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Discussion: Roster and playing rule
|June 10, 2007|
|Roster and playing rule|
Player in a 2 day SSUSA qualifier is 61 yrs old. He registers w/ a 55 team and a 60 team. With the 55's he signes as an add on and as a 60, he signs as a regular roster player. He plays on the first day with the 55's and then plays with the 60 team on the second day.
The first time at bat on the second day with the 60's he hits a single. The player is idenified to the umpire before the next pitch.
What are the rulings (its ok, out, forfeit, disqualification, etc). If your quessing don't answer. I know there are different association rules but this one deals with the SSUSA.
|June 10, 2007|
|I'll stick to what I know so this should be short.|
In SSUSA, you can play in different age categories.
About this, I've asked more than once but
you cannot play at different levels.
if you're registered with a Major plus team
you cannot play on a Major or AAA or AA team
without official permission,
You also cannot play on one team in 50's let's say
with another team in the 50's
without being "released" by the first team.
All I know, to date.
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