2018 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES & SCORES
Starting June 1, 2018 all leagues entering teams into the 2018 Little League International Tournament will be able to do so by completing the Tournament Affidavit exclusively online via the Little League Data Center.
This new resource automatically plots players on league boundary maps and creates a ready-to-print complete affidavit, ready for the appropriate signatures.
2018 PENNSYLVANIA TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
DISTRICT 22 TOURNAMENT DATES
The 2018 Little League® International Tournament Resources is a one-stop repository of materials for leagues and tournament directors. LittleLeague.org provides quick-reference online access to an assortment of items designed to assist with player verification, schedules, new rules and regulations, background checks and more.
2018 Rule Changes and Clarifications
2018 Manager / Coach Presentation Baseball
2018 Game Directors Presentation
2018 Rule Changes Not in Rule Book
2018 Manager / Coach Presentation Softball
1. Place the 5 Thresholds and the days of rest on the affidavit just as soon as the pitcher is replaced or the game is finished and get the score keeper to sign it.
2. Thresholds are:
1-20 pitches 0 days of rest (A pitcher cannot pitch three consecutive days reguardless of pitch counts)
21-35 pitches 1 day of rest
36-50 pitches 2 days of rest
51-65 pitches 3 days of rest
65 pitches 4 days of rest
3. Zebraweb will again be used for scheduling. Jim Smith will be contact for all questions
4. Do not rule on protest. CALL BOB RYAN, TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR
Little League® International held meetings with District Administrators, Assistant District Administrators, and other volunteers at each of our nine regions throughout the world. At each of these meetings, updates and changes to Little League Rules and Regulations were discussed, and at the conclusion of the meetings, these potential new rule and regulations were amended to reflect the direct input from the attendees at these meetings.
The amended agenda was then distributed to District Administrators to vote on whether or not Little League should adopt these new rules and regulations. In total, 463 District Administrators voted on these 10 items, which were then discussed, along with implementation strategies, at the annual spring meeting of the Little League International Board of Directors.
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DISTRICT 22 LEAGUE TOURNAMENTS
1.16 - Each league shall provide in the dugout or bench of the ofensive team six
(6) / seven (7) for Intermediate (50-70) Division/Junior/Senior League] protective
helmets which must meet NOCSAE (National Operating Committee on Standards for
Athletic Equipment) speciications and standards. Use of the helmet by the batter, all base
runners and base coaches is mandatory. Use of a helmet by an adult base coach or any
defensive player is optional. Each helmet shall have an exterior warning label. Helmets
must have a non-glare surface and cannot be mirror-like in nature. he helmets provided by
each league must meet NOCSAE speciications and bear the NOCSAE stamp as well as an
exterior warning label as noted above. Warning! Manufacturers have advised that altering
helmets in any way can be dangerous. Altering the helmet in any form, including painting
or adding decals (by anyone other than the manufacturer or authorized dealer) may void the
helmet warranty. Helmets may not be re-painted and may not contain tape or re-applied
decals unless approved in writing by the helmet manufacturer or authorized dealer.
LITTLE LEADUE HELMET MODIFICATION POLICIES