Tee-Baseball Tournament Schedule 2016

Tuesday, July 5

Diamond A

Mariners 24

Expos 19

Diamond B

Tigers 18

Phillies 5

Diamond C

Angels 16

Reds 11

Diamond D

Royals 25

Padres 5

Thursday, July 6

Diamond D

Mariners 14

A’s 7 

Diamond C

Tigers 19

Dodgers 9 

Diamond B

Orioles  6

Angels 5

Diamond A

Royals 24

Pirates 8

 Thursday, July 7, 2016

Diamond C

Tigers 20

Mariners 8

Diamond A

Royals 9

Orioles 8

Monday July 11, 2016

Diamond C

First Place Game

Tigers Vs. Royals

Diamond A

Third Place Game

Mariners Vs. Orioles

*Starting time for all games is 6:30 PM

RAIN OUTS- Any night rained out, teams will automatically play the next night and the tournament schedule will move back a night and so on.



Tee Baseball Standings as of July 1

AMERICAN DIVISION

Team

Win

Loss

Tie

Angels

9

 

 1

Tigers

7

3

 

Royals

4

4

2

Orioles

4

5

1

Mariners

2

8

 

A’s

 2

8

 

 

NATIONAL DIVISION

Team

Win

Loss

Reds

10

 0

Dodgers

8

2

Expos

5

5

Phillies

4

6

Pirates

3

7

Padres

0

10

 


Final Standings

American Division

1st Place-Angels

2nd Place-Tigers

3rd Place-Royals

4th Place- Orioles

5th Place-Mariners (Tie)

5h Place-A's (Tie)

National Division

1st Place-Reds

2nd Place-Dodgers

3rd Place-Expos

4th Place- Phillies

5th Place-Pirates

6th Place-Padres


 

Coloma Township Park District

Tee Baseball League Schedule

Summer 2016

 

 

Tuesday, May 31

A Royals 19

   Mariners 18 

B Orioles 9

   Tigers 7

Angels 13

   A’s 8

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: A’s

 

Wednesday, June 1

Reds 17

    Dodgers 7

B Expos 25

   Padres 7

C Pirates 16

   Phillies 12 

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Phillies

 

Thursday, June 2

Tigers 16

     A’s 8 

B Angels 24

    Mariners 18

C Orioles 16

    Royals 16

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Orioles

 

June 3 (Friday)

Field

A Pirates 26

    Padres 23

 
B  Reds 20

     Phillies 11 

    
C Dodgers 25

    Expos 22

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Dodgers

 

Monday, June 6

A Expos 27

    Phillies 26

B Reds 26

    Pirates 5


C Dodgers 25

    Padres 9

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Pirates

 

Tuesday, June 7

A Angels 20

    Orioles 18

Tigers 14

     Royals6

Mariners 19

    A’s18

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Royals

 

Wednesday, June 8

A Dodgers 21

   Pirates 20

Phillies 24

    Padres 8

Reds 16

   Expos 10

Thank you for working the Concessions Stand: Padres

 

Thursday, June 9

A Royals 17

    A’s 15 


B Orioles 26

    Mariners  23

 
C
Angels 9

    Tigers 0
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Mariners

 

Monday, June 13

A Reds 25

    Padres 0


Expos 27

    Pirates 19


C Dodgers 22

    Phillies 14 

Thank you for working the concession Stand: Expos

 

Tuesday, June 14

A Tigers - 16

              Mariners-12
B
Royals-13

               Angels-13
A’s-23

               Orioles-22
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Angels

 

Wednesday, June 15

A Dodgers 22

   Expos 21


Reds 15

    Phillies 11

C Pirates 23
   Padres 11

Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Reds

 Thursday, June 16

Angels-12

            A’s-6
B
Tigers-16

           Orioles-15
C
Royals-22

           Mariners-17
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Tigers


Monday, June 20

Phillies-18

            Pirates-12
B
Expos-30

            Padres-15
C
Reds-11

            Dodgers-10
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Dodgers

 

Tuesday, June 21

A Orioles-25

             Royals-19
B
Angels-25

             Mariners-7
C
Tigers-19

             A’s-7
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: A’s

 

Wednesday, June 22

A Dodgers-23

            Padres-21
B
Reds-14

            Pirates-6
C
Phillies -18

            Expos-17
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Expos

 

Thursday, June 23

A Mariners-15

             A’s-14
B
Tigers-13

             Royals-9
Angels-17

             Orioles-12
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Angels

 

Monday, June 27

A Reds-15

              Expos-10
B
Phillies -17

              Padres-6
Dodgers-24

             Pirates-16
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Phillies

 

Tuesday, June 28

A Tigers-13

               Angels-13
B
Orioles-21

                Mariners-14
C
Royals-16

                 A’s-15
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Orioles

 

