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2019 Safety Presentation

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2019 AHLL Manager Packet

Concussion Protocol


- From this link, please select Online Concussion Training , then Launch the course

Code of Conduct


Medical Release Form

AHLL Conduct Policy Letter

By-Laws
Field Permits
Home Run Input
Inputting Scores
Background Check Link

MANAGER/COACH EXPECTATIONS

The following rules are mandatory for all AHLL Managers/Coaches:

  1. Develop player physical and mental abilities as related to Little League Baseball.
  2. Teach sportsmanship and its importance to Little League Baseball.
  3. Instill the will to win and the ability to lose.
  4. Motivate performance at full potential.
  5. Avoid the use of vulgar or harsh language.
  6. Behave in a respectful and dignified manner at all times.
  7. Abide by all rules of AHLL and Little League Baseball Incorporated, including all Safety rules.
  8. Hold all discussions with umpires or opposing managers and coaches in a courteous manner, out of the presence of players and spectators.
  9. Cooperate fully with all AHLL functions.
  10. Properly care for and maintain all AHLL property and equipment.
  11. Make sure all players play the proper amount of time, are properly supervised and are given an equal opportunity.
  12. As applicable, provide an official scorekeeper for all home games and provided qualified umpires at the direction of AHLL.
  13. Immediately report all injuries to AHLL.
  14. Use AHLL fields only as directed by AHLL.
  15. Follow AHLL season schedule and field a team.
  16. Appoint one(1) Coach, one (1) Assistant Coach and one (1) Team Coordinator.
  17. Provide for Snack Bar representation as directed by AHLL.
  18. Provide proper representation at Field Day.
  19. Acquire team sponsorship as directed by AHLL.
  20. Attend Umpiring and Safety clinics as directed by AHLL.
  21. Full responsibility for the behavior of yourself, your coaches, your players and your parents at the field of play.
  22. Consent to background screening as required by AHLL.
  23. With the aid of the Team Coordinator, properly account for and provide receipts for the use of all team funds.

ALL MANAGERS

1) In the past, it has been noted that some equipment cages and bins are not always being locked after the last game.  Please make sure you lock up after the last game.  If in doubt, lock it up.

2) Field Maintenance.  After EVERY GAME, please make sure that you drag the field (don't forget to put the plugs for the base posts in first), fill in the pitcher’s mound and water the infield and pitcher’s mound. Please report any field issues to League officials. Let's keep the fields in the best shape possible.

3) Majors, Triple A and Double A.  Please remember to turn your score card in at the snack shack after every game for accurate posting. Please remember to note all home runs and injuries on the back.

4) Warming up pitchers.  The rules state that before and during a game, the only person allowed to warm up a pitcher isANOTHER PLAYER ON THAT TEAM.  Several instances have been brought to the Board's attention in which either a parent, coach or a non-team member child has been used to warm up a pitcher before or during the game.  This is against Little League rules and may result in suspension of the manager.

5) Catcher's Equipment.  All catchers’ helmets must have a throat guard.  This is a Little League safety requirement that must be complied with or risk suspension or postponement of the game.

6) Prior to Games, you may use wiffle balls for batting warm-ups.  All players MUST wear helmets.  Under no circumstance may you use base balls for hitting warm ups.

7) Due to confusion in the past over the rules regarding team helmet emblems and numbers, the board has decided to ban any stickers, applications, emblems, or paint from batter's helmets or catcher's helmets.  This is a safety issue first.  In most cases, these types of applications void the manufactures warranty.  Most importantly, they may mask a crack in the helmet which could result in an injury.  Additionally, the Board wants all players on the field to look as uniform as possible.

8) There has been an issue with different color sleeves on the same team.  The team color is dictated by the majority.  Example, if all players are wearing red sleeves however, one player has blue sleeves, either the opposing Manager or Umpire may require that player to either change into red sleeves or wear no sleeves. If half are wearing red and half are wearing blue, the Manager will be asked to determine the team color.  This is especially sensitive with pitchers as it may be deemed a distraction to the batter.


BATTING CAGE RULES

1)  All Batting Cage activities must be supervised by a manager or coach.

2)  Only adults shall operate the pitching machines.

3)  For insurance and liability reasons, only Anaheim Hills Little League players are allowed to use the cages.

4)  Only one (1) player is allowed in a cage at a time during hitting.

5)  All players entering a cage must wear batting helmets, even during ball parties.

6)  Any players outside the cages are not to be swinging or have bats in their hands.

7)  Gates should remain closed during hitting.

8) No chewing tobacco allowed anywhere on the fields and no spitting allowed in the cages.

9)  No food, drinks, gum or seeds are allowed in the cages.

10)  Clean up any trash around cages when done using them.

11)  Report any damage or issues regarding cages or equipment to AHLL officials as soon as possible.

12)  Cover pitching machines and lock cages when your team is done.

13)  Any teams not following batting cages rules will lose cages privileges at the discretion of the League.



2018 LITTLE LEAGUE BAT STANDARD

Effective 1/1/2018, Little League as adopted the USA Baseball Bat Standard.  Below is a link to a Little League media release which includes a link to a list of "Approved" Little League bats.  If a bat is not on the approved list then it is not legal to use.
Little League Bat Standard


PITCH COUNT

Little League has instituted a pitch count effective the 2007 season.  Changes were made in November of 2009 for the 2010 season. Please see the following for the most recent Rule Changes:
Little League Pitching Regulations

Pitch log sheets:

https://ll-production-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2017/12/Baseball-Pitching-Log.pdf

Pitcher eligibility tracking form:

https://ll-production-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2017/12/Pitching-Eligibility-Tracking-Form.pdf




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