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Overview

Playoffs for the 8U, 9U, 10U and Middle School divisions start on Saturday May 13. The playoff rules and schedules are listed below by age group. The league will not be holding a closing ceremony/parade this year.


Seeding

Seeding for playoffs is determined by the regular-season standings. Standings are calculated by points where Win=2 points, Tie=1 point, Loss=0 points. If two or more teams have the same number of points in the standings, they are resolved in order of:

  • head-to-head
  • runs allowed head-to-head
  • runs allowed overall
  • strength of schedule

NOTE: In the case of a tie, the standings that our scheduling system automatically computes are not necessarily the final standings. The scheduler will determine the seeding results after the last regular season games have been played and posted here.


8U Playoffs

Rules: The 8U Rules are still in effect for the playoffs and championship game with the following exceptions:

  • Playoffs: Four innings, no new inning after 75 minutes. Innings 1-3, 4 runs per inning; inning 4, 12 run max.
  • Championship: Four innings, no time limit, no run limit in the fourth and subsequent innings. Pitching limits reset if extra innings.

International tie-breaker rules in effect.

Seeding: Seeding for playoffs will be based on the results of the last five regular season games for each team.

Seed Team
1 804 Norton - Dabbin' Divas
2 802 Feltham - Fuschia Crushers
3 803 McCafferty - Hurricanes
4 805 Orsi - The Force
5 801 Conover - Purple Panthers
6 806 Riley - Blue Lightning

 

Bracket: 8U Bracket (PDF)

Home team: Highest seed is home team in all games.

Winners: Dabbin' Divas
2nd Place: Hurricanes
3rd Place: TBD
4th Place: TBD


9U Playoffs

Rules: The 9U Rules are still in effect for the playoffs and championship game with the following exceptions:

  • Playoffs: Pitching limit of 4 innings per game; pitching limits reset if extra innings
  • Championship: Five innings with no time limit

International tie-breaker rules in effect.

Seed Team
1 904 Meier - Inferno
2 903 Magpusao - Beast Mode Pandas
3 905 Melissare - Vicious Vespas
4 902 Fowler - Crushers
5 906 Spencer - Thunderbolts
6 901 Dorkin - Killer Dolphins

 

Bracket: 9U Bracket (PDF)

Home team: Highest seed is home team in all games.

Winners: Inferno
2nd Place: Crushers


10U Playoffs

Rules: The 10U Rules are still in effect for the playoffs and championship game with the following exceptions:

  • Playoffs: Pitching limit of 5 innings per game; pitching limits reset if extra innings
  • Championship: Six innings with no time limit

International tie-breaker rules in effect.

Seed Team
1 103 Booe - Bomb Squad
2 105 McNeill - Rebels
3 104 Dela Cruz - Heat
4 106 Rippy - All Stars
5 101 Aluzzi - SWAT
6 102 Bier - Slammin' S-Limers


Bracket: 10U Bracket (PDF)

Home team: Highest seed is home team in all games.

Winners: Bomb Squad
2nd Place: Heat


Middle School Playoffs

Rules: The Middle School Rules are still in effect for the playoffs and championship game with the following exceptions:

  • Playoffs: Pitching limit of 6 innings per game; pitching limits reset if extra innings
  • Championship: Seven innings with no time limit

International tie-breaker rules in effect.

Seed Team
1 MS5 Randi - Stealerz
2 MS3 Melton - Marauders
3 MS1 Deplitch - SWAT
4 MS4 Piscanio - Top Gun
5 MS2 Martinez - Hot Tamales

 

Bracket: MS Bracket (PDF)

Home team: Highest seed is home team in all games.

Winners: Stealeerz
2nd Place: Marauders


International Tie-Breaker

International tie-breaker rules are used when a regulation game ends in a tie. For playoff games, this occurs when the teams are tied after completing the required number of innings or after reaching the time limit for that age group. There is no time limit for championship games.

At the beginning of each team's at-bat, the last batter from the previous inning is placed on second base. This is the last batter, not the last out. For example, the player with the last at-bat in the 7th inning would go to second base at their team's at-bat for the 8th inning. If the number 5 batter is the lead-off batter, the number 4 batter goes to second base. Each batter starts with a zero count (0 balls / 0 strikes).

It is not sudden death. Each team has an opportunity to bat each inning. The game ends when one team is ahead at the end of an inning. If the game is still tied after eight innings, then the last batter from 8th inning is the player on second base at the start of that team's at-bat for the 9th inning, and so on.

Pitching restrictions are lifted during the tie-breaker innings only. The coach can determine who to pitch in the tie-breaker innings and those innings do not count towards that pitcher's limit for the week.