Wednesday, June 29

A Dodgers-12

                Phillies-7
B
Expos-24

               Pirates-23
Reds-19

                Padres-5
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Padres

 

Thursday, June 30

A A’s-16

               Orioles-15
B
Angels 

                Royals-6
  Tigers-12

                 Mariners-5
Thank you for working the Concession Stand: Mariners

 

12 TEAM POST SEASON TOURNAMENT – WEEK OF JULY 5 – 12

FIELD A: Northeast Diamond

Home Team will receive the game ball

FIELD B: Southeast Diamond

INFORMATION LINE: 1-815-625-0491

FIELD C: Southwest Diamond

All games are played at Sieglinger Memorial

GAME TIME: 6:30 PM

Park, South Ninth Avenue & 23rd Street, Rock Falls

Team listed first on schedule is Home Team

 

 

TEAM KEY:

NATIONAL DIVISION

 

AMERICAN DIVISION

 

 

1. Dodgers

Zach Heald

815-716-3662

11. A’s

Shay Moeller

815-440-1278

 

2. Expos

Jeff Fenton

815-718-2662

12. Angels

Beth Pyron

815-590-8781

 

3. Padres

Nick Massey

815-631-4493

13. Mariners

Steve Mulvaney

815-535-6532

 

4. Phillies

Josh Wilson

815-499-5923

14. Orioles

Bob Thome

815-499-3641

 

5. Pirates

Chris Schick

815-213-2369

15. Royals

John Marks

815-590-2517

 

6. Reds

Paul Hackbarth

815-626-8365

16. Tigers

Bill Hollowell

815-718-1647

           

 

COLOMA TOWNSHIP PARK DISTRICT

TEE BASEBALL LEAGUE

ACCIDENT INSURANCE COVERAGE

 

WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT TEE BASEBALL LEAGUE INSURANCE!

The Tee Baseball League insurance program is designed to afford protection to all participants at the most economical cost to the local league.  The type of Medical Insurance the Tee Baseball League carries is called “EXCESS” Insurance which means it is to be used to supplement other insurance carried under a family policy or provided by parent’s employer.  If there is no other coverage, Tee Baseball League insurance – WHICH IS PURCHASED BY THE LEAGUE, NOT THE PARENT – takes over and provides for all covered injury treatment costs to the maximum stated benefits.

This plan makes it possible for the Tee Baseball League to offer unmatched, low-cost protection with assurance to parents that adequate coverage is in force at all times during the season.

If your child sustains an injury covered by the Tee Baseball League Insurance Policy while taking part in Tee Baseball League Baseball, here is how the insurance works:

  1. File claim initially under insurance carried by the family or employer.  Blue Cross, Blue Shield or any other insurance protection available.

     

  2. Should your family insurance plan not cover the injury treatment, the Tee Baseball League Insurance Policy will help pay the difference up to the maximum benefits.  This includes any deductible or exclusions in your own insurance.

     

  3. If your child is not covered by any family insurance. The Tee Baseball League Insurance Policy becomes primary and will provide benefits for all covered injury treatment costs up to the maximum benefits of the policy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLOMA TOWNSHIP PARK DISTRICT

TEE BASEBALL LEAGUE

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

 

WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE TEE BASEBALL LEAGUE

  1. Parents are encouraged to help their team in any way they feel comfortable.

  2. Parents are encouraged to help coach or at least supervise the players for their team at practices and games.

  3. Parents are encouraged to help with the umpiring duties for your team during games.

  4. Parents are encouraged to help in the concession stand when your team is scheduled.

  5. Parents are expected to show good sportsmanship at all times throughout the season.

 

 

COLOMA TOWNSHIP PARK DISTRICT TEE BASEBALL RULES AND REGULATIONS

 

  1. ELIGIBILITY RULE: A tee baseball player us eligible to participate in only 1 (one) Youth Baseball League at a time.  If you choose to play Tee Baseball in Rock Falls you will NOT be eligible to play in any other league during the course of the season.  Anyone violating this rule will be removed for their respective Tee Baseball Team immediately.

     

  2. A tee baseball team shall consist of a maximum of eighteen players with a maximum of twelve players on the field at a given time.  A team must be able to start a game with no less than eight players.

     

  1. A catcher is needed to field the catching position.

     

  2. A pitcher is used to field the pitching position and to give timing to the game.  


   3. An umpire is needed to make calls on overthrows at the bases and to supervise play.  The home

    team shall supply the home plate umpire.  The visitors shall supply the base umpire. 

   4. Each team may have a manager or co-manager and be allowed as many coaches as deemed  

       necessary.  Only managers, coaches, scorekeepers and players are permitted in the dugouts.

