10 - Man Men's Modified Pitch

Class B

  1. Must use local league roster.
  2. In 2007, legislation was passed to allow the USA Softball of Michigan President to appoint a sub-committee to review annually the teams that will move up to the next class their next USA Softball of Michigan tournament playing season. Each Spring, this sub-committee will meet to review all tournament records and determine the teams that will move up to the next class.
  3. Must have a record below .500 if playing in a league comprised of Class B and above teams.
  4. May have a record above .500 if playing in a league comprised of Division II teams.

Class A

  1. Must use local league roster.
  2. In 2007, legislation was passed to allow the USA Softball of Michigan President to appoint a sub-committee to review annually the teams that will move up to the next class their next USA Softball of Michigan tournament playing season. Each Spring, this sub-committee will meet to review all tournament records and determine the teams that will move up to the next class.
  3. Teams competitive with one (2) above.
  4. Must have a record below .500 if playing in a league comprised of teams in Class A.
  5. May have a record above .500 if playing in a league comprised of Class B and below.

 

Men’s 9-Man Major Modified Pitch teams will be determined by a pitchers list. A draft of such pitchers list will be formulated and circulated. This list will be updated, modified and/or revised on a regular and continuous basis but will be finalized by May 1 each year for that year’s National Championship Finals. The criteria for this list includes any foreign pitchers, any pitchers who pitch on the ISC list in the Major Fast Pitch program, Men’s 9-Man Modified pitchers who won games at National Championships, and any individual pitching in a Class A National Championship Final who has won two games or more. Any appeals regarding this list can be made through the Modified Pitch sub-committee.

9 - Man Men's Modified Pitch

Class B

  1. Must use local league roster.
  2. In 2007, legislation was passed to allow the USA Softball of Michigan President to appoint a sub-committee to review annually the teams that will move up to the next class their next USA Softball of Michigan tournament playing season. Each Spring, this sub-committee will meet to review all tournament records and determine the teams that will move up to the next class.
  3. Must have a record below .500 if playing in a league comprised of Class B and above teams.
  4. May have a record above .500 if playing in a league comprised of Division II teams.

Class A

  1. Must use local league roster.
  2. In 2007, legislation was passed to allow the USA Softball of Michigan President to appoint a sub-committee to review annually the teams that will move up to the next class their next USA Softball of Michigan tournament playing season. Each Spring, this sub-committee will meet to review all tournament records and determine the teams that will move up to the next class.
  3. Teams competitive with one (2) above.
  4. Must have a record below .500 if playing in a league comprised of teams in Class A.
  5. May have a record above .500 if playing in a league comprised of Class B and below.

 

Men’s 9-Man Major Modified Pitch teams will be determined by a pitchers list. A draft of such pitchers list will be formulated and circulated. This list will be updated, modified and/or revised on a regular and continuous basis but will be finalized by May 1 each year for that year’s National Championship Finals. The criteria for this list includes any foreign pitchers, any pitchers who pitch on the ISC list in the Major Fast Pitch program, Men’s 9-Man Modified pitchers who won games at National Championships, and any individual pitching in a Class A National Championship Final who has won two games or more. Any appeals regarding this list can be made through the Modified Pitch sub-committee.

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