If fields are open, all games are playable. If the weather changes by game time and fields are not closed, then the umpire and coaches will make the call at the field to suspend or cancel the game.
Play is not permitted when temperature is below 45 degrees with the forecast to be at or below that temperature for the duration of the game. Discretion is allowed in cases when the temperature is above 42 degrees and the hour-by-hour forecast calls for the temperature to reach or exceed 45 during the duration of the game. Please be thoughtful and consider the increased chance of injury to players as well as the enjoyment of the game for the players, coaches and fans when considering discretionary determinations.
NOTE: Be thoughtful of player’s aluminum bats as they are more susceptible to denting in temperatures below 50 degrees.
Per Easton Bat Warranty: http://www.easton.com/support/warranty-and-returns/bat-warranty*
*In order to ensure you have up-to-date information regarding your player’s bat, please check with the manufacture.
Precipitation and Lightning:
Play is not permitted when fields are deemed unplayable by the league due to precipitation. Play is to be cancelled, postponed or delayed in cases of visible lightning. These policies are not discretionary.