Our local league uses a five run per inning limit for our 6-7 year old pitching machine kids. This has been in place at least three years now (probably more). This year our new commisioner has dictated that we will still use this limit except for the bottom half of the last inning. The home team will have an opportunity to score up to ten runs this inning. Does this make sense to anyone? He has told us that this rule is "straight from Pennsylvania" and is refusing to even consider changing it.
My question is, how can it be fair to allow one team the opportunity (by rule) to score more than the other team? Any opinions would be appreciated, but I'm more interested in knowing if this is a Little League rule?
CoachBobMMember Since 10 Sep 2008
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