© 2018 - Texas Elite Baseball Association (TEBA)

RULES & PROCEDURES

1) Teams notify home association TEBA Rep and update Sportability to show game(s) as "Rainout".

2) The teams will contact each other to determine several possible dates for a make-up. The home team will contact their TEBA rep with the possible dates.

 

3) The home team TEBA Rep will coordinate with their association's scheduler to determine/confirm a new date and time.

 

4) The TEBA Rep will notify the TEBA Age Group Scheduler to have Sportability updated.

Rainout Reschedule Process
Ejection Procedure

Any ejection during a TEBA league game, the head coach must report the ejection to the local TEBA association representative within 24-hours. Accordingly the local TEBA representative must report the ejection to TEBA grievance committee within 48-hours. All ejections will be reviewed by the TEBA Board at the next available meeting.

If you have a complaint about a TEBA member, director, umpire, coach, parent, or TEBA process, please email grievance@texaseba.com. Enter your Name, Email address, and then add the following information to the text box:
1) Date of incident
2) Location of incident
3) Type of feedback:  Player Ejection, Coach Ejection, Fan Ejection, Verbal Abuse, Umpire issue, or Other (please explain)
4) Your phone number
5) Your role: Player, Parent, Coach, Umpire, or Other (please explain).
6) Incident Details:

Grievance Procedure
TEBA League Rules

1) Local Ground Rules Apply first

2) USSSA Rules are foundational, with some exceptions:
    - 5 Runs per inning for 14U and below (updated Fall 2013)   
    - No Slashing 12U and under
    - For 12U and below, teams must Bat Entire Roster

    - No penalty (outs) applied if a player(s) is removed from game due to injury or illness

    - Free Substitution when batting entire roster
    - USSSA Base distances
    - Run Rules - 15 after 4 or 10 after 5
    - USSSA Bat Rules 1.15bpf apply
    - Coach Pitch at bats: (updated Spring 2014)
Batter shall receive 6 pitches or three strikes. A foul ball (not     caught) on the sixth pitch shall not be counted as a swing. The batter will continue to bat on a sixth pitch foul ball until such time that ball is put into play or the batter swings and misses. The batter will be declared to be out on a foul tip that is caught by the catcher for “strike three.”

3) Run Rules (clarified for Spring 2018)

- 15 after 4 innings

- 10 after 5 innings

- Coaches discretion on mathematical elimination

4) Teams must carry copies of rosters & proof of insurance

5) Scores to be posted in Sportability by winning head coach

6) Time Limits: 

  8U – 1:15 Time Limit
  9U – 1:30 Time Limit
10U – 1:30 Time Limit
11U – 1:40 Time Limit
12U – 1:40 Time Limit
13U - 1:45 Time Limit
14U – 1:45 Time Limit
15U+ – 1:45 Time Limit

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