Indiana State Little League: Welcome

Welcome to Little League Baseball and Softball - Hoosier Style

Welcome to the Indiana State Little League Website

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We welcome all who come to this website for information on tournaments across the Hoosier state. It is the intent of this website to keep track of all tournaments happening within Indiana. Not just for Major boys, but for all ages and genders. Thanks to each of the host districts for forwarding the tournament information and good luck to all participants.

Feel free to sign our Guestbook and let us know what you would like to see on the website and we will review all requests.

 
Marlin Culp
State Coordinator and District Administrator
Indiana 14


Tuesday, September 30
Little League Announces Change in Umpire/World Series Policy


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The policy regarding the maximum number of World Series assignments a volunteer umpire may receive has been changed.

Previously, a Little League volunteer umpire was permitted to umpire only two different World Series tournaments in baseball and/or softball. Also previously, there was no minimum time limit between those two World Series tournaments. 
  
The new policy places no limit on the number of different World Series tournaments in baseball and/or softball that an umpire could work. However, the new policy places a minimum four-year hiatus between each of those assignments - during which the volunteer umpire must continue to provide his/her services to the local league/district.

With these additional opportunities spread out over a number of years, it is our hope these veteran umpires will continue to lend their expertise to the Little League program beyond their most recent World Series assignment.
Here are the conditions that apply:

1. Any umpire who has been assigned to a World Series may apply for another world series at a different level. 

2. It must be at least four years since the last assignment. (Example: An umpire works a 2009 World Series. That umpire once again becomes eligible under this condition to be recommended in 2012 to umpire a different World Series in 2013. If that umpire works a World Series in 2013, that umpire again becomes eligible under this condition to be recommended in 2016 to umpire a different World Series in 2017.)

3. An umpire may only be assigned to any one of the eight World Series one time.

4. An umpire that has left the Little League program for one season or more must re-qualify once again with all the required recommendations and umpire at least four years from when that umpire came back into the program. 


Check Out How Your District is Doing in the State Tournament

Just Click on the Tournament News selection on the left and you will get a chance to see the tournament brackets with info on dates, teams, times and other pertinent information. Good Luck in your tournaments.

Saturday, November 10
Keep Up to Date With Info in the State by Reviewing Meeting Minutes

Each time a Major Meeting is held for the State District Administrators Association, the minutes are kept and made available. When such minutes are ready, they will be posted on the website under the Meeting Minutes tab.