARTING BEFORE THE END OF THE TOURNAMENT WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE IN THE PLAYOFFS!!!!! If this happens we will take the second-place team out of the pool or the next best team. The Tournament Director will rule in the fairest possible way. Pool Play: All Pool Play games will be played with a strict two-hour time limit. No inning can start after two hours. Time will be kept by the PG Field Director. For each team's pool games, the home team will be predetermined. All pool games that are tied after 7 innings or the 2-hour time limit will be recorded a tie. A tie is equal to a ½ win and ½ loss for each team. Championship Round/Playoffs: No two teams from the same organization will match-up in their first playoff game, unless the game is affected by a bye (Applicable to brackets with 9+ teams). 2-hour time limit will be used in all games except the Semi-final and Championship games. This rule is subject to change. The home team in Championship Play will be the higher seed except when there is no seeding. When there is no seeding, the home team will be determined by a coin flip. This is the case even if the schedule says otherwise. Tie Breaker: If after 7 innings or 2 hours the two teams are still tied the following tie breaker rules will go into effect except for the Semi-final and Championship Games. The last three hitters from the previous inning will load the bases with one out. The base runners will be placed as follows: 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. Semi-Final and Championship games will be played with regular extra innings through the 9th inning. Starting in the 10th inning the last three hitters from the previous inning will load the bases with one out.

Forfeits: All games must be started with at least 9 players. A player must be at least 13 years old to compete in a 16U-18U event. A game can be finished with 8 players. If there are no eligible subs the player leaving the original lineup will be recorded as an out until he is able to return. Any intentional forfeit could result in the forfeiting team being eliminated from the tournament. The tournament committee will rule on all forfeits. No team should benefit from the result of a forfeit in an unfair manner. This rule could result in a dispute and the tournament committee reserves the right to look at and rule in the fairest possible way. The committee’s decision will be final! A forfeit score will be the average runs scored for the winning team to 0 for the losing team. The tournament committee will decide when a forfeit is declared. Taking Infield: No infield will be allowed during the tournaments. Mercy Rules: 15 after 3, 12 after 4, 8 after 5. Trips to the mound: The members of the coaching staff (including the manager) can make one mound visit per pitcher per inning without needing to remove the pitcher from the game. If the same pitcher is visited twice in one inning, the pitcher must be removed from the contest. Hitting lineup: Can consist of 9, 10, or 11 players. The lineup must stay with the same number of batters for the entire game. Once the first pitch has been thrown the lineup is locked, and the number of batters may not be changed. The 10th and 11th hitter if used will be designated as an EH and XH on the lineup card. The EH and XH may bat at any spot in the order. The EH and XH is the same as any position on the field as far as substitutions are concerned. The starting pitcher is allowed to DH for himself and bat in any slot in the order but must be listed a P/DH on the lineup card. In case of rain: All rain out games may not be made up depending on time constraints. In case of scheduling changes, it is the team's responsibility, not the tournament committee, to make sure they are aware of the new schedule or any scheduling changes. This information will be posted on the tournament web site when it becomes available. Note: No special requests will be honored if rescheduling becomes necessary. Tournament format is subject to change at any time if deemed necessary and will be determined based on the fairest outcome for all teams. All coaches should make sure the tournament committee has current contact info. If games are cancelled, pool winners and championship qualification will be determined by the tie breaking procedures (listed below). Stop in Play: If a game is stopped, the game must start within 1 hour of the stop in play. If games are not resumed, they will become suspended or called official. Games called by umpires that cannot be resumed within 1 hour will be considered an official game, if 5 innings have been completed, or 4 1/2 innings if the home team is ahead. After 5 complete innings, a tie score will be recorded a tie in pool play. The tournament director can extend the 1 hour if there are extenuating circumstances, i.e. lightning detector, working on fields, etc. A suspended game will resume where the game was halted. In the event play is stopped for any reason before or during the Championship round, first place, second place, third place, etc. will be awarded based on PG Seeding and Tie Breaker Rules. Protests: Judgment calls and pitching limitations are not eligible for protest. Protests will be heard and ruled on by the tournament committee. The team protesting must make cash payment of $100 at the time of the protest. If the protest is ruled in the protesting team’s favor the $100 will be refunded. The

