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*T o u r n a m e n t - R e s o u r c e s*

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2009 Tournament Rules
-Won't be updated (2013 Rules are the same)
Complete list of rules for teams to know.

List of illegal bats for 2009-2010
Illegal Bats 2008
Complete list of ASA illegal bats for teams to review.
Older illegal Bats 2003, 2004
Players should review these restrictions on older bats.

Captain's Review of Rules Highlights
Players must know these rules' highlights.  

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Umpires' Review of Rules
All teams should review this check list.

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GROUP PLAY (P0Ds)

The Grouping Process
Explanation of the preliminary playoff pool pairings, scheduling, and tie-breaking criteria instructions with information about the 3 to 6-team group structure.

CHAMPIONSHIP

(The championship game will play a full 7 innings with no time limits.)

 

--SCHEDULES--

ELITE 8, PLAY-IN, & DAZZLING DOZEN© CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS


--DOUBLE-Elimination SCHEDULE--
(Initial Version)
(CREATED August 26th, Version #1 shows the schedules for September 7th IF THE WEATHER and FIELDS ARE CLEAR...See the alternative schedule if rain threatens games or the fields are wet at the start of the day.)
This schedule is the main schedule for the tournament, but may not be used if the commissioner determines that the weather or field conditions will prevent the tournament from concluding on September 7th.

PLAN "B" Weather-affected Alternative Schedule

--SINGLE-Elimination SCHEDULE-- (Initial Version)
(CREATED August 26th, Version #1 shows the schedules for September 7th IF THE WEATHER OR FIELD CONDITIONS otherwise will prevent the tournament from concluding on September 7th.)
This schedule is the ALTERNATIVE schedule for the tournament, but will only be used if the commissioner determines that the weather or field conditions will prevent the tournament from concluding on September 7th. This schedule will be announced by Thursday evening, September 5th if it is to be used on Saturday.


--TEAM Group Pool SCHEDULES--
(Initial Version)
(CREATED August 11th, Version #1 shows the schedules for August 17th and August 24th...Will be updated if rain postpones some games.)
View the upcoming schedule of games in chronological group format Charts with scores that determined tie-breakers will be posted with the results. See also "The Grouping Process" link above for examles of tiebreaker scenerios and instructions on how to figure a tiebreaker.

 

--RESULTS--

2013 Championship Rounds Double-elimination Brackets FINAL RESULTS - (UPDATED Sept. 8th)
Complete championship round results of all the games played in the final double-elimination bracket format.

Group (POD) ALL FINAL RESULTS - (UPDATED Aug. 31st)
Game results of all the games played in group format.


Group (POD) Aug. 17 Game RESULTS - (UPDATED Aug. 18)
First day's schedule & game results updated now.

Group (POD) Aug. 24 Game RESULTS - (UPDATED Aug. 30th)
Second day's schedule & game results updated now.

September (hourly by field) Final RESULTS - (No Updates yet)
Follow as a Dazzling Dozen© of teams play to enter the "Elite Eight." (Tie-breaker games will be played first to determine the final group of winners from teams for the Elite Eight double elimination play.)



Team League Rankings for 2013 Group Play - (As of Aug 9th)
This chart shows the league standings used to rank teams before their group play to determine their seeding. Seedings will remain after Group Play to rank teams in the Dazzling Dozen© round...vying to enter the Elite Eight double-elimination round.

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-- DOUBLE-ELIMINATION SEPT. 7th - (The play on Sept. 7th allows the Elite Eight teams to play a double-elimination format. The championship game will play a full 7 innings with no time limits.)

Teams will be seeded for the Play-in and Elite Eight rounds (using their league rankings as of August 9th retained for the championship rounds). Again this year, if it rains, some teams may finish their group play or win a tie-breaker game coming out of the group play, and play in single elimination, if necessary. In such a case, the commissioner may deem that the remaining tournament games will be all single-elimination format or that only the final four teams play in double-elimination brackets because of persistent rain.

This year, the Dazzling Dozen© of teams are slated again to come from the group play competition.

The top four ranked teams will be separated in each of the four sections of the "Elite Eight" and paired as closely as possible to traditional pairings - highest ranked vs lowest, number two vs second lowest, and teams ranked in the middle vs others with mid-ranged rankings.

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Small Lineup Cards
Give your lineup to your opponent and/or the umpire as required before each tournament game (4 small cards per sheet).

Large Dugout & Small Lineup Cards & Field Chart - NEW
Use the large card to compare your batting lineup with your opponent's and post it in your dugout. Use the field chart to show your defensive alignment to your team in the dugout. Tear off the small lineup card and give it to your opponent or the umpire as required before each tournament game.

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Beulah Fields map & Parking & Field Numbers Map - NEW
Information regarding the fields. Permit
Directions & Google Map Link (strangely, ignores Beulah St.) a
Directions to tournament fields...use 7119 Beulah Street address to the school's address in Google to assure correct GPS driving directions.
33 Years of Champions
A List of All Tournament Winners for the Last 33 Years
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Needed for reading the files above

Commissioner's mascots of past tournaments on Andrews Air Force Base fields prior to the 9/11 attacks:


Just beyond the hanger for Air Force One on Andrews Air Force Base, 
Potamus guards a softball he stole from a player's bag 
while Miss Beavis looks to find a comfortable spot on which to rest.


Prior to the 2000 championship round of the final four teams, 
Potamus poses with the trophies at Andrews Air Force Base.


Between games, Potamus uses warm-up time to rule on the Andrews AFB field 
as well as scout the player talent of each year's participants.


Potamus patiently waits behind the backstop until the teams form a line to
congratulate each other at game's end. That's his signal for someone to throw a
ball into the outfield while he runs looking up behind him.

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