   5. Smoking and profane language are not permitted in the dugouts and on the playing field at any

       time.

   6.Teams are permitted to practice three hours per week.  This means a team may have three, one- 

      hour practices or two, one and one-half hour practices.  Practices will be limited to one per week

      after the season starts, not to exceed one and one-half hours.

  7.The diamond regulations shall be as follows:  (please see attached diagram, also) 

    1. The Bases will be set at fifty-foot base paths.

       

    2. A horizontal line, painted from the first base foul line to third base foul line located in the front of the pitcher’s mound will be drawn on the diamond.

       

    3. Two defensive player positions arcs will be painted on the diamonds behind which the players stand at the beginning of each play.  One arc is in the infield and the second is in the outfield.

       

    4. A batter’s box for both right handed and left handed batters will be painted in at home plate and in the proper position in regards to the tee.  Catcher circles will also be located on both sides of the batter.

       

    5. The batting tee shall be located immediately behind home plate and in line with it.

       

    6. A semicircle will be painted ten feet in front of home plate.  (Rule applies with use of Batting Tee Only.)

       

    7. Pitcher’s Box – located from pitchers rubber back 5 feet and in the width of the pitchers rubber.

       

          8. Regulation games are six innings in length.  Four innings constitute a complete game in case

              of rain, or three and one-half innings if the home team is ahead.  No game shall continue more

             than eight innings.  If the score is tied at the end of eight innings, the game shall be declared a

             tie game.

       9. Players are supplied with an established uniform consisting of a baseball cap and a tee shirt 

            imprinted with the child’s team name and player number.  All players are required to wear the

            uniform during official games and tournament play.

       10.Batting Helmets must be worn by all batters and base runners.

       11.All types of hardball wood and aluminum bats are permitted for use in the Coloma Township

            Park District Tee Baseball League.  Softball bats are not permitted.

        12.Each team will play with a continuous batting order.  This means each youngster bats in the

             lineup no matter if he is playing in the field or not.  If the batter bays out of order, he is out and

             the batter who was supposed to bats, bats next and the regular batting order is continued. 

             Unless a player is sick, hurt or being disciplined, he must bat in order or his team will take an 

             out.  If one of the previous situations exists, the manager must notify the opposing manager

            and the home plate umpire.  It is necessary for the managers to exchange batting orders prior

            to the start of the game.  Batting orders must include the player’s name and number.  Positions

           are optional.

      13.Each player must play at least three full innings of each game unless ill or injured, or unless

           being disciplined by the manager who must inform the opposing manager before the game

           begins.  (Discipline, for example, might be the result of unexcused absences from games or

          practices.)

    14.The regular season play shall consist of a double round robin (14 games) within the division.  A

          post season tournament will be held at the completion of the regular season with teams being

         paired by random draw.  The season will not extend beyond the last week of July.


   15.Hitting Rule (3 + 2 Rule) The batter takes position in the Batter’s Box.  A coach or

        designated adult standing approximately ¾ of the way to the Pitcher’s Mound and a little

        off to one side throws a pitch to the batter.  The batter gets 3 (three) clean swings at good

        pitches to hit the ball.  If the batter does not hit the ball after 3 (three) swings them the tee

       is set in place.  The batter gets 2 (two) additional swings off the tee.  If the batter hits the

       second strike foul or the Batter hits the Tee and the ball doesn’t carry beyond the orange

       horizontal line painted from First Base to Third Base then the batter is out. If hit ball strikes

       the coach/pitcher the ball is ruled dead and batter hits again.  Runners return to their 

       bases.  

      16. Alternate Hitting Rule (ANY PLAYER WHO DOES NOT FEEL COMFORTABLE BEING 

      PITCHED TO.) The ball is not pitched, but hit off a batting tee.  The batter takes his place at

      the plate in the Batter’s box.  The pitcher makes a pitching motion and the batter ten swings

     at the ball.  The batter may not swing at the ball until the pitcher has made a pitching motion

     from the pitcher’s mound.  PENALTY: Strike is called.  NOTE TO PITCHER: For their safety to

     avoid being hit by a line drive or hard hit ball, pitcher may begin play by standing behind the

     pitcher’s rubber inside the designated Pitcher’s box.  Each team manager will at the

     beginning of the game designate the hitters on his roster that he feels are very hard hitters

     (hitters that could potentially hurt the pitcher with a line drive) and provide those names to

     the opposing team.  The pitcher then for those batters only may move back in the Pitcher’s

     Box is he so desires.  The Pitcher must then decide where he wants to stand in the pitcher’s

     box, and once set, pitcher may not move back, forward, or side to side until the pitcher

     makes the pitching motion and the ball is hit.  PENALTY: If batter is out the pitcher receives

     warning the first time.  Additional violations the umpire will rule “No Pitch” and the batter

     hits again.  All runners return to their bases.  If batter gets a hit, regular play continues. 

