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9U Select – Clarington Classic

9U Select Tournament

PosTeamWLDPctRSRADiff
1Thornhill Reds 13001.00064577
2Leaside2100.667723537
3Toronto Playgrounds2100.6673647-11
4Whitby Canadians2100.66764577
5Oakville1200.3334755-8
69U Select Orioles0200.0002227-5
7Thornhill Reds 20300.0003966-27
Tournament Rules
  • No new inning after 1 hour and 45 minutes.
  • Home team will be determined by a coin flip at the beginning of each game with the team that travelled the furthest calling the coin toss, the winning team will pick home or away for the game.
    • In the semi finals and finals the higher seed will be the home team.
  • Home team will be responsible to keep score on Official Baseball Ontario Score Sheet and ensure a tournament convenor receives white copy
  • Visiting team has no extra responsibilities
  • Special tournament rules
    • No batting practice permitted on the field
    • No infield/outfield routines allowed on the infield (keep ground balls outside the foul lines)
    • Please leave the bench area immediately at the end of game (conduct your team meeting outside the field)
  • Standings will be determined by win percentage:
    • The following tie breaking rules will be used for each placement independently:
      1. Teams with a forfeit loss are ineligible for tiebreakers;
      2. Head to head record among tied teams;
      3. Team with the smallest runs against ratio (runs allowed / number of defensive innings played) in games among tied teams;
      4. Team with the smallest runs against ratio (runs allowed / number of defensive innings played) in all games;
      5. Team with the highest runs for ratio (runs scored / number of offensive innings played) in games among tied teams;
      6. Team with the highest runs for ratio ( runs scored / number of offensive innings played) in all games;
      7. Coin toss
    • When there are 3 or more teams tied, the tiebreakers will exclude (b)(2). After the winner of that tie breaker is determined, the tiebreakers will continue, if necessary, excluding (b)(2) as long as there are 3 or more teams tied. When only 2 teams remain, the tiebreaker will start at (b)(1).
  • Semi finals and the final must be played to a winner
    • The following extra inning procedure will be used when the game is tied at the end of regulation play
      1. Each team will begin the extra inning (and any subsequent necessary extra innings) with a player on first and second, no outs.
      2. The placement of runners of the extra inning or any subsequent innings will be determined by how the previous inning ended.
        1. The hitter with the last plate appearance in the previous inning will be placed at first base.
        2. The hitter with the second-to-last plate appearance in the previous inning will be placed at second base.
      3. The traditional system of the visiting team hitting in the top of the inning and the home team hitting in the bottom of the inning will remain in effect until a winner is determined.
      4. All other Official Baseball Rules and Baseball Ontario rules remain in effect during extra innings. Example: If the last inning ends with the #6 hitter having the last plate appearance, then the extra inning begins the #7 hitter at bat, and the #5 hitter at second base and the #6 hitter at first base.
  • Alcohol
    There is NOT to be any alcohol at the park at any time. If anyone is caught they will be asked to leave the park immediately. Anyone that refuses to leave will have their team forfeit the game.