middle school baseball is not as competitive as high school,and in middle school you cant get a scholarship for a college school None, They are both Federation Rules, Middle School should be a stepping stone to High School
people need to wear helmets to protect their heads from the damages
school rules from brazil
It depends on the rules of you local high school league. You will have to ask them.
If your under school rules, yes. School rules..
In professional baseball, yes. In some high school and college rules, no. Local/state high school associations make some special rules that are different than those used in professional baseball.
The rules differ from place to place, so it depends on where you are and usually also on how old you are.
Some school rules might include "no weapons in school" or "no running in the hallways." School rules are generally posted in the school handbook that is given to students each year.
There is no such term as batting in the sport of badminton.
This would depend on the rules your high school goes by. In many cases you can start a game with 8 players, but it would depend on the Associations Rules and Regulations
Old hockey is almost no rules with no helmets and no glass and fights that go on until one is out cold.
Yes, most high school leagues require -3, but rules can be different from league to league.
there are 45 rules for baseball in MLB
Go on line to MLB.com and search for rules, or google baseball rules.
Yes. You will need to contact your state or league for your area.
the principal makes the rules for the school.
Baseball has become a lot safer, with the new bats, helmets, rules, and skill (so pitchers don't hit batter). As you can see, the MLB has gotten a lot harder, with a lot more skill. The league needed to help keep safety first.
I think that you HAVE to use a -3 bat in High School, and smaller bat would be against the rules.
The original rules of baseball were developed by Alexander Cartwright in 1845. Click on the 'Original Rules of Baseball' link on this page to read all about them.
rules for middle school soccer are similer to pro rules. i am not sure about the rules on subsitutions, but as far as i know there are not any other differences
You can. While school officials have no direct authority away from school, they may still address and advise their students. While you are on school premises, you are subject to school rules. And school rules can be extended to include local community rules, county rules or country rules ( 'the law of the land rules'). So exhibit good manners wherever you are, and you can avoid unpleasant forms of discipline.
1845. The first official baseball rules were written in 1845.
There are school rules because, they don want to get hurt like broke your legs hit their elbows , and make them study harder and more u give school rules , no one wants to break the rules.
It depends on the exact league that you are playing in. If it is a travel team there is probably no restrictions. If it is a school team the restriction is probably -7