Definitely not. My friend got kicked out of a little league game when he was 11 for playing 3rd base with a 1st baseman's glove
about 9 people including the catcher,pitcher,1rst baseman,2nd baseman ,shortstop,3rd baseman, right fielder, left fielder and center fielder.
It is allowed, though not generally recommended.
32" and that is really big for little leaguers
In 1974 little league baseball was expanded to both genders as girls were allowed to play little league baseball. The little league softball for girls was created.
If he can be fair and unbiased.
no your are only allowed 6 players in infield
Don't know if it's illegal in Little League to slide into first base, but it certainly isn't necessary. The reason for sliding into a base is to try to keep the baseman from tagging the runner. Runners going to 2nd, 3rd, or homeplate must be tagged out unless it is a forced run, in which case the baseman just tags the base. Running to first base does not require a runner to slide since the runner doesn't have to be tagged at first. All the baseman has to do is tag the base.
of course not
That would be a roaming short stop, and he is allowed to play as an outfielder.
At the moment (1/11/11), Little League Baseball has disallowed the use of composite bats in Little League Baseball. The Combat B1, B2 and B3 are all composite bats which, if the current rule stands, will not be allowed for Little League play. There are rumors that Little League Baseball is considering an exception but as of now the list of officially recognized bats is on this link: http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbats.htm
It depends, in little league, the shortstop is the rule. Usually, the shortstop will cover for a left handed hitter, and the second baseman will cover for a right handed hitter.