Every team participating in league play must be registered with USSSA.
Every participant is required to abide by all Softball World rules, policies, and code of conduct.
A player's name must appear on their team's roster to be eligible. Players may only play on one team per night. Umpires and staff are not responsible for policing this rule, and it is up to the offended team to bring it to the attention of the umpires before the third inning of the game. Any player protested that has not signed the roster will cause his team to forfeit that game. The offending player is not eligible to participate in a game the rest of that night. Note: You must protest an illegal player before the third inning OR when the player in question enters the game.
*Any team caught with a player that is participating on a second team will forfeit that game, whether that player's name is on their roster or not. The offending player is not eligible to participate in a game the rest of that night.
Classification and Home Run Rules
|Home Run Rules and Player Classification per League|
|Mens SD:||4over the 300' fence and Open Rosters|
|Mens D:||2over the 300' fence and no more than 3 C players per team|
|Mens E:||Outover the 300' fence and no C players & no more than 3 D players per team|
|Mens E Rec:||Inning ending outover the 300' fence (No tournament players may play rec)|
|Super Coed:||4over the 300' fence regardless of gender and Open Rosters|
|Coed:||2 Male/2 Female home runs per game over the 300' fence and no C players|
|Coed Rec:||Inning ending outover the 300' fence (No tournament players may play rec)|
The management of Softball World reserves the right to deny any player from participating at a level of play that would be unsafe or unfair to the other players and opponents in that league. Management of Softball World also reserves the right to require teams to move up in classification for purposes of creating good and fair competition.
Softball World does NOT require uniforms.
Teams must have eight players to start and/or finish a league game. If a team starts with eight players, they may add their 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th player after the game starts. No automatic outs will be recorded if you start a game with a shortage of players. If you lose a player and do not have a sub, then an out will be recorded in that player's position in the batting order.
All protests must be made with a fee of $50 cash up front. If the protest is upheld the fee will be returned.
Starting line ups must be given to the umpire during the pre-game meeting. Each player's first and last name and number must be on the line up sheet.
10 after 5 innings - 12 after 4 innings - 15 after 3 innings - 20 after 2 innings.