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Using Your Lineup Card. with the DP/Flex and AP’s. Why Lineup Cards. Records players used in the game Ensures the use of players is legal Determine Batting Out of Order Verify Courtesy Runner Prohibit excessive Conferences

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using your lineup card

Using Your Lineup Card

with the DP/Flex and AP’s

why lineup cards
Why Lineup Cards
  • Records players used in the game
  • Ensures the use of players is legal
  • Determine Batting Out of Order
  • Verify Courtesy Runner
  • Prohibit excessive Conferences
  • Provides clear tracking and allows reconstruction of what has happened
pre game conference
Pre Game Conference
  • Information to Check
    • Team Name listed
    • First & Last Name
    • Substitutes listed
    • DP/Flex listed
    • AP(s) listed
    • No Duplicate Numbers
    • No Player listed twice
    • Starting Players present
suspended game
Suspended Game
  • Information Needed
    • Game Time
    • Field #
    • Inning
    • Score
    • Outs
    • Count
    • Batter
    • Runners
    • Time Remaining
maintaining the lineup card
Maintaining the Lineup Card
  • Do it Immediately
  • Shorthand Notation
  • No one “right” way
  • You must be able to read
line up card information
Line Up Card Information
  • Information that requires logging
    • Substitutions
    • Courtesy Runners
    • Conferences
    • Ejections
    • Warnings
lineup
Lineup

Is this lineup OK?

First names only

No Substitutes ?

DP/Flex – APs ?

Duplicate Names / Numbers

Team Name

title
Title

Corrected Lineup

substitution
Substitution

Kretschman #12 in for Morgan #41

Note #12 is in 5th batting position.

Note #12 has been in game.

12

reentry
Reentry

Morgan #41reenters

Kretschman #12 out

Note #12 no longer in 5th batting position

Note Morgan has reentered.

41

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Reentry

Kretschman #12 reenters.

Morgan #41 out & done for game.

Note #12 back in 5th position

Note #12 no longer can leave and come back in.

Note #41 can no longer come back in.

12

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Substitution

Willis #5 in for Kretschman #12

Kretschman #12 out & done for game.

Note #5 in 5th position

5

courtesy runner
Courtesy Runner

Kretschman #12 reported as courtesy runner for catcher in 3rd Inning

#12 has not been in the game and is eligible to be a courtesy runner.

Roth #22 does not leave game.

Kretschman can not courtesy run for pitcher in same inning.

Kretschman retains substitution and reenter rights.

Note #12 used as Courtesy Runner

C3

about the additional player ap
About the Additional Player (AP)
  • Additional Player (AP) must be selected prior to the start of the game.
  • Failure to declare AP‘s at the start, precludes the use of the AP’s for the remainder of that game.
  • Up to two Additional Players can be used any where to increase the batting lineup to 10 or 11 batting.
  • The AP’s can also be used on defense (only 9 defensive player in the field).
  • The AP’s must keep the same position in the batting order.
  • If an Additional Player is used, the position must be used the entire game.
  • The re-entry rules also apply for the AP’s.
additional player
Additional Player

Use of AP

AP can be listed anywhere

All Ten (or Eleven) bat.

Any Nine can play defense.

AP listed where batting

NOT on Defense

NOT on Defense

about the dp flex
About the DP / Flex:
  • The Designated Player/Flex (DP/Flex) must be selected prior to the start of the game.
  • It is not mandatory the use of the DP/Flex.
  • Failure to declare the DP/Flex at the start, precludes its use for the remainder of that game.
  • The Designated Player (DP) is basically an offensive player. The Flex player is basically a defensive player.
  • The DP should be listed where they are battingThe Flex should be listed last.
  • A pinch hitter or runner can substitute for the DP or the Flex and she become the new DP or Flex.
  • All players can re-enter including the DP and the Flex.
the role of either can be terminated when
The role of either can be terminated when:
  • A. The Flex bats or runs for the Designated Player (DP).
  • B. The Flex is not playing defense nor offense.
  • In both case the number of players in the lineup is reduced by 1.
  • The lineup can go back up by 1 if either the DP or the Flex re-enters.
  • or a substitute for either enters or re-enters
dp flex
DP / Flex

Use of DP / Flex

DP is listed where batting

Flex is listed last

Playing with Eleven

First Ten bat.

Any Nine can play defense.

DP listed where batting

FLEX listed Last

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DP / Flex

Any Nine can play defense.

NOT on Defense

NOT on Defense

NOT on Defense

NOT on Defense

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DP / Flex
  • Any Nine can play defense.
  • If FLEX not on defense, FLEX out of game.

Unless the FLEX has replaced the DP

  • Eliminates non-batting position.
  • Reduces number in lineup.
  • Must be reported.
  • Note on Lineup Card

X

NOT on Defense; Out of Game

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DP / Flex

May substitute for DP at any time.

DP may re-enter.

If DP not on offense, DP out of game.

  • FLEX playing offense
  • Only for DP.
  • Reduces number in lineup.
  • Must be reported.
  • Note on Lineup Card

NOT on Offense; Out of Game

X

NOT on Defense

Running for DP

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DP / Flex

May substitute for FLEX at any time.

FLEX may re-enter.

The DP or an AP may play defense for the FLEX. In either case, the FLEX will leave the game.

Note on Lineup Card

NOT on Defense

X

NOT on Defense

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DP / Flex

The Flex (Non Batting) Position can be Re-established.

If FLEX re-enters into non batting position.

Note on Lineup Card

Flex back in

Flex can not reenter

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DP / Flex

The Flex (Non Batting) Position can be Re-established.

If DP re-enters and FLEX moves back into non batting position.

Note on Lineup Card

DP back in

DP can not reenter again

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DP / Flex

FLEX can only bat/run for DP.

The FLEX is ejected for batting/running for someone other than the DP.

FLEX can NOT bat Here

FLEX can only go Here

NOT on Defense

Batting for DP in DP spot

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DP / Flex

The DP may play any defensive position, any time and any number of times. Does not count as a substitution for anyone except the FLEX. Must be reported.

The FLEX may play offense in DP’s position any time and any number of times. This is a substitution for the DP. Must be reported.

The DP & FLEX can both be on defense at the same time.

The DP & FLEX can NOT be on offense at the same time.

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DP / Flex

No courtesy runner for DP.

Unless DP is the pitcher or catcher of record.

NOT on Defense

CR Only if P or C

NOT on Defense

conferences

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Conferences

In 3rd Inning, Defensive Coach goes to mound to talk to Pitcher.

Note Conference on Lineup Card.

shorthanded
Shorthanded
  • With No eligible substitutes
  • Flex or DP injured – play down one – NOT shorthanded
  • Using DP/Flex; a different player injured.
  • Can Flex take player’s batting position?
  • Playing with 2 APs and 2 players injured.
  • Can the game continue since team can still field nine (9) on defense?
multiple substitutes
Multiple Substitutes
  • Between Innings, Coach reports substitutes for first three batters.
  • Legal – Players are in the game when announced.
  • Coach reports a pinch hitter for Pitcher and that the Pitcher will reenter when team goes on defensive.
  • Pinch Hitter is put in the game. However Pitcher must be reported when she reenters.
it is a great system but
It is a Great System but…
  • You have to practice it
  • You have to commit to using it

GOOD LUCK!