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LeLacheur Park Ground Rules

 

Lowell Spinners 2020 Batting Practice & Infield Schedule

 

  11:05 AM First Pitch 4:05 PM First Pitch 5:05PM First Pitch  7:05PM First Pitch

 Until 9:15 AM = Spinners Until 2:15 PM = Spinners Until 3:15PM = Spinners Until 5:15PM = Spinners

 9:15 AM - 10AM = Visitors    2:15 PM - 3 PM = Visitors 3:15PM -4 PM = Visitors 5:15 - 6PM = Visitors



 

  • If regular batting practice is cancelled, the Visitors will be allowed to hit in the tunnel during their regularly scheduled batting practice time.

  • Batting Tunnel is ONLY open to the Spinners during game time



 

LeLacheur Park Ground Rules
 

LF 337' LCF 368' CF 400' RCF 368' RC 337' RF 301'
 

  • The Outfield wall varies from 12 to 16 feet in many areas.

  • The Left Field Scoreboard is above and separate from the outfield wall.

    • If a batted ball hits the Left Field Scoreboard is it a HOMERUN.

    • If a batted ball clears the Left Field wall below the Left Field Scoreboard it is a HOMERUN

  • There is a green pipe connected to the Left Field wall and is considered part of the wall.

    • If a ball hits this and stays in play, the ball is live.

    • If a ball hits this and goes over the wall or hits the 3rd tier sign, it is a HOMERUN.

  • If a batted ball hits the Right Field Scoreboard or the advertising panel below the scoreboard, it is a HOMERUN.

  • If a batted ball hits any part of 3rd tier signage, it is a HOMERUN

  • If the ball hits the Hood Milk Bottle in RCF, it is a HOMERUN.

  • If the ball hits the speed pitch in LCF, it is a HOMERUN.

  • If the ball hits the data display in RCF, it is a HOMERUN.

  • If a ball hits the green windscreen or yellow line on the batter's eye, it is a HOMERUN.

  • The field tarp on the 3rd base side is in play unless the ball gets trapped.

  • The Right Field corner has a white line to designate whether or not the ball is in play.

    • If a batted ball crosses the white line, the ball is dead.

  • The dugouts are out of bounds, however, a player is allowed to elevate on the front fencing.

  • The bullpens are in play, however, if a batted ball gets stuck in the fencing or under a chair, it is dead.

  • If a batted ball lands in fair territory and then gets lodged into the netting of the Left Field Kid's Area, it is a Ground Rule Double.

  • If a batted ball lands in fair territory and then gets lodged into the netting of the Left Field Kid's Area, it is a Ground Rule Double.

  • If a batted ball lands in fair territory and then gets lodged into the tarp down the Left Field Line, the ball is dead.

  • A player is allowed to elevate, but not stand, on the tarp to field a batted ball.

  • If a batted ball gets stuck in the netting at the Left Field handicapped seating section, the ball is dead