2022 Senior League

Senior League Standings

PosTeamWLPctGBDiff
1Mosinee Sr710.875050
2DCE Gold Sr630.6671.523
3Antigo Kerber-Rose530.625221
3Bone & Joint530.62520
5Merrill Blue – Sr420.571214
6DCE Grey Sr540.5562.56
7Marathon County Literacy540.5002.516
8DCE Green Sr350.3334-8
8DCE White Sr360.3334.5-24
10Antigo – Brickners170.1256-54
11Merrill White – Sr170.1116-44

Senior League Upcoming Games

DateHomeTime/ResultsAwayVenue

Senior League - Results

DateHomeTime/ResultsAway
4
May
Merrill Blue – Sr10 - 5Merrill White – Sr
4
May
DCE Green Sr14 - 3DCE Grey Sr
4
May
Bone & Joint5 - 4DCE Gold Sr
4
May
Marathon County Literacy7 - 0DCE White Sr
11
May
Merrill White – Sr2 - 17Mosinee Sr
11
May
Marathon County Literacy6 - 1DCE Green Sr
11
May
DCE White Sr1 - 7DCE Gold Sr
11
May
Antigo – Brickners2 - 10Merrill Blue – Sr
11
May
DCE Grey Sr12 - 0Antigo Kerber-Rose
18
May
Marathon County Literacy2 - 4DCE Gold Sr
18
May
Bone & Joint10 - 4DCE Grey Sr
18
May
DCE Green Sr8 - 8Merrill White – Sr
18
May
Antigo – Brickners6 - 8DCE White Sr
18
May
Antigo Kerber-Rose8 - 6Mosinee Sr
23
May
Marathon County Literacy 18:00:006:00 pmBone & Joint
25
May
Marathon County Literacy 18:00:006:00 pmBone & Joint
25
May
Merrill Blue – Sr 18:00:496:00 pmMosinee Sr
1
Jun
Marathon County Literacy7 - 11DCE Grey Sr
1
Jun
Merrill White – Sr4 - 2Bone & Joint
1
Jun
Merrill Blue – Sr2 - 3DCE Green Sr
1
Jun
DCE White Sr2 - 7Mosinee Sr
1
Jun
DCE Gold Sr12 - 4Antigo – Brickners
6
Jun
Marathon County Literacy 17:30:595:30 pmAntigo – Brickners
6
Jun
Bone & Joint 19:30:067:30 pmAntigo Kerber-Rose
8
Jun
Bone & Joint12 - 5Antigo – Brickners
8
Jun
DCE Green Sr2 - 12Mosinee Sr
8
Jun
Merrill Blue – Sr3 - 13Antigo Kerber-Rose
8
Jun
DCE White Sr11 - 5Merrill White – Sr
8
Jun
DCE Grey Sr6 - 11DCE Gold Sr
13
Jun
DCE Gold Sr6 - 7Mosinee Sr
15
Jun
Bone & Joint 18:00:006:00 pmMerrill Blue – Sr
15
Jun
Antigo – Brickners 18:00:296:00 pmDCE Grey Sr
16
Jun
DCE Green Sr12 - 2Antigo – Brickners
20
Jun
Antigo Kerber-Rose18 - 6Antigo – Brickners
20
Jun
DCE White Sr7 - 11DCE Grey Sr
20
Jun
Marathon County Literacy3 - 7Bone & Joint
22
Jun
Bone & Joint2 - 11Mosinee Sr
22
Jun
Antigo – Brickners7 - 6Marathon County Literacy
22
Jun
Antigo Kerber-Rose18 - 8DCE Green Sr
22
Jun
DCE Gold Sr11 - 6Merrill White – Sr
22
Jun
DCE White Sr8 - 9Merrill Blue – Sr
23
Jun
Marathon County Literacy10 - 5Merrill White – Sr
27
Jun
Antigo Kerber-Rose7 - 2Merrill White – Sr
28
Jun
DCE White Sr 18:00:026:00 pmAntigo Kerber-Rose
29
Jun
Marathon County Literacy1 - 1Merrill Blue – Sr
29
Jun
Bone & Joint12 - 8DCE Green Sr
29
Jun
Antigo Kerber-Rose3 - 4DCE Gold Sr
29
Jun
DCE Grey Sr8 - 10Mosinee Sr
5
Jul
DCE Grey Sr11 - 6Merrill White – Sr
5
Jul
DCE Green Sr2 - 3DCE White Sr
6
Jul
Marathon County Literacy11 - 3Antigo – Brickners
13
Jul
Antigo Kerber-Rose7 - 12DCE Grey Sr
13
Jul
Bone & Joint2 - 13Merrill Blue – Sr
13
Jul
Mosinee Sr11 - 1DCE White Sr
13
Jul
DCE Gold Sr9 - 11Marathon County Literacy
26
Jul
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League Rules

