2019 - Spring Softball  Softball · Any Intermediate

Accepting Team Players Only
Spring 2019
Apr 28 ’19 TENTATIVE
Jun 30 ’19
Registration Dates:
Mar 17 ’19 – May 4 ’19 regular
Competitive,  Recreational
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Competative and Recreational

Team Fees
Regular $40.00 per player
Free Agent Fees
Regular $40.00

A. 10 players are required. A minimum of 9 Players may start a game, an out will be taken for

the 10th batter.

B. Games consist of 7 innings unless time limit is reached.

C. Time Limit: No new inning will start after 45 minutes. It is a good idea to have the

managers and umpires agree on the actual time when the game starts. Game can end in a


D. No more than 10 runs may be scored per inning, after the 10th run scores, the teams will

switch at bat. No other mercy rules in effect.

E. Free substitution will be allowed to promote participation. Players may be substituted

freely defensively at the beginning of each inning, and all players present will be put in the

batting order. Players arriving after the game begins will be placed at the end of the batting


F. No lead-off of bases or steals are allowed. Player can leave the base once the ball crosses

the plate.

G. A legally pitched ball must, in the judgment of the umpire, reach a minimum arc of six (6)

feet and shall not exceed a maximum height of twelve (12) feet from the ground. Any ball

that, in the umpire's judgment does not meet these requirements will be a delayed dead

ball. The umpire will make a visual and/or verbally signal to indicate an illegal pitch. A

batter may choose to swing at the ball and in doing so negates the dead ball. In which all

results of the play are valid. If the batter chooses not to swing, the pitch will be called a

"ball". No fake pitches are allowed whether while on the pitching rubber or not. Pitcher

must come to a complete stop prior to pitching the ball. (No walking starts or quick pitches)

H. Batters will start with a 1 and 1 count.

I. HOMERUN:  Competitive divisions is limited to a single homerun per game (1 limit), and Recreational division may not have a homerun (0 limit).

Any homerun over the limit ends the half inning for the batting team.


A. Bats shall be official softball bats certified by ASA.

B. No steel spikes are to be worn at anytime. If the umpire notices anyone with them, they will

be asked to change into other shoes. If they do not have a pair, they cannot play until they

can find another pair. Playing in sandals or bare-feet is not allowed.


A. Fielder's must leave access to all bases and home plate. Failure to allow a runner clear access

to any base will result in the runner being awarded that base. In addition, it is the runners

responsibility to avoid contact with the defensive player at all bases. If, in the opinion of the

umpire, any contact outside of incidental, the runner will be called out and will be ejected

from the game. A runner who initiates contact in an effort to dislodge the ball from the

fielder's grip will be declared out, and may be subject to the penalties of the next rule.

B. At the discretion of the umpire, any person who instigates a fight, provokes a physical

confrontation, or attempts to maliciously injure another player, will be ejected from the

game immediately. Pride Sports League officials reserve the right to ban the player from all

future League activities.

C. At no time will players, teams or spectators be allowed to threaten, harass, berate, belittle,

make loud obnoxious remarks, trash talk, or make obscene remarks or gestures about

other players, teams, spectators, or umpires. Any verbal abuse will be considered

unsportsmanlike conduct and will not be tolerated. Unsportsmanlike conduct will be left to

the discretion of the umpire and failure to observe these rules will mean ejection from the

game and a one game suspension. Offender(s) will be subject to ejection from the league,

without prior warning, pending further investigation.

D. Players are expected to conduct themselves in a proper manner displaying good

sportsmanship at all times. A Sportsmanship Out may be administered by the umpire for

any cussing by players, coaches or bench personnel. If the team is up to bat, the out will be

immediate. If the team is in the field the out/outs will be subtracted when they come up to

bat. More than one sportsmanship out may be assessed. A players action may require

ejection and they will not be allowed to participate in the next scheduled game.

E. The umpires decisions are final.

F. Pride Sports Leagues reserves the right to ban any players from future games and league

events for bad behavior.

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