Registration Procedures - only online registration available.
Fall Registration Dates for all leagues
||Wednesday, July 13, 2022
||Monday, July 25, 2022
| First day of play:
|| Week of August 24, 2022
PLEASE REGISTER EARLY! League is limited to 8 teams. Late teams not guaranteed placement.
Register online HERE, starting 8:00 AM on Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Rosters, team fees and player info must be submitted via email this year
Fees: Sponsor & Team
|Sponsor Fee (due at registration July 13-25, 2022)
||Team Fees (due by 8/18/22)
||$5 per player
Sponsor fees are initial fees paid by all teams at registration to reserve their spot in the league. All teams pay the sponsor fee and the team fee, regardless of whether the team has a sponsor.
The non-resident fee applies to all players who reside outside of the boundaries of the AAPS district.
Sponsor fees are due at the time of team registration. All Team and non-resident fees must be paid via email this year
Team roster, player info, and all fees are due by Thursday, August 18, 2022. Anything submitted after this deadline will be assessed a late fee of $2.00 per player.
Rec & Ed will accept credit and debit cards from the team sponsor, team manager or a designated, registered team member for sponsor fees, team fees or tournament fees. No personal checks will be accepted for partial payments or late fees.
Click here to view Rec & Ed's complete refund policy.
The season is tentatively scheduled to begin August 24,2022. All teams play 10 games and the season lasts approximately 5-7 weeks. Teams play twice a week, and could play doubleheaders on request of the team manager.
Fall game are played Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays with an occasional Monday. Games during the week will start as early as 6:30PM or as late as 9:00 pm and could last until 11:30PM. Sunday games will usually be scheduled between 12:30 - 9:00PM.
League Info, Rules & Guidelines
The Rec & Ed Adult Baseball Program will be governed by the current Official Baseball Rules. However, Rec & Ed league rules will supersede the governing rules.
Matching uniform shirts with visible and distinct numbers are highly recommended.
The official game ball will be a RAWLINGS R100. Teams must provide two new game balls to the plate umpire before every game.
An individual cannot participate on more than one team. Players must be of amateur status, and must have been so for a minimum of three years from professional status. There are no restrictions on a player's participation on any teams outside the Rec & Ed program or within other Rec & Ed programs.
Roster Limit: A maximum of 21 players will be allowed per roster.
- Any team that forfeits two games in a season (except for forfeits due to use of ineligible players, ejection or injury) will forfeit all of its remaining games on their league schedule unless a $50.00 re-entry fee is paid.
- A team must pay the league re-entry fee at Rec & Ed within seven (7) days of its second forfeit. A reminder will be sent only as a courtesy measure to notify a team of its second forfeit.
- If a team is not sure of its number of forfeits, it is the team manager's responsibility to contact the league statistician. The Team Sports Manager may waive the league re-entry fee as his or her discretion.
Score Sheets, Result Sheets and Standings
The home team must keep the official score. The team listed first on the league schedule is designated as the home team. The winning team is required to submit the game result sheet by emailing it to Nick at the Rec & Ed office immediately after the game. However, in the event your game ends in a tie, the HOME TEAM is responsible for submitting the result sheet. Teams take a picture of the result sheet and email it to Nick Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A team award will be presented to the division /league champion. In leagues with 9 or more teams, the runner up also receives a team award.
Karen Draves, Adult Team Sports Supervisor
Nick Doyle, Equipment/League Statistician
Rick Mull, Officials' Supervisor