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Team caps and division designations:
No E Division team can exceed a cap of 75, and no player can exceed a rating of 8
No Open or Master's D Division team can exceed a cap of 110, and no player can exceed a rating of 12
No Open or Master's C Division team can exceed a cap of 140, and no player can exceed a rating of 15.
No B Division team can exceed a cap of 180, and no player can exceed a rating of 20.
A Division: No Cap - any team with a player rated 21 or above will be considered an “A Division team
All team caps (except A Division) are determined by the point total of the highest-rated 10 players on your roster.
Note: To be eligible to play in the Master's Division, a player's 50th birthday must fall in the current calendar year, which runs from January-December
General Upper Division Rules:
Only ASA authorized bats will be allowed, and the umpire may inspect all bats before the beginning of all games. Any player caught using an illegal or altered bat will immediately be ejected from the game, and may be excluded from further play at the discretion of the Tournament Director or his proxy.
The Tournament Director may extend any ejection as he determines appropriate based upon the severity of the player’s/players’ behavior(s), risk to other individuals and the reputation of the Tournament and the SFAAA organization.
A vs A Division: 4 with progressive to a cap of 6. There is no cap allowed in the bottom of the last inning
Any home run beyond the limits identified above results in an inning ending out. Batter / runner must only touch the next base after an over the fence home run.
No new innings will begin after 55 minutes. There is no time limit for the Championship or the If game. Umpires will begin the game clock at the conclusion of the pre-game meeting.
Pool play games may end in a tie. Double elimination games must have a winner. Kansas City tiebreaker rules will apply in double elimination play.
Once Round Robin play has completed all teams will be selected randomly by their standing after round robin.
All teams containing 1 or more players with a NAGAAA Rating of 19 or above will be considered an “A” team.
RULES NOT MENTIONED HERE REFER BACK TO TOURNAMENT RULES