ALL LEAGUE BASEBALL Last Revision: February 2, 2022

We at ALB would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing our tournaments. We put forth a ton of effort and we are very diligent in making our events as fun and safe as possible. If you have any questions or feedback, we invite you to contact us here and we will be happy to assist you. We ask that coaches and parents follow these simple bylaws, policies and precautionary measures below for an enjoyable and safe tournament. Thank you!

Coaches and parents, please take the time to familarize yourself with USSSA's bylaws and the additional policies All League Baseball has prepared below.

Gate fees per person are $10.00 for ages 13 and up and $8.00 for ages 7 through 12 each day with 6 and under being free. Please note that we cannot expect checks, debit or credit cards for gate admission.


Wristbands must be worn on the wrist of all spectators. No exceptions. If you leave the park and re-enter without the wristband on, you will be asked to pay the admissions fee again as we cannot always remember who has previously entered. We have many folks in the parking lot giving their wristbands to others.


A sign in sheet will be provided at the gate. For 8u teams, you are allowed up to 4 coaches. For 9u and up, you are only allowed 3 coaches. When a team is on defense, only 1 coach is allowed out side the dugout during play. If a team is up at bat, then you can have a first base and third base coach on the field.


If an argument needs to be made, the head coach will address it, not the assitant coach, player or the parent.


There are going to be some bad calls, as there are at every level. Please play the game. If the umpire rings up a player on a terrible call, only the coach should point it out to the umpire calmly or stop the game and ask for a director. Umpires are not to be ridiculed and micromanaged over a job that is extremely difficult. We have some of the best umpires around when compared to other locations and we would like to keep them calling for us.


Each ejection has many different variables. Ultimately it is the Site Directors responsibility to investigate and question all parties involved in a case by case scenario. If needed, the Site Director will discuss it with management to then be communicated to the individual and enforced. A Site Director should never discuss the punishment for an ejection with a player without the players’ coach or a parent present. If anyone threatens, harasses, uses derogatory language, or curses at an umpire it is an automatic ejection from the park for the remainder of the day. If it is a coach it will be discussed with the umpire if they come back the next game. If a parent or a player is ejected, they will be asked to leave the park. The second time a parent gets ejected, them and their child will be asked to leave. If that brings the roster under the required amount to compete, then that team will be forced to forfeit.

Head coaches, you can rate and complete an umpire report while providing us feedback!


During the tournaments, foul balls are not returning. Umpires will continue to go on the field with 4 to 5 baseballs and we ask that each team allocate someone to retrieve foul balls along with our staff. We will no longer provide additional balls to a field if they are not returning and we will delay games until balls are returned to the umpires. The only way we will provide additional baseballs to the current game is if they are not retrievable or the ball is unplayable.

With an average run differential of 4.8 since 2017, we will continue match up teams based on their competitive level and to the best of our ability.

For 8u to 10u, we will do Gold and Silver brackets for 7 or more teams or if the competition level is equal and we have 9 or more teams, we will bracket them up into two different divisions. There will NEVER be a Bronze bracket.

For 11u and up, you will start to see the brackets setup to be played out unless competition is one-sided and only then would we go to two different divisions or Gold and Silver based on the amount of teams.


Team payments must be paid in full on Saturday when you arrive or before hand. At the end of the day before we seed out for Sunday, if your registration fee has not been paid, you will be removed from the tournament and given a forfeit. We can not spend our week or months chasing down payments. Please remember one-day events are $150 for 8u and $220 for 9u and up. For example, if your team registration fee is $400, that doesn't mean you pay $200. It is $220. Please remember, teams are heavily discounted and the one-day events are expensive as we do not get breaks on our overhead.


If a tournament is canceled due to non-related weather issues and a team pays prior to the tournament, they will have the option to receive a full credit or full refund. If a team has paid and drops out of a tournament prior to the schedules being released, then the full amount will be credited and carried over to the next tournament. If a team drops out of a tournament after schedules have been released to go play in another tournament, then that team forfeits their registration fee for that weekend.

ALB simply enforces the rules of USSSA which is our sanctioning body. All teams 7u through 14u must be registered with USSSA. There are situations for example you may find a 12-year-old playing 11u baseball because he or she was left back a grade, then that is allowed per USSSA's bylaws.

Team registrations, folks, if you are 7u through 14u, you MUST be registered with USSSA prior to playing in our events. It is a major liability for us, and the kids are not covered by insurance if they are injured.


ALB simply enforces the rules of USSSA which is our sanctioning body. USSSA Pitching is often scrutinized. The rule is, a pitcher can throw 8 innings in a weekend with 6 innings being the max for that day. You can throw up to 3 innings on Saturday to be able to pitch no more than 5 innings on Sunday. If a pitcher throws more than 3 innings on Saturday, then he cannot pitch on Sunday, so please don't worry about other kids and their pitch count. Let the parent address it with their coach. That's between that team and the parents. If the teams are playing within the rules, then it is what it is. For all the rules and bylaws of USSSA, please review the USSSA Bylaws.

Coaches, time request are first come first serve and are time stamped. Please be sure to make all time requests through your coaches portal. We will not accept texts or phone calls. Please only request time if they are truly needed.

Time Requests

After numerous discussions with coaches and directors throughout the Southeast, we have decided to implement some new changes regarding ties and time limits. Starting this Spring of 2020 we will allow ties on Saturday seeding games. This is to help coaches save on pitching and protect the players arms.


For 8u, all gold championships will have a 1 hour 45 minute time limit. For 9u through 12u divisions all gold championships will have 2 hour and 15 minute time limit. For 13u and 14u and high school divisions all gold championships will have a 2 hour and 20 minute time limit. Silver championships will all be timed at regular times that the director has set for that tournament. The tournament directors have the authority to shorten game times as needed.


All consolation games are drop dead finsihed the batter based on the age groups allocated time allowed. Consolation games can end in a tie.

If a bat is not deemed illegal by USSSA than it is legal. We will only pull the bat if it is cracked, rolled, tampered with and or dented. If the bat is webbed, then it is deemed legal as that is a coating issue with the paint or sticker around the barrel. In 13u -3 BBCOR and -5 or wood bats are considered legal to use in All league Baseball tournaments in all markets. 14u and above is -3 BBCOR and/or woodbat.