In Little League Baseball, rules usually call for the game to end if the winning team is ahead by 10 runs after five innings. In some leagues, this margin may be as little as eight.
In little league the mercy rule is that if a team is ahead by 10 points after 5 innings that team wins
There isn't a mercy rule in the MLB because the score hardly ever gets that high.
No, there is no 10 run rule in MLB.
Ir really depends what type of league your playing in.
In Little League baseball, rules usually call for the game to end if the winning team is ahead by 10 runs after five innings. In some leagues, this margin may be as little as eight.
there is none in the MLB ... there is a MERCIE RULE in little league ...
The "mercy rule" is only used in some leagues. There is no mercy rule in the MLB. My local Little League had a rule that if one team was up by more than 10 after the 4th inning, the game would be over and the team with the lead wins. ---------- 15 after 3 innings, 10 after 4 innings, and 8 after 5 innings is also a commonly used "mercy rule" in some leagues.
its called the mercy rule
yes there is no rule on that.
The high school mercy rule in baseball says that if 5 innings occurred and a team is ahead by 10 runs, the game is over. A mercy rule is used so that one team doesnÃ?t feel humiliated by a loss.
That rule doesn't exist in Little League International rules. Little League International allows for local rules to be established by individual leagues. That is likely a rule that a local league put into place for some reason.
Same as the Major League Baseball...9.----------In t-ball or Dad's Pitch, you will sometimes see 10 players. I don't know if that's a local league ground rule or an option that Little League Baseball allows.
I'm afraid not.
The mercy rule alltows the game to be ended early when one team has a very large and presumably insurmountable lead over the other team.
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
No, MLB does not use the mercy rule.
36 feet --------------------------------------- WRONG! The distance from the front edge of the pitcher's plate to the pint of home plate for Little League is 46'0". This is straight from the Little League rule book.
No, there are no professional sports leagues that carry a mercy rule
the batter is out
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there is no mercy rule in the MLB. in Junior High baseball it is the 5 inning. It is also the 5 inning for high school