SCORE REPORTING PROCEDURE

All  winning managers must e-mail all game results within 2 hours of the finish.  E-mails are critically important!!!  Make sure to include your team name, division, and date in the subject of the email.  In the text of the email include your team name, your score
and the number of defensive innings you played in the game.  Repeat the same information for the team you played.

Telephone Number to call for questions only...do not leave scores on this line: 631.664.4845

Email: sosmaccio@optonline.net

CODE OF ETHICS
All managers received a copy of the Code of Ethics in their packet at affidavit night.  Make sure you
fill it out completely and carry it with you to all games.  

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RULE CLARIFICATIONS

Clarification of Substitution Rule:

Starters do not have to complete their mandatory play before being removed for a substitute. However, once a starter re-enters the game, he/she cannot be removed until he/she completes mandatory play.

SAFETY RULES

  1. Each team must carry seven (7) NOCSAE approved helmets at all times and carry 6 new baseballs.
  2. Each team must carry two (2) full sets of catcher's equipment.
  3. All managers must carry a fully stocked basic first aid kit, including protective gloves.
  4. All teams must have a minimum of six (6) ice packs at all times.
  5. Each host town MUST alert Emergency Service Organizations that there are games going on at their fields.
  6. Every manager MUST carry medical release forms to ALL games. If you have a child with specific allergies, appropriate medications (which can be self administered) MUST be available (i.e., inhalers, epipens, etc.).
  7. If a player is injured on the field DO NOT ATTEMPT to pick him/her up. If  that player can get up by himself/herself, so be it. DO NOT encourage an injured player to move or get up without first ascertaining the extent of the injury.
  8. Once a player is removed from the line-up due to an injury, we will need a doctor's note (depending on the severity of the injury) or District's permission to have the player rejoin the team. Once removed for injury, the player MAY NOT go back into the current game.
  9. When in doubt about the extent of the injury, DO NOT HESITATE to call the local EMS. Parents may sign an RMA (Refusal of Medical Attention) once EMS has arrived, but coaches MAY NOT sign an RMA.
  10. Should CPR be required, only certified individuals may perform the procedure.
  11. Managers are REQUIRED to carry copy of Rule Book and all Affidavit Night Handouts to every game.
  12. A TEAM MAY NOT PLAY A GAME WITHOUT THEIR AFFIDAVIT AND ALL REQUIRED PAPERWORK. THE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR WILL CHECK ALL DOCUMENTATION PRIOR TO THE START OF THE GAME.

    WHEN IN DOUBT CHECK WITH THE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR!