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At the Bantam level, base paths are set at 80 feet, lead offs and stealing are allowed and games are 7 innings long. Balk balls are called on pitchers. Pitchers throw from 54′ and pitching limits follow the BC Minor Rules. Except for at the “AAA” level, all players bat in rotation as 9 man ball is not in effect.

The Bantam division is tiered and at all levels the teams travel to play other associations. If available, players may try out for the “AAA” team that offers a more competitive level of play. This team will play similar level teams from other associations. Players not selected to the “AAA” team will be selected to one of the “A” teams which offer a more recreational level of play. These “A” teams will play “A” teams from other associations.

Overview

Revised: August 31, 2008

At the  Bantam  level, base  paths  are set at 80 feet,  lead offs and stealing  are allowed and games are 7 innings long. Balk balls are  called on pitchers  and running  to 1st on a dropped 3rd strike is allowed (if 1st base  is unoccupied, or if 1st base  is occupied  with 2 out).  Pitchers throw  from 54′ and may pitch up to 7 innings per day and 14 innings per week.  Except for at the  ”AAA” level, all players  bat in rotation as 9 man  ball is not in effect.

The Bantam  division is tiered  and  at all levels the  teams travel  to play other  associations. Players may try out for the  ”AAA” team  that  offers a more  competitive level of play. This team  will play similar level teams from other  associations. Players  not selected to the  ”AAA” teams will be selected to one of the  ”A” teams which offer a more  recreational level of play. These  ”A” teams will play “A” teams from other  associations.

Rules

At the Bantam level, rules are established by  BC Minor  and can be found in the BC Minor Rule Book.

For more  information about  the  Bantam  Division, please  contact the  Bantam  Division Manager