I think the stealing rule in Little League is NO leading, runner cannot start running until the ball crosses the strike zone or is hit by the batter.
There are no lead-offs in Little League. (except Senior & Big League)
If a runner is heading back to the base when the pitcher is on the mound, he MUST go back to the base, otherwise he can be called out. Now if you get a secondary lead after the pitch already crossed the plate, and you do not start to head back to your base, then you may advance as the pitcher is getting on the rubber, this would be considered a "delayed steal" --- however, you must make your motion to advance BEFORE the pitcher is on the rubber, otherwise you must retreat back to your base
Only if the pitcher warms up on the diamond.
In any league, the last pitcher to pitch the ball is responsible for that batter. If he strikes him out, the credit goes to him, regardless of how many pitches he throws.
Depends on what age your talking about. On many league websites they usually post the rules of there games, including the distance that the pitcher pitches.
I am in little league and so I know a little about this. I'll say on average we pitch about 60 pitches. Not that many, but a lot in just six innings.
Jesse who plays for Morley Eagles. Pitches for Western Australia in lots of competions and plays All Stars.
In the Mt Gravatt eagles, there is a kid named Danny who can do perfect pitches and his fastest was 86mph during training and 80mph during a game.
No. Pitchers can re-enter once in Juniors and above, but there is no re-entry as a pitcher in Majors and below in Little League.
NO. The limit will be determined by the coach.
18 Pardon me while I chuckle.
If he is skilled enough
Jehrico Scott 44 mph
The difference is little league's fences are at 200 ft. and most high school fences are 315-400 ft. Also high school pitches from sixty ft. and the bases are at 90 ft. while little league pitches from 45 ft. and the bases are at 60 ft. Actually the pitching distance in Little League is 46 feet.
i think this pitcher in little league does and he can pitch 59 mph
To my knowledge, Tim Wakefield of the Boston Red Sox, before he became a Red Sox player, threw 215 pitches lasting just under 15 innings. Because he throws the Knuckleball, he requires little effort to throw.
the average speed is 64.78 MPH
Pat Venditte did, so yeah.
46 feet. http://www.sportsknowhow.com/baseball/field-dimensions/little-league-baseball-field-dimensions.html
For little league they are usually 46-60 meaning 46 ft from pitcher to catcher and 60 ft from the bases
Honestly, it varies. I've seen short little league pitchers that are the best. But speaking from what experts would say, the upper 5 feet, 5'8, 5'9, etc. Less then that as well, though. If your a little league pitcher, or your son is, don't let the lack of height get you down. Anything is possible.
No. If the pitcher is on the mound and the runner runs to second they will be considered out.