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Important Bat Rules - updated 2015

2015 Little League Rule Changes


 
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March 27, 2012

 

 

Little League International has been advised that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has provided official notice that the BBCOR decertification process has been implemented for the Reebok Vector-TLS 33-inch model bat.

 

Effectively immediately and until notified otherwise, this bat (Reebok Vector-TLS 33-inch length) should be considered non-compliant and subject to Junior, Senior, and Big League Baseball Rules 1.10 and 6.06(d).

 

It should be noted that the National Federation of State High School Associations has taken similar action.

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SUBJECT: Non-Compliance of Nike Bat Model #Aero CX2-BT0636

 

 

Little League Baseball, Incorporated has been informed that Nike Bat Model #Aero CX2-BT0636 has failed recent performance standard compliance testing.

 

Effective immediately, Nike Bat Model #Aero CX2-BT0636, including all graphic variations, is not eligible, or approved, for use in any Little League program or activity.

 

To view photos of the bats, Click Here.

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SUBJECT: Non-Compliance of Nike Bat Model #Aero CX2-BT0636

 

 

Little League Baseball, Incorporated has been informed that Nike Bat Model #Aero CX2-BT0636 has failed recent performance standard compliance testing.

 

Effective immediately, Nike Bat Model #Aero CX2-BT0636, including all graphic variations, is not eligible, or approved, for use in any Little League program or activity.

 

To view photos of the bats, Click Here.