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12 inch balls for men and for the women in coed leagues.
Banned Bats are the 1. Miken
except 2013, 2014,
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018,
2019, 2020, or 2021 with a stamp.
Ultra II. 3. All
bats 4.All bats
over 1.20. 5.
other 1.21 bats
for seniors 50 years or older are
All bats 1.20 and below must
have an Approved Association designation on
them. Example: ASA, ISA, NSA, USSSA, USA. 7.
non-senior player, man or women,
be allowed to swing a No Association
designated bat or a Senior Softball
Use of a bat with graphics
not applied by the manufacturer will be the
use of an altered bat and subject to the
consequences under the rulings of Texas
Softball Hall of Fame.
Neither men or women may not hit with any
The consequence of entering the batters box
with any of these bats is ejection of the
bat and the batter is called out. Also, if
the bat is used, the batter is out, a dead
ball is declared, and all base runners
return to their bases. Ejection of the
batter from the game is required, if in the
judgment of the umpire, he or she argues
excessively or comes to the plate a second
time with a banned bat. Additional
suspensions or consequences may be added by
the Director. Safety is more important than
winning and cheating by using any illegal,
altered, or banned equipment is
unsportsmanlike and unacceptable.
All Texas Softball Hall Of Fame events play
on the Recreational level and not the
Championship level of play.
is recommended that pitchers or other
defenders wear shin guards or helmets if
they feel the need to do so. Face masks are
allowed for the pitchers. They are not
mandatory, but are recommended. It
is also recommended for each participant to
carry a waterproof container or baggie for
storing electronic devices in a way that
protects them from rain.
The 2021 pitching rules
LISTED BELOW are designed to give some
protection to the pitchers, are in
1. The height limit on a
pitch is 10 feet. 2. The pitcher may
deliver a pitch from up to 6 feet behind the
rubber. 3. Any line drive which hits the
pitcher or in the judgment of the umpire
the pitcher uses his glove as a shield to
protect himself from a ball that would hit
him, is a dead ball, batter
is out, and no runners may advance. As a
clarification, this means that
any ball hit
close to, near, or nearby, the pitcher is
always a live ball and never an out, even if he steps out of
4. If a hard
hit ball hits the ground or the pitching
plate before hitting the pitcher or his
glove used as a shield, it is a dead ball,
batter is out. 5. When a player comes out of
the game because of a batted ball, the bat
may also be confiscated by the umpires, the
Director, or the Director’s representative
for testing purposes. Failure to surrender
the bat when requested to do so will
immediately disqualify the player from
eligibility to participate and may cause a
forfeit of any win for his or her team.
The League line
Weather line 281-342-0789 Tiebreakers: 1. Record 2.
Head to head 3. Playoffs for identical records with even splits on head to head.