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re: Primary/Secondary Player Status, Incl Automatic Enforcement Procedures Added In 2017
Summary Of ENYTB Roster Rules
re: Primary/Secondary Player Status,
Incl Automatic Enforcement Procedures Added In 2017
ENYTB.com performs automated enforcement of virtually all of the rules the league has adopted, including rostering, scheduling, player movement, reschedules and various other team and league administrative f... read more
SUMMARY OF ENYTB ROSTER RULES re: PLAYER MOVEMENT, INCLUDING 2017 REVISIONS
SUMMARY OF ENYTB ROSTER RULES
re: PLAYER MOVEMENT,
INCLUDING 2017 REVISIONS
ENYTB’s Player Movement System: What Are The Moving Parts; and, How It Works
Prior to 2013, ENYTB, like most leagues, used a ... read more
Over-Aged Players: Restrictions On Number & Use
Summary of ENYTB Roster RulesSeveral years ago, ENYTB began allowing teams to roster a limited number of "over-aged" players.
re: Over-Aged Players: Restrictions On Number & Use,
Including 2018 Revisions
DEFINITION: Any player whose official baseball age is one year greater than his team's registered age level is r... read more
What Is A Rule 85 Violation?
What Is A Rule 85 Violation?In general, ENYTB recognizes its members have the freedom to register their teams in whatever leagues they choose with one exception.
As stated in our Constitution and By-Laws (Article XVI, Section 16.2, RULE 85), any team formed by an ENYTB member with players taken from teams owned by other ENYTB members, if discontinued in this league, to play in another local travel league, that member shall forever be classified as a "non-continuing" member.
PENALTY: Non-continuing members, by definition, do not receive RFA credits nor roster protection.
To avoid this significant reduction in membership status, a member must continue to register its Rule 85 teams in this league and play at least ten league games in this league for as long as it continues to play said team in any other locally based travel league.
NOTE: ENYTB teams formed entirely of UFA are not subject to this restriction.
This rule has been in place since the league's founding in 1996. From the outset, we did not want the league to merely serve as a conduit or feeder program to other leagues. That only weakens our league in the older ages. And we believe it is inherently unfair for one member to take players from their fellow ENYTB members only to take those players out of this league altogether. That is a double whammy.
ENYTB does not want to stop teams from doing what they want to do but life is a 2-way street. At least register the team in this league for a minimal number of games (10) and help us keep our older age divisions competitive and viable.
NOTE: This rule was unanimously adopted in 1996 and first applied circa 2000 in the matter of Belmont RBI vs Schenectady Indians, Jim DiMidio, American Legion. It was reaffirmed in 2013, consistent with the RFA/UFA player classification system adopted by ENYTB in 2013, in the face of a challenge by Tom Bird.
What Needs Doing Between Activation & The Closing Date For Registration
What Needs Doing Between Activation
& The Closing Date For Registration
Once you have renewed your membership for the current year i.e., you have re-activated your club, team(s) and home field(s) with the league, you have completed step 1 in the registration process.
To complete your registration, you have six ad... read more
Last Man Standing Tournament - Open Entry w Open Rosters - All Ages & Skill Levels
Last Man Standing TournamentLooking For A Fun Way To Close Out Your 2018 Summer Baseball Season? ENYTB's Last Man Standing Tournament offers non-stop play in divisions classified according to both age & ability.
Open Entry/Open Rosters - All Age/Skill Levels - July 27-30
This is ENYTB's mot popular event of the year. Last y... read more
New Member Sign-Ups. Re-Activation of Existing Members & What's New In The League For 2018
Re-Activation, New Sign-Ups Hello everybody and welcome to the new baseball year and ENYTB's 23rd consecutive year of operation.
& What's New In The League For 2018.
Procedures for membership renewals and new member sign-ups remain the the same as always. To review:
1 - ... read more
2018 ENYTB BAT RULES
2018 ENYTB BAT RULESBats make great X-Mas presents. Many are contacting me to see if ENYTB is adopting the new USABAT standard in 2018. Our new bat rules are contained in the league email from late summer 2017, copied below.
To: All ENYTB Teams:
While some baseball sanctioning bodies are adopting the USABat standard p... read more
Closing Dates & Prices For ENYTB Spring/Sumer Registration
Closing Dates & Prices
For ENYTB Spring/Summer Registration
Registration Summary - 2018
Ages 9/10.....MAR 15.....$425/per team.....incl June MAdness
Ages 11/12 ...MAR 15.....$475/per team.....incl June Madness
Ages 13/14 ...APR 15 ....$525/per t... read more
13/14 Teams Only - Want To Start Play Early? Join ENYTB's EarlyBird Program!
13/14 Teams Only - Want To Start Play Early?EARLYBIRD PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
Join ENYTB's EarlyBird Program!
- All teams aged 13U and 14U are eligible.
- No charge.
- Play will begin as early as mid-APR if desired, and end the week before Memorial Day.
- Play will be Sunday only.
- Game type