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Update Posted: 11/11/11
Rule 8 C Equipment: Wooden, metal, graphite or ceramic bats manufactured for baseball play, which are round and not more than two and five eighths inches in diameter at the thickest part, not more than 42 inches in length, are acceptable.
Rule 8 C (1) Equipment: Bats manufactured specifically for use in tee ball play, shall not be used when the ball is pitched by a player, coach or pitching machine. Coach-pitch bats will only be used in coach-pitch using a safety ball.
Rule 8 C (2) Equipment: Only 2-1/4” barrel non-wood bats which are manufactured to achieve a Bat Performance Factor (BPF) of 1.15 or less through the life of the bat are approved for play in PONY Baseball divisions. Effective January 1, 2012, all newly manufactured non-wood bats must be stamped “approved for play in PONY Baseball” and stamped with “BPF 1.15” and the year manufactured.
Rule 8 C (3) Equipment: Effective January 1, 2012, all minus (-) 3 bats must be BBCOR certified. The bat which may be wood or non-wood product shall be not more than two and five-eights (2-5/8”) in diameter at the barrel and shall be a smooth implement, from the top of the cap to the top of the knob. All non-wood bats shall meet the Ball-Bat Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) testing protocol maintaining the length-to-weight difference of 0.50 limit regardless of length. All BBCOR approved bats shall be labeled with a silk screen or other permanent certification mark. (NOTE: 2 3/4” bats are prohibited in all PONY sanctioned leagues).
Simplified Bat Rules:
No two and three quarter inch (2-3/4") diameter bats are allowed at any level of play.
Two and five-eighth inch (2-5/8") diameter bats that weigh minus 3 (-3) bats must have the BBCOR .50 stamp on them are legal, as long as they are designed for baseball use.
Two and five-eighth inch (2-5/8") diameter bats that weigh minus 4 (-4) through minus 13 (-13) bats are legal as long as they do not exceed 42 inches in length, as long as they are designed for baseball use.
Two and one-quarter (2-1/4") diameter bats must have a BPF of 1.15 or less stamped on them and they must also have the Approved for PONY Baseball stamped on them as well.
T-ball bat are only allowed when hitting off a tee and using a safety ball. (Not allowed when a coach or pitching machine delivers the pitch)
Coach-pitch bats are allowed in coach pitch divisions when using a safety ball. (Not allowed when hitting off a tee or when a pitching machine delivers the pitch)
(Details are posted on the PONY home page)
2012 WEST ZONE SUPPLEMENT TOURNAMENT RULES
San Bruno Bronco & PONY
Belmont/Redwood Shores PONY
Peninsula Colt League
Daly City South San Francsico Pacifica San Bruno Millbrae San Mateo
Foster City San Carlos Redwood City Belmont
WZ Girls Softball
The Pony Girls Softball program is growing in NorCal.
If your interested please contact:
Anna Huebner WZ NorCal Softball Director
Marina Girls Softball
Coast Region Tournament
8U, 10U, 12U and 14U
May 23 - 27, 2012
SF Giants and Pony Baseball / Softball - Pony Day Sunday April 15, 2012
Contact SF Giants Rep. Matt Peterson 415-972-2247 or your local league rep.
Oakland A's "Youth Sport & Family Night" - May 12, 2012 5:05 pm game start
Contact Judy Quinata 510-563-2250 or Jeff LaBonte 510-563-2227
Free League Wed Site Space:
Links for Non-Profit League Management:
- Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report FORM RRF-1
IRS - File form 990 or 990-EZ annually
- ABOUT FORM 990 AND FORM 990-EZ - Click to view.
- FORM SI-100 Every domestic nonprofit, credit union and consumer cooperative corporation shall file a Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State, within 90 days after filing of its original Articles of Incorporation, and biennially thereafter during the applicable filing period.
On line All Star team affidavit process / necessary doc's.
Is your current league interested and ready in becoming a PONY league member? Now is the time! PONY provides a well structured program paralleling true Baseball fundamentals and a sincere culture based on sportsmanship.
Please contact me personally firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or any of the above directors and we will be pleased to provide you with any information you require. Pony can also send you a video and info packet directly to your address at no charge.
PONY Baseball and Softball National. You can call at 724-225-1060; fax us at 724-225-9852, e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at PONY Baseball and Softball at P.O. Box 225, Washington, PA 15301. Use the "Contact us" link in the main menu for more.