Umpire Contact Information
Mike Redburn (Umpire-in-Chief): email@example.com
Bill Dunn: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stan Ball: email@example.com
Ray Campbell: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Elrod: Jre1024@icloud.com
Rich Raybuck: email@example.com
Bryan (Umpire/D18) Wild: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dalton Phillips: email@example.com
Colin Hill - Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Sherman: email@example.com
Eric Donihoo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hector Ramos: email@example.com
Richard Allison: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Riddle: email@example.com
No upcoming scheduled events.
If a new bat is on your baseball player’s wish list, there are some important things you may want to think about before making your purchase this year.
Beginning on January 1, 2018, Little League will begin using a new standard established by USA Baseball, and the current 1.15 Bat Performance Factor will no longer be the standard for Little League-approved baseball bats. Baseball bats with the new USA Baseball Standard won’t be commercially available until late 2017, for use in 2018, so, while your Little Leaguer’s current Little League-approved baseball bat will be good through next season, he or she won’t be allowed to use it in 2018.
The USA Baseball standard in 2018 will only apply to baseball, however, so if you are looking to buy a softball bat for the holiday season this year, be sure it follows the specifications in the Little League Softball® rulebook. For more information on the new bat standard, and to know if your bat will be allowed, visit LittleLeague.org/batinfo.
It clearly states that only Little league Baseball bats are effected. Softball bats are not affected.