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Code of Conduct

  1. There will be absolutely NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES consumed on the school premises.  The adult and player will be told to leave the field if this rule is not adhered to.
  2. There will be no smoking on school premises.
  3. This league will not tolerate any yelling, profanity, or general misconduct from Managers, Coaches, Players, Parents, or Spectators. This includes public comments to an umpire.  We reserve the right to ask anyone violating this code to leave the playing area. If the problem persists, please contact the Division Head or the W.A.A.A. President.  This conduct may result in the child’s removal from the league.
  4. Managers and Coaches give generously of their time. Parents are asked not to abuse this. Please make arrangements so that your child is picked up on time.
  5. Spectators are asked to refrain from coaching on the "side line." This only causes confusion for the child and could result in an injury if the child is not paying attention to the game.
  6. Try to attend every game to support your child. Speak positively to your child about his/her performance.
  7. For the safety of everyone, please refrain from driving on the fields. If a problem persists, you may be removed from the league.

All-Star Selection Guidelines

All Star teams are made up from players from the Junior, Prep, Minor, Major & Babe Ruth divisions to play one final game for the season.  The purpose of the All-Star games are to provide incentive to players during the regular season to work hard and to practice in efforts to be one of the selected players from their team.  The All-Star game is a method of recognizing the hard work of these players throughout the season in a fun and exciting way.

  • The number of players selected per team and number of All Star teams will be determined by the Washington Baseball Board of Commissioners.
  • Managers from the various teams will make up the coaching staff for All Star teams.
  • The All Star selection process is based upon manager preference:
    • Players may be selected solely by the team manager.
    • Players may be selected by a vote of their teammates.

The process that Washington Baseball endorses, but does not enforce, is as follows:

  • Manager creates a voting ballot with all team players’ names.
  • Ballots are given to players one week prior to the last game.
  • Manager encourages parents to discuss with their child what qualities make an All-Star (ie:  hard work, skill & ability, good attitude, etc.)
  • Manager announces the teams selected All-Stars during final game wrap-up.

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