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International Tournament Tip of the Day – Tip 2

League Boundaries are Frozen

As stated in Rule IIg of the 2008 Little League Baseball rulebook, each local Little League’s boundaries will be “frozen” at its current status. “Frozen” means, each league will continue to operate under its current boundaries. The league shall limit its boundaries to and draw its players from an area approved by the District Administrator and Regional Director.

Boundary maps for leagues must be signed and dated by the League President and District Administrator with a copy to be sent to the Regional Office. The approved map on file at the Regional Office is the “official” map, provided it does not encroach on any other chartered Little League’s boundary.

The Charter Committee reserves the right to grant waivers and adjust boundaries where needed. All requests for mergers and to expand league boundaries by adding additional territory must be provided to the Charter Committee through the District Administrator and Regional Director. The decision of the Charter Committee on these requests is final and binding.

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