CODE OF ETHICS 

Players must refrain from using vile and profane language. In general, it is expected that players will be under control and not use obscenities. It is further expected that the manager will control the language used by their teams. Any physical violence is subject to immediate expulsion from the league.  Game personnel will not use language that reflects negatively on opposing players, coaches, umpires or spectators

  • Ejections :

    • The ejected player must leave the field in a timely manner without disrupting the game.

      • First ejection.

        • One game suspension

        • Notification of appeal from the player or manager immediately following the game.

        • The commissioner will discuss with both managers at the game along with the officials at the game.

        • The appeal will be settled within 24 hours of notification.

      • Second ejection.

        • Two game suspension.

        • Can not be appealed.

      • Third ejection.

        • Suspension for the reminder of the season.

        • Can not be appealed.

  • Abuse of Officials:

    • Any verbal or physical abuse of officials is not permitted and will result in immediate suspension for the remainder of the season.

    • Can not be appealed.

  • Fighting:

    • Any fighting or bench clearing incidents will result in immediate suspension for the remainder of the season.

    • Can not be appealed.​​

  • Intentionally Throwing at a Batter 

    • Any pitcher that is ejected for intentionally throwing at a batter shall be suspended for the team’s next four consecutive games.

    • Can not be appealed

    • If a pitcher does it a second time the player will be expelled from the league.

  • Verbal Behavior

    • Game personnel will not use language that reflects negatively on opposing players, coaches, umpires or spectators. The umpire will issue a warning and if the abuse continues will eject the offending person(s).