Register your Coed Team today for the 3rd Annual Pony Wagon Day Softball Tournament! This years tournament will be in similar format to 2012.
WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A BAD A$$ T-Shirt stating their awesomeness and CASH MONEY.
A single elimination round robin tournament, to seed teams, followed by a double elimination tournament.
Rules to Consider:
At least three Females must be on the field at all times.
1:1 Count Awarded First Base when 3 balls are called by the Umpire. Out if he has a second strike.. Out if he hits a Foul Ball after 1 strike. NOTE: if a fly ball is caught, it remains live.
The Run Rule, which awards a win to a team ahead in a game after three innings, is 30 runs, after four innings is 20 runs or after five innings is 15 runs.
Any Male walked in front of a Female player will result in the option for the female to have first base as well.
1-up or progressive HR rule. If team one hits an out of the park HR team 2 will need to hit an out of the park HR for team 1 to hit another out of the park HR. If an out of the park HR is hit before the other team hits and out of the park HR will result in an out. EXAMPLE. Back to Back out of the park HRs...second HR results in an out.
UAAA pitching standards: At least 3ft high, no more than 10ft.
Batting orders will be exchanged between teams. Teams will be responsible for communicating changes. Batting line-ups are official once game begins. If an incorrect Batter is discovered before he completes his turn at bat, the correct Batter may take his proper place, assuming any accumulated balls and strikes. If the mistake is discovered after the incorrect Batter has completed the turn at bat, and before a Pitch has been made to a succeeding Batter then the Batter who should have batted is called out anda ll Base Runners, if they have advanced, must return to the base occupied at the time the incorrect. If undiscovered before the a Pitch has been made to a succeeding Batter then the play is LEGAL. The following batter will be the one that follows the incorrect hitter.
Any other rule guidance please reference USSSA rule book at the following: http://www.usssa.com/usssa/usssa-general/2007SPRuleBook.pdf
When & Where
Pony Wagon Days
St Paris’ greatest claim to fame is its tradition as the center for carriage manufacturing. In the late 19th century, the Walborn and Riker Company was the most prominent pony wagon manufacturer and their carriages were considered to be of the finest quality; a fact confirmed by their display at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893. To celebrate this heritage, the Pony Wagon Days Committee’s goals are to encourage everyone, young and old, to become more actively involved volunteers in their community, through planning, providing time and money, and participating in the positive, educational, fun community activities that surround and include the Pony Wagon Days Festival.