     (Rule applies with use of Batting Tee Only.)

17.Mangers may not physically touch batter once he has placed the batter in the proper position in the

     batter’s box. PENALTY:  Batter is assessed a strike.  If the batter steps out of the batter’s box, the

     umpire will call it to the batter’s attention, but no penalty will be assessed.  Coaches may touch

     base runner(s) after the ball is dead to congratulate hitter and/or runner(s).

18.Batters are not permitted to bunt or swing easy at the ball. The ball must carry beyond THE SEMI

     CIRCLE drawn ten feet in front of home plate or the batter will be assessed a strike.  This rule

     applies to ground or fly balls.  (Rule applies with use of Batting Tee Only.)

19.A strike shall be called when the batter hits the tee instead of the ball.  The tee does not have to be

    knocked over.   But, if in the event a batter hits the tee while swinging at the ball and the ball carries

    on the fly farther than the horizontal painted line extending from first to third bases,  the ball shall be

    considered a live ball and is playable by both teams.  (Rule applies with the use of Batting Tee

    Only.)

20.Any ball caught on the fly is out regardless of the location of the ball.

21.Foul ball on the third strike is out.  The ball shall be declared dead and no runners may advance.

22.Players are not permitted to steal or lead off bases.  PENALTY: Called out.  Ball is dead.  Batter hits

     again. No runners advance.

23.Basemen are not permitted to block bases while the runner is trying to advance.

24.Throwing the bat is an automatic out.  UMPIRE JUDGEMENT.  This ball is ruled dead and runners

     must return to their bases.

25.Sliding will be permitted in appropriate situations.  Defensive players should be alert to avoid

     contact with runners except in the situation where a play is being made in the runner.  Sliding is not

     permitted going to first base.

26.Player positions arcs will be painted on the diamonds.  Defensive players stand behind their player

     position arcs at the time the batter makes contact with the ball.  Infield players may not play more

     than three of their steps back of player position arcs.  PENALTY: If the umpire call a defensive

     player across the arc at the time the ball is hit by the batter, and on the hit the batter makes an out,

     the batter will be permitted to bat again with all runners returning to their original bases.  In the

     event the batter makes a hit, regular game play continues.

27. Players must remain in the same position assigned at the beginning of that half of the inning.  Any

      changes made after that half of the inning has begun, an out will be assessed against that team by

      the umpire for the next time the team is up at bat.  The exceptions to the rule will be due to injury or

      illness while out in the field.

28.Base runners may not advance on overthrows at any time the ball leaves the infield playing area,

     even if it remains in fair territory in the outfield.  Definition of an overthrow:  The ball will be

     considered an overthrow whenever the ball is thrown from the infield to the outfield.  It is also an

      overthrow when the ball is thrown from the outfield to the infield and the ball crosses the baseline

      into foul territory.  However, it is not ruled an overthrow when an outfielder throws the ball into the

      infield and the ball remains in fair territory.  The ball is considered live and the runners may

      advance.

29. No team shall score more than five runs in one inning.  If there are not three outs when five runs

      are scored, the teams shall change sides.  This rule does not apply in the sixth or in extra innings. 

 30.In the sixth inning, if the home team is ahead by more than five runs, the visitors may score enough

      runs to tie the home team, but not surpass them.  In the event the visitors tie the home team, the 

      home team will either play to three outs or until they score one run and the game is ended.  If the 

      inning ends in a tie, rule #6 will apply.  On the other hand, if the home team is ahead by less than

      five runs, the visitors may score up to five runs or three outs, whichever comes first.  This rule also

      applies to extra innings.

31.After play, the ball shall be considered a dead ball when it is returned to the pitch standing on the

     pitcher’s mound.

32.In questionable weather, please all the Information Line at 1-815-625-0491 for cancellations.   

     Please call after 4:30 PM as decisions for postponements of games are not made until that time.  All

     cancelled games will be rescheduled by the League Director.

33.A Rule and Protest Committee has been established to examine and discuss any situations which

     may arise that are not defined in the rules.  Decisions made by this committee will be final and each

     manager will receive a written interpretation of the rule in question from the Coloma Township Park

     District.  The committee will consist of on representative from each team and a representative from

     the Coloma Township Park District for a total of seventeen members.

34.The League will play under Official National Little Association Rules unless otherwise stated.

35.  If a team does not supply workers in the concession stand on their assigned night, the penalty will

       be that the assigned team will lose that night’s game.  There must be at least 4 workers from the

       assigned team in the stand during all four games that are being played that night.