Baseball – Concession Worker Fee

Concession Worker Fee: For years, the policy at CSA had been to require parents to work one night out of the season at the concessions stand with their team.  A few years ago, when asked whether the parents would rather work the concessions or simply pay an additional $20 at registration, a survey of parents…

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Baseball – Pinto Tryouts

Six Year Old Tryouts for Pinto League [UPDATED 2-12-15]: CSA strives to cater to the needs of each child based on their abilities.  Some kids might be ready to move up from Tee Ball into the Pinto League which is machine pitch.  However, the vast majority of kids are not yet ready to move up. …

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Coaches corner

ASEP ONLINE CERTIFICATION Links to the mandated steps to become certified through ASEP for Youth Sports Coaching in Lafayette Recreation and Parks Department programs.   HEADS UP to Youth Sports: Online Training Free online concussion training course presented by the Centers for Disease Control.  

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CSA-WIDE BASEBALL RULES

RULE 1.00 – GAME TIME LIMITATION 1.01 The official game clock for the early games in all leagues shall start at 5:45 PM regardless of when the first pitch is thrown or whe ther both teams are ready. The only exception is if the umpire crew for that game is not present. But once the umpire crew arrives and is…

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Parish Pinto League Rules

Teams may use ten (10) players on defense, however, four (4) must play in an outfield position. An outfielder cannot assume the role of an infielder, specifically, an outfielder cannot cover or occupy a base. In order to retire a batter/baserunner , the outfielder must throw the ball to an infielder. A ball hit over…

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CSA Baseball Rules

2010 LAFAYETTE PARISH YOUTH BASEBALL REGULATIONS Official rules will be from PONY Baseball and the Sporting News Edition with the following exceptions and/or clarifications. No player shall play for a team out of his/her league area in the Shetland, Pinto, Mustang, Bronco or Pony programs. In the Colt Leagues all players shall play within their team boundary. In…

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Baseball required equipment

NEW REGULATIONS 2012:  REGARDING BATS Baseball Bat Information: Essentially – Max diameter 2-5/8″ (NO 2-3/4″ Bats) and a BPF of 1.15 or less.  If a drop 3 high school bat it must be BBCOR.  Full updates on the new rules and the 2012 rule bookcan be found at the pony site.  Only 2-1/4″ diameter bats must…

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