Brook Run Park Baseball Field Use
When school is in session, the fields are closed until 4 p.m.
Please help us keep the fields in top condition! No metal cleats are allowed anywhere. No tobacco, sunflower seeds, shelled nuts or gum anywhere. No food or liquids other than water on the fields. Violators are subject to ejection.
2020 Middle School League Bat Rules
A-Division: BBCOR certified bat (-3).
B and C-Divisions: USSSA Baseball stamped bat (-5 or higher), USA Baseball stamped bat (-5 or higher), BBCOR certified bat (-3).
D-Division: USSSA Baseball stamped bat (-10 or higher), USA Baseball stamped bat (-10 or higher), BBCOR certified bat (-3).
One-piece wood bats are permitted for use in any division, but must follow the same drop weight as the metal bats in each division.
No unmarked or other type of metal bats are allowed.
Middle School League Pitch Count Rules
Number of Pitches
Required Days Rest
Once relieved, a pitcher may not return to pitch again in the same game. A pitcher shall not throw more than 95 pitches in a single game. A pitcher shall not pitch in more than one game in a day. A pitcher shall NOT pitch in a game on three consecutive days, regardless of pitch count.
If a pitcher crosses a pitch count threshold during an at bat, and is removed after facing that hitter, the pitch count shall be "rounded down." Example: Pitcher throws pitches 35, 36, 37 and 38 during an at bat, but is removed after the at bat is completed, the pitch count total for the pitcher would be 35.
Coaches or designated scorekeepers are responsible for keeping pitch counts during the game. Teams should regularly ensure that counts are correct with the other team. In the event of a discrepancy, the home team count is the count of record.
Coaches will maintain records of pitches thrown and have these available at all games. These should be shared prior to the game with the other team. Coaches are required to use the PitchingRecord.xlsx sheet that is provided by DSB. Coaches can fill it out manually or use Excel (recommended). Pitchers who are ineligible to pitch should be marked with an "X".
A list of players who are ineligible to pitch in that game due to required rest should be included on the lineup card.
Note that some players also pitch on other teams (travel team or another league). You should be aware of any pitching for their other teams and always error on the side of caution.
To see a complete list of upcoming events and available time slots, please go to Home>Master Schedule.
Parking at the Brook Run Park Baseball Fields
The primary parking lot is at Peachtree Charter Middle School, 4664 N Peachtree Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338, which is right next to the fields. To avoid receiving a parking ticket, please do not park on Barclay Drive or on the curbs near the fields (marked as fire lane).
Brook Run Park Scoreboards
The VISITING team is responsible for operating the scoreboards during games. To operate the scoreboard, please download the SingleScore app, make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your device and select the appropriate field (East or West) to connect to. Please close the app at the conclusion of the game.
Please familarize yourself with the DSB Playing Rules. The better you understand the rules, the less likely there will be issues during games.
At the Brook Run Park Baseball Fields, the home dugout is closest to the fieldhouse/concession stand building. There is a sign on each dugout indicating "Home" or "Guest". Please occupy the correct dugout.
Please exchange lineup cards with your opposing coach at least 10 minutes before gametime. Lineup cards should contain last name and jersey number for the batting order and a list of substitutes.