As part of the new rule changes, Little League has modified the residency document requirements into three categories in order to prove "residence."
The playing rules governing organized baseball and softball have been evolving for nearly 150 years. The interpretation of some rules may be confusing if not fully explained. Since the first season of Little League Baseball® in 1939, the playing rules have also undergone several incarnations and evolution.
Throughout the season, in almost every set of bleachers at Little League® fields everywhere, there will be discussions about certain rules and regulations that parents and other spectators have questions about. Here are some of the most common questions and answers to help provide clarity. Must a runner slide into home plate?No.
This is a link to buy the official rule books.
Leagues Receive a discount on Rulebooks, so ask your League if you can buy it from them or if they have an extra copy.
Many misunderstandings on the field are the result of "Everybody Knows That..." rules myths. Listed below are a collection of common misbeliefs about Little League baseball and softball rules. Each of these statements are false. Clicking on each link will explain the correct ruling. The ball is dead on a foul tip.
Since this page contains rule "myths" the bolded statement is meant to be false.
Riverton's Cody Beers behind the plate umpiring