Junior managers and coaches will have their own meetings during the year. All Junior managers and coaches are required to attend the meetings. If, your team has a person that is in charge of the organization, he may attend the meetings.

A SENIOR and JUNIOR roster will be submitted to the league for validation. A copy of the Junior and Senior roster will be given to both Managers (Senior and Junior) for each organization. Teams can police themselves.

The fee for each Junior team will be $100. This will help pay for playoff umpires. Also, each team will be responsible for 2 balls for each playoff game.


Each Senior Team can have (3) 15 year olds on its roster that will be considered "ALTERNATES."

Alternates can play on the Senior team but will be allowed to also play on the Junior team whenever it's team needs players. Any alternate may transition down to play in a Junior Division game, providing the team is short players. This shall not be an everyday occurrence. A phone call, to the League Representative in charge, will have to be made whenever you have to use an alternate. 

If, the Junior Manager assumes he will be "missing players" and asks alternates to participate in the game but the original "missing players" show up before the game starts, the alternates can not enter the game until the fourth inning.

Keep in mind that you can play 10 boys , using an EH. If you have 9 boys from the Junior roster show up then the Alternate has to be in the EH spot .

You must always start the game with Junior roster players whenever possible. They must play at least the first 3 innings.

You may have less skilled 15 year olds on the Junior Roster. These 15 year olds are on the Junior Roster permanently. They cannot transition to Senior games and transition back to Junior games. Please remember the Junior League is for 13 and 14 year olds, therefore, if you have a 15 year old on the roster he is supposed to be less skilled to play on the Senior Team. Again, if he is on the permanent Junior roster, he cannot participate in a Senior game. If, required to be added to the Senior roster, he automatically becomes part of that Senior Roster permanently.

15 yr.olds are never allowed to pitch in Junior games 

If a town has 1 SENIOR TEAM and 2 JUNIOR TEAMS the (3 alternates ) can transition down on either Junior Team whenever they are short players. A phone call must be made!

If a town has 2 Senior teams and 1 Junior team, a combination of 3 players from the two Senior teams can play down on the Junior team. A phone call must be made.

If you have 2 Senior teams and 2 Junior teams, 3 Alternates from each Senior team will be given to each Junior Roster.

The Playoffs will consist of all Junior Teams that can field at least NINE 13 and 14 year olds on a roster. You can not use 15 year olds. If your team does not have enough boys for the playoffs, you will forfeit your playoff spot.

If, your Local Little League team is finished with their league play and or finished with All Stars , you may put that player on your roster if you might be short. He can not be on 2 rosters and playing on both at the same time.

It will be Single elimination Playoffs.

All Regular season "make up" games will be played within 14 days. If a date cannot be agreed on in those 14 days , the chairman or president will pick a date. If that date can not be agreed on, then one or both teams will be fined $25.and a forfeit. The $25 will have to be paid by the All-Star/Playoff meeting or the team will not participate in the Playoffs.

Section 1: All Junior games are to be played on Saturday at 11:00am, Tuesday at 6:00pm, and Thursday at 6:00pm.                                                                     Rainouts or rescheduled games may be played any other day providing that they do not conflict with Senior games. Game times can change if both managers are in agreement. The home manager can set the game time for Sunday games so long it is reasonable.

Section 2: Regular P.I.A.A. umpires are not required in the Junior Division.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Section 3: Player limitations:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              a) 15 & 16 year-old Senior roster players are not permitted to play in Junior games. Non-Senior roster 15 year-old players are permitted to play Junior ball but are not permitted to pitch.

 b) A non-Senior roster 15-year-old can be transitioned to the Senior roster (through the League President) due to injury to a Senior roster player. He must transition back to the Junior Division when said player returns from injury. This must be accomplished through the League President.                                                                                            

c) 13 and 14 year-old players are eligible to play in Junior games

d) Innings pitched in Senior and Junior must not conflict with the normal rest periods. Rest periods shall coincide between Senior and Junior divisions.

e) 13 year-old players are permitted to pitch in Senior games. They will be included in the normal pitching rules concerning proper rest periods; All pitchers follow normal pitching rules, five (5) innings require TWO days rest; six (6) or seven (7) innings requires THREE days restOne pitch in an inning constitutes a full inning. No exception.

Section 4: One new ball is to be put into play for each game with a good “second” ball available.

Section 5: Each player must wear at least a hat and jersey during the game.

Section 6: Schedules must be followed. Senior team rules apply as far as cancellations and forfeits for Junior games.

Section 7: In addition, all Junior teams will follow all rules and regulations pertaining to Senior teams.

Section 8: Pitchers and their innings pitched per game will be reported to the League. This will include the pitchers full name. It is the winning manager’s responsibility to ascertain the correct information from the opposing manger at the time the contest begins. Failure to do so will result in a fine and or forfeit. 

Section 9: Extra Hitter Rule – The Extra Hitter will add a tenth (10th) batter to a team’s lineup.

Section 10: Little League bats, Double-Wall, and Ceramic bats are forbidden. Legal bats (BB Core) will be up to a -3. Bats stamped Senior League Transitional bats with a -5, or -8 will be allowed in Junior Division games.

This rule can never be used when a team employs the Designated Hitter rule. This is also the reverse when a team employs the Extra-Hitter rule. You must use one or the other. The Extra-Hitter may move to any position on the field during the game but shall remain in the same slot in the lineup.


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