Mosquito is for players who are 10 and 11 years of age.
House League is developmental and recreational and is not intended to subject the children to extreme competition. The intention is to provide the basic fundamentals of baseball and stress sportsmanship and fair play.
Ages: 2007 - 2008
Cost: $300.00 (February 1- March 31) Late Registration $350.00 (April 1 to April 15)
Days: Monday - Wednesday
Time: 6:00 to 8:30
Season start: May 1 (Weather Permitting)
Season End: Last week of June
Equipment Required: Helmet, Baseball Glove, Shoes/Cleats(no metal). Optional: Bat
*Dates and times subject to change depending on the number of teams/players.
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Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions you have regarding the Mosquito Division
Nights of Play are Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Games are to start by 6:30 pm no new inning is to start after 8:00 pm
All games are to a maximum of six innings, if time and weather permits. A game stopped due to weather will be considered complete if 3 innings have been finished. Keep warm-ups to a minimum to get innings in.
Any game where a team has less than 7 players at the diamond 15 minutes past the designated start of the game, it will result in the team forfeiting their right to win, teams will balance players and game play will start. If there are not enough players to balance teams the game will be called and players can leave the diamond.
When playing with 7 players the 8th and 9th place in the batting order are not automatic outs.
Coaches are responsible for arranging for the makeup of a rainout.
Note that once a rainout is called, the game should be rescheduled within one week and played as soon as possible.
Schedule rainouts 780 296 1550
Bases and Pitching Mound
Pitching mound set at 44'. Bases are to be set at 60'.
Bat Regulations Baseball Alberta Regulations
Maximum Differential None
Maximum Diameter 2 1/4â€
Maximum Length 32â€
Walks and intentional walks are not permitted.
If a pitcher throws 4 balls, the coach from the hitting team will side toss to his hitter. Hitters can only reach base by way of hit or error. Current pitch count will not apply. Coach can side toss up to three times.
Note coach can only toss from foul territory due to safety reasons and not to interfere with the play. Coaches cannot pitch from the mound.
A courtesy runner may be used for catchers when they are on base with 2 outs in an inning for all regular season league games.
Baseball Canada rules except where identified for the following:
Any player on the team is eligible to pitch, and there are no restrictions to the number of pitchers a coach may use in a game.
A pitcher can only pitch a maximum of 2 innings or a total 44 pitches per game (based on Baseball AB Medium pitch count)
DAYS OF REST
1 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 44