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RBBA Baseball Rules

Ground Rules

    Dogwood Upper

In play on the first base side runs from the end of the dugout fence extended in a straight line to the fence in right field.

In play on the third base side runs from the end of the dugout fence in a straight line to the base of the hill and then follows the base of the hill to the foul pole.

If a ball goes through any dugout opening, then it immediately becomes a dead ball.

If a ball gets stuck in a fence, goes underneath a fence then the player will raise their hands and the Umpire will call time.  The Umpire will note where the runners are and verify that the ball is in an unplayable position.  The Umpire will then place the runners accordingly.

Dogwood -Walter Johnson

In play on the first base side runs from the end of the dugout fence extended in a straight line to the fence in right field.

In play on the third base side runs from the end of the dugout fence straight to the light standard.  Then in a straight line from the light standard to the base of the hill on the right hand side of the warm up home plate and then follows the base of the hill to the foul pole.

If a ball goes through any dugout opening, then it immediately becomes a dead ball.

If a ball gets stuck in a fence, goes underneath a fence then the player will raise their hands and the Umpire will call time.  The Umpire will note where the runners are and verify that the ball is in an unplayable position.  The Umpire will then place the runners accordingly.

Potomac Woods Upper

In play on the first base side runs from the end of the dugout fence straight back to the temporary fence and then follows the fence to the fence in right field.

In play on the third base side runs from the end of the dugout fence directly to the corner of the third base coaches box farthest from home plate and the foul line.  From this corner a straight line is extended to the left field fence.

If a ball goes through any dugout opening, then it immediately becomes a dead ball.

If a ball gets stuck in a fence, goes underneath a fence then the player will raise their hands and the Umpire will call time.  The Umpire will note where the runners are and verify that the ball is in an unplayable position.  The Umpire will then place the runners accordingly.

Potomac Woods Lower

In play on the first base side runs from the end of the dugout fence to the block wall and then in a straight line along the wall to the base of the hill and out to the fence in right field.

In play on the third base side runs from the end of the dugout fence in a straight line to the corner of the block wall.  From there it follows the wall and the tree line straight out to the left field fence.

A ball that hits off of any block wall that is in play is live.  If a ball goes through any dugout opening, then it immediately becomes a dead ball.

If a ball gets stuck in a fence, goes underneath a fence then the player will raise their hands and the Umpire will call time.  The Umpire will note where the runners are and verify that the ball is in an unplayable position.  The Umpire will then place the runners accordingly.

Lone Oak

In play on the first base side runs from the end of the dugout fence in a straight line to the outfield.

In play on the third base side runs from the end of the dugout fence in a straight line to the outfield.

If a ball goes through any dugout opening, then it immediately becomes a dead ball.

If a ball gets stuck in a fence, goes underneath a fence then the player will raise their hands and the Umpire will call time.  The Umpire will note where the runners are and verify that the ball is in an unplayable position.  The Umpire will then place the runners accordingly