NDG Little League Baseball

T-Ball House League

2013


Last Updated: Wednesday August 14th, 2013

T-Ball House League Baseball News

Coach Pitch House League Champions 2013

Coach Pitch Expos

Championship Game Results

Royals  19

   Expos  20

Game 1 - Expos Win Forces Game 2

Royals  18

   Expos  22

Ryan Frankel

Email: soup_frankel@yahoo.com

Cell Phone: 514-482-8197  

 

PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
DATE JOUR/DAY HEURES PARC VISITEUR RECEVEUR GAME
29-Jul Monday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Red Sox  19 Expos  14 2041
31-Jul Wednesday 18:15-20:00 Benny Tigers  15 Royals  19 2042
7-Aug Wednesday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Royals  21 Red Sox  14 2044
12-Aug Monday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Expos  19 Tigers  13 2043
14-Aug Wednesday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Expos  20 Red Sox  12 2045
17-Aug Saturday 09:00-11:00 Loyola-2 Expos Royals 2046
17-Aug Saturday T.B.A. Loyola-2 If Needed If Needed 2047

Note to Coaches

Scores of Games

&

the 24 Hour Rule

The coach of the winning team must email or call in the score to the director or your division (convenor) within 24 hours of the end of the game

or

both teams will be in default

Email House League Scores

Email Score: Ryan Frankel & Webmaster

 

T-Ball Parks

Loyola 2 - Fielding & Coronation

William Hurst - Grand & Terrebonne

 

Benny Park - Benny & Terrebonne

 


Regular Season Schedule & Scores


2013 T-BALL SEASON SCHEDULE PDF DOWNLOAD
NDG Minor Baseball
Coach Pitch - T-Ball
Schedule 2013
DATE JOUR/DAY HEURES PARC VISITEUR RECEVEUR GAME
29-Jul Monday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Team 4 Team 1 2041
31-Jul Wednesday 18:15-20:00 Benny Team 3 Team 2 2042
5-Aug Monday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Loser 2041 Loser 2042 2043
7-Aug Wednesday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Winner 2042 Winner 2041 2044
12-Aug Monday 18:15-20:00 Loyola-2 Winner 2043 Loser 2044 2045
17-Aug Saturday 09:00-11:00 Loyola-2 Winner 2045 Winner 2044 2046
17-Aug Saturday T.B.A. Loyola-2 If Needed If Needed 2047

 

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T-Ball Director -  Ryan Frankel

Email Score: soup_frankel@yahoo.com

Phone: 514-482-8197

T-Ball House League Standings

Teams W L Ties Points
Expos 14 3 - 28
Royals 11 6 1 23
Tigers 5 11 1 11
Red Sox 2 12 2 6

 

2013 SEASON NEWS

COACH PITCH TO REPLACE T-BALL

(Official ages to be 7 and 8 years olds as of April 30th of the current year. 6 year olds can as be included)

 

The following are the rules that are proposed to be used:

Each batter get 3 swings. If player fails to hit one fair after 3 swings, then he uses the Tee. There are no strikeouts during regular season. In the playoffs, the player gets 1 swing on the tee and if he does not hit the ball in fair territory, batter is out.

No player can play the same position twice in same game. In the playoffs, this rule will not apply.

Coaches will be permitted on field to help guide the defense for first 2 weeks only. In Week 3, no coaches will be allowed on field when game is on. 

In order to stop play, an infielder needs to have his hand up. The Outfielder cannot run the ball into the infield and raise his hand; he needs to throw the ball to an infielder who can then stop play by raising hand.

A runner needs to be 75% of the way to the next base or needs to return to the previous base once fielder with the ball raises hand.

A player can only advance ONE base on an error if the ball is out of play. If ball is in play (i.e. in the outfield), the runner may keep going.

In order for a game to be official, a team needs a minimum of 7 players.

 
In the regular season, the game will be played with all players in the field. However, during the playoffs, a maximum of 10 and a minimum 7 defensive players will be on the field including a pitcher who MUST have one foot on the pitching rubber during batting.

Everybody bats in the line up. There will be no substitutions unless there is injury or an Emergency.

There will be neither bunting nor stealing.

There will be no infield fly rule applicable.

Both teams need to bat the same number of hitters in line-up. Example: if Team 1 has 10 players and Team 2 has 9 players, Team 2 will bat an extra player in every inning. The same player cannot bat twice in an inning more than once.

For the last batter in the line-up, in order for the team on defense to stop the play, the ball needs to be thrown to catcher from behind the "fair ball" line. Only the pitcher is allowed to back-up catcher and make the play if ball gets past catcher (i.e. pitcher can pick it up, go to home late and raise hand to end play).

When a team is batting, 1 hitter is at the plate, 1 player on deck and everyone else is sitting on the bench.

No throwing bats. If player throws his bat, he gets a warning. If it happens again, the player loses his next at bat.

If a ground ball is hit to the pitcher, he must throw to first baseman to get the out rather than run with the ball and touch first base himself.

On last batter, if ball is caught on the fly, batter is out and other base runners can advance to home only if they tagged up.

Runners are able to tag up at all other times

If a pitcher (coach) gets hit with a live ball, the play goes on.

No inning can start past 7:45pm

 

In order for a game to be official, a team needs a minimum of 7 players.
 
In the regular season, the game will be played with all players in the field. However, in the playoffs, a maximum of 10 and a minimum 7 defensive players will be on the field including a pitcher that must have one foot on the mound during batting.

 

 

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