Woodstock Minor Ball Association, Tournaments, Mosquito Select, Comp, 2016 (Oakridge Baseball)

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Woodstock Minor Ball Association
Location: Woodstock, Ontario
Friday, June 10, 2016-Sunday, June 12, 2016
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About This Tournament
Mosquito Tournament open to B and below centres or 2nd team from an A centre. Teams are guaranteed 3 games. The popular skills competition for all teams/all players on Saturday. Quarter Finals games on Sunday.


Woodstock District Community Complex Park

  • Located at Finkle Street and Parkinson Road – 347 Finkle Street

Woodstock Wranglers Mosquito Baseball Tournament Skills Challenge 
At 12:00pm on June 11 we are holding a skills competition for all teams participating in our 
tournament. The idea is to have some fun and make sure all players get to participate. Please be at the 
Community Complex front diamond at 11:45am with your players ready to go. We will start a 
little early if everyone is ready to go!!! 
Here are the rules and descriptions of the Skill Challenges we have planned for your team. 
  After each Challenge, the teams will be ranked according to their score in the Challenge.  
  Points are assigned based on the ranking in each Challenge ie. First in the Challenge will get 
one (1) point, second will get two (2) points, third will get three (3) points and so on. 
  If two or more teams tie in one particular challenge, they will add the points of the position they 
finish in that challenge, and split them evenly. 
  The accumulation of points after the five challenges will then determine the overall points 
champion, with the lowest score being the best. 
  If we have a tie after all of the challenges are complete, we will have a playoff challenge 
between the tied teams, based on one of the Challenges being redone (Challenge to be 
determined by the Tournament Committee). The winner of that challenge will be declared the 
  Lowest score will win as a team. 
  Saturday morning byes will be awarded to the team with the lowest score. 
  Individual awards will not be presented. 
  There are 16 spots in the contest for each team. If your roster is not big enough to fill all of the 
spots, you may use a player twice, but no player can be used twice until all players have been 
used at least once.  
  No player can be used more than twice in the competition. 
1.  Around the horn challenge – four (4) players will participate. Time starts when the ball is fed 
into the pitching machine. The ball starts at the pitching machine and is delivered to the 
catcher, who must step on home plate then throws it to the third baseman, who must step on 
third base and then throws it to the second baseman, who must step on second base and then 
throws it to the first baseman, who must step on first base and then throws it to the catcher 
(who must receive the ball at home plate), who then throws it to second base (note the catcher 
does not have to step on home plate for this throw). Time stops when the second baseman has 
control of the ball and touches second base. Lowest time wins. 

2.  Speed merchant challenge – two (2) runners will run around the bases, starting at home plate 
and finishing at home plate. The player must touch each base. A penalty time of 2 seconds will 
be added if the player misses a base. Timed by stop watch. Time of the two runners will be 
added together. Lowest time wins. 
3.  Fireballer challenge – three (3) pitchers gets to throw three pitches each. Each pitch will be 
measured by a radar gun. The first two pitches are practice to get an idea of the speed of the 
pitch. The pitcher must then declare the speed of the third pitch. The difference of the declared 
speed and the actual speed will be the score for the pitcher. The three scores are added together. 
The lowest score wins. 
4.  Fly balls in the outfield challenge – four (4) players are sent to centre field where fly balls are 
shot from a pitching machine. The pitching machine will be set at the same speed and angle for 
all teams and there will be 3 fly balls shot per player. The 4 players must attempt to catch the 
balls. Team catching the most balls wins. 
5.  Home run challenge – three (3) players from each team will participate in the Home Run 
Challenge. Each player will get five (5) hittable pitches from the pitching machine. Best three 
hits will count.  The players will hit the ball as far as they can. Points will be awarded for hits 
based on the distance they travel to the first point of contact with the ground.  An arc will be 
drawn in line with the pitchers mound.  Balls landing on the ground before or on the arc will be 
awarded one point. Balls landing