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Discussion: Bats

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May 21, 2023
Captain Marauder
Men's 65
91 posts
Bats
If you step into the batters box with a bat not on the approved and or non approved list-- should you be called out, or just get a warning---- some players bring bats that their league approves and want to use them at ssusa tournaments-- umpires some time check your bats before the game starts but not all the time.
May 22, 2023
B.J.
1080 posts
3.4(7) PENALTY FOR USING AN ILLEGAL BAT
A. Any attempt to use an illegal bat in SSWC or SSUSA play will result in the batter being ejected from the game. The second offense by a member of the same team will result in the player and manager being ejected from the tournament.
B. The batter will also be called out.
C. The base runners will be instructed to return to the base(s) occupied at the time the illegal bat was used, providing there are fewer than three outs.
May 22, 2023
Rob64
Men's 50
189 posts
True in theory not true on the field! I have plenty of examples, but who are we as players to say! NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!!!
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