2022 Central Wisconsin Junior League
BABE RUTH RULES SUMMARY
EACH TEAM WILL BE CHARTERED UNDER THEIR OWN LOCAL LEAGUES.

All play will follow the official babe ruth rule unless documented below:

RULES

1. Home coach declares the game 90 minutes prior to the scheduled start. Coaches should then communicate with players and families using texts or group messaging apps.

2. BBCOR or USA bats may be used. USSA bats are not allowed.

3. Metal cleats are allowed in Babe Ruth.

4. Teams are allowed to start the game with 8 players. No game should start with 7 players. Teams may “borrow” a player from the opposing team under the forfeit rule.

5. All teams will use a continuous batting order and bat all players during the game. Unlimited defensive substitutions are allowed during league play to complement the mandatory play rule.

6. Run Rule: a game will be finished when after 4 innings complete, a team is up by 10 runs. Game length will be 7 innings or 2 hours. An inning starts when the 3rd out is made. No new inning shall start after 2 hours (please note exact game start time so this can be determined). No ties, California rule will apply if a game is tied after 7 innings. Start the inning with a runner at 2nd base (last out of the previous inning), with one out and a 0-0 count. Games can exceed the two hour time limit if they are tied and playing the California rule. There must be a league approved adult in the dugout at all times and kids need to stay in the dugout at all times unless they are warming up.

7. Suspended Game Rules: If a game is suspended due to rain, darkness, natural event: A game is
considered complete if you completed 5 innings (or 4 1/2 if the home team is winning) before the
suspended game is called. If less than 5 innings played (4 1/2 if home team is winning)

  • You resume the score, inning, runners, balls and strikes identical to the point where the
    game was suspended
  • A pitcher is allowed to “restart” pitching again as long as they have the correct number of
    days rest (https://www.mlb.com/pitch-smart/pitching-guidelines/ages-13-14).

8. Player Eligibility: Players in younger grades may play up. A player can play down if they are age qualified (born after April 30th cut off date). If a 9th grade player is currently playing high school baseball they must follow WIAA rules and regulations during the high school season. If a 9th grader is on a Legion or Jr. Legion Team, they may not play in this league. Players must play in at least 4 league games to be eligible to play in the league tournament. If you are 16 years of age prior to April 30 you can not play in this league.

9. Pitchers: Pitchers are not allowed to wear white sleeves of any length while pitching. Sleeves must be a solid dark color. Also, pitchers may not wear sunglasses while pitching.

10. Courtesy Runner: Courtesy runner is allowed for catcher and pitcher. Last out or any bench player that did not play defense last half of the inning.

11. Player Ejection: What is the penalty for a player that is affected during a game – should be a suspension of one or two games?

12. Pitch Count for League/Travel Ball: There is a pitch count for this league (see table below), if
you pitched on the weekend that goes towards your pitch count for the week.


PITCHING/CATCHING RULES WILL FOLLOW THE MLB PITCH SMART GUIDELINES

Pitch Counts:

  • 1-20 pitches in a day is zero days rest
  • 21-35 pitches is one calendar day rest
  • 36-50 pitches is two calendar day rest
  • 51-65 pitches is three calendar day rest
  • 66-95 pitches is four calendar day rest
  • Max Pitch count in Majors is 95 pitches
  • If the threshold is reached during a batter, the pitcher is allowed to finish the batter.
  • If a pitcher makes 41 pitches in a game, he/she is not allowed to play catcher in the same game.
  • The visiting team is the official pitch count recorder. The home team is the official score book. With both of these, both teams should keep track & compare as often as needed to ensure accuracy.

13. All teams in the league will qualify for the league championship tournament and seeding will be based on winning percentage. Will play each team in the league once to determine seeding. Additional games scheduled by the coach will not count in the standings or for seeding purposes.

  • Seedings determined by winning percentage
  • Head to head
  • Games completed
  • Coin toss

League Leaders: Batting

League Leaders: Pitching

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