ruling made by the committee will be final. Protests must be filed and ruled on before the next pitch if during game, or before umpires leave field if after a game. Roster and Roster changes: All players should be listed on the official roster. Playing a non rostered player could result in a forfeit. If a player is listed on more than one roster, the player listed will make a decision as to which roster he is legally on. This decision is up to the individual player. No player can appear in a tournament game for more than one team. If there are multiple events going on at one time players are permitted to play for one team in each event if so desired; pitching limitations still apply to the player. Age divisions within a tournament count as separate events. The team’s manager is responsible for all aspects of the eligibility of the players on his team and that they meet the requirements A player who is in violation of the age eligibility shall be considered an illegal player. If anytime during a tournament game, a player is discovered illegal due to an age violation or participating on more than one team in the same tournament, the team is subject to forfeit. The first team a player participates for is their official team. *This does not apply to Pitch Smart violations. Participating players shall have photocopies of their original birth certificates (US) or passports (International) in the possession of their team manager. Electronic copies of ID documents are accepted. Failure to have a copy of a birth certificate, in the event of a protest, could result in suspension for the remainder of the event until such document can be produced. Driver’s License is permitted. For events classified by graduation year, transcripts from a players most recent academic semester shall be in the possession of their team manager. Scoring: We recommend that all teams (home and visitor) keep a scorebook. The official scorebook and lineup card for the game will be kept by tournament staff, in case of emergency where staff can't keep book the home team will be the official scorer. In a situation in which tournament staff and the home team are unable to score the visitor would become the official book. All subs should be reported to the umpires. To eliminate scoring disputes scorekeepers should check with the official scorer during and after the game. Line up cards must be fully filled out with players first name, last name, position, and accurate jersey numbers. All substitutes should be listed with accurate jerseys numbers. Failure to produce a complete lineup card can result in games not starting on time. Line up cards are to be given to the official scorekeeper before the home plate meeting. Sportsmanship: In the interest of maintaining a quality event, the tournament committee reserves the right to eject any person from the site for unruly or unsportsmanlike behavior. Physical 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. Assault on an official is a felony in some states. Players, coaches, managers, fans, spectators, or sponsors threatening an umpire, tournament official, associate director, or associate officer with physical harm. Any player, coach, manager, sponsor, fan, spectator, director or officer who engages in physical fighting.

Using unsportsmanlike conduct or abusive language, symbol tactics, or derogatory or unbecoming acts. Destruction of property or abuse or failure to pay. Competing under an assumed, false and/or altered name. Tournament hosts have the authority to eject a player, fans or team anytime during a tournament of committing any of the above listed offenses. A player, spectator, fan or coach ejection carries removal from that game only. Any spectator, coach, manager or player who is ejected for the second time during the tournament will be eliminated from participating for the remainder of the tournament. Any event that results in physical altercation (before, during or after a game) could result in a forfeit for both teams. Tournament committee reserves the right to remove teams from playoff contention. Bat Specifications: WWBA - Wood bats only. Must be composed of one single piece of wood. Current legal composite bats are listed online under the "Bat Restrictions" tab of the event page. BCS/S25 Tournaments - All bats must meet BBCOR regulations. Wood bats are allowed. 13U - Metal bat. All bats must have branding, label, or stamp proving BPF 1.15 or BBCOR on it. There is length to weight ratio maximum of -5(5 ounces). Wood bats are allowed. Pitching: The MLB balk rule will be enforced. When a balk is called it is NOT a dead ball. The 3B to 1B pickoff move is legal. Also, in the windup position, a pitcher is permitted to have his "free" foot on the rubber, in front of the rubber, behind the rubber, or off to the side of the rubber. Enforced Pitching Limitations: All PGBA Red events will strictly follow the Pitch Smart guidelines. All other PGBA events are strongly encouraged to follow the Pitch Smart guidelines and enforce them as a rule. Check the Pitching Restrictions tab on the event homepage as well as the PitchSmart report; when applicable. Courtesy Runners: Courtesy runners can be used for the Pitcher and Catcher at any time but must be a VALID SUBSTITUTE. If a team is batting their entire lineup, then they will NOT be able to use last batted out. In addition, the same substitute CANNOT run for more than one position (Pitcher or Catcher) in the same game. Not covered in the Rules: In the event any item is not covered in these rules or NFHS rules, the tournament committee will make the fairest possible ruling and that ruling will be final! Field Dimensions 9U-10U: All games will be played on 46x65 fields. 11U-12U: All games will be played on 50x70 fields. 13U-18U: All games will be played on 60x90 fields. Seeding and Tie Breaker Rules.

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. Least 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.

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