EOS TOURNAMENTS OVERVIEW

TOURNAMENT SEEDING

For Baseball Rookies and Softball Minors, seeding is by random draw. These schedules are officially posted on the website. These schedules will not change.

For Baseball Minors, Baseball Majors and Softball Majors, seeding is based on record in games against the teams in that tournament. This means it does not include games against interleague teams. The final seeds will not be known until Memorial Day weekend when all regular season games are complete. However, the blank brackets with game dates, times, and locations are shown in the EOS Tournament menu on the website.

Tie-breakers are based on head-to-head record, runs against, runs against in head to head.


TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES

TOURNAMENT RULES DIFFERENCES

  • Time limits are not in effect for the EOS tournament. You should play a full game (6 innings or Run Rule shortened). If the game is tied, keep going! If you can't finish the game, we will find a way to continue that game until an inning ends with a winner.  
  • No continuous batting order for Majors Baseball and Softball.
  • Minimum play.

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