WPYBLL Rules for 2019

Division Rules - updated for 2019


Pitch Count Forms:
Minor Division
Major Division
Junior Division


New Bat Rules for 2019 Season
WPYBLL adheres to the Little League bat standards for its house baseball. Bats must be marked USA bat or BBCOR approved bats. More information can be found on the Little League website.


Division Summaries


Tball/ Rookie

Coach Pitch

Minor

Major

Junior

Age

4,5,6

7,8

9,10

11,12

13-16

Innings

NA

6

6

6

7

Time limit
WITH  game after

1 hour

1 hr, 30 min.

2 hours

2 hours

2 hours

Time limit
NO game after

1 hr, 15 min.

1hr, 45 min.

2 hours

2 hours

2 hours

Bases

50’

50’

60’

70’

Start: 80’
End: 90'

Pitcher mound

30’

35’

44’

50’

Start: 54'
End: 60.5'

Mercy Rule

NA

10 @ 4

10 @ 4

10 @ 4

10 @ 5

Max Bat Diameter

NA

2 5/8”

2 5/8”

2 5/8”

2 5/8”

Max  weight differential

none

none

none

none

none

Base stealing

no

no

yes

yes

yes

Lead offs

no

no

no

yes

yes

Dropped Third strike

no

no

no

yes

yes

Infield Fly rule

no

no

no

yes

yes

Max runs Per inning

NA

5

5

6

7

*The bases and pitchers mound are measured from the back point of home plate to the front of the pitchers mound. The distance for the bases is from the back point of home plate to the back corner of the base.

Bat Requirements:
We have adopted Little League bat standards for the 2019 season. Bats must be stamped USA bat or BBCOR approved.


Bat Drop Rules by League:
TBall and Rookie --no restrictions; Must be marked USA and approved for TBall.

Coach Pitch:
Stamped USA
Maximum 2-5/8 barrel...
NO max on drop.

Minor:
Stamped USA
Maximum 2-5/8 inch barrel.

Major:
Maximum 2-5/8 inch barrel.

Baseball Glove Sizing Chart

Use the chart below as a general guideline for determining glove size.
Age Position Glove Size
5-6 General 10 to 10 1/2 (youth model)
7-8 General 10 1/2 to 11 (youth model)
9-12 General 11 to 11 1/2 (youth model)


- More Glove Buying Information Here

How to Measure Baseball Gloves
Fielders gloves and first base mitts are measured by starting at the top of the index finger of the glove down the finger along the inside of the pocket and then out to the heal of the glove.

A flexible tape measure has to be used, not a stiff ruler. Measure from the highest point on the glove (normally the index finger). Lay the tape measure across the palm of the glove, so that it folds across and into the indenture, down to the heel of the glove.

Professional baseball has a 12 inch maximum height for a glove, although this rule has not been strictly enforced.

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