All Star Tournament rules

Training Legends All Star tournament rules are based on the official National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Baseball Rules Book, with minor modifications for age divisions younger than high school.

IMPORTANT: If a rule is not covered in the Training Legends All Star Tournament Rules document, the situation will be governed by the NFHS Rules Book. 

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List of Banned Bats


Roster Rules:

  • A player can NOT play on two different teams in the same tournament.
  • Different age divisions within a tournament are NOT considered to be the same tournament.
  • Separate Allstar & Travel tournaments are NOT considered to be the same tournament.
  • Players playing in different Training Legends tournaments on the same weekend are still subject to pitch count rules.

Player Age Protests

  • If a players age is protested the player in question must produce a valid birth certificate in order to confirm age.
  • Age protests must be filed and brought to tournament director’s attention. If during a game, protest must be filed before umpires leave the field area.
  • If players is found to be illegal during a game that he/she has participated in the game will be immediately forfeited.
  • The amount of time allowed to provide proof of age is at the discretion of the tournament director.
  • Tournament Director will make final determination on all eligibility protests

**** Special notes for Coach Pitch Teams ****

1. There will be four outfielders.
2. There are five pitches. The batter is out if there are three strikes before the fifth pitch. No foul outs. If a batter fouls off the fifth pitch, the batter continues to hit until he swings and misses or puts the ball into play. 
3. Seven runs maximum per inning.
4. Each game is six innings.
5. Time is called when the runners have stopped. No player can call “Time”. Only the umpire can call "Time".
6. All teams must have a catcher in gear. The catcher can stand at the backstop or squat behind the plate.
7. Batters do not have to wear face guards.
8. The pitcher does not have to wear a face guard.
9. Players may not play with a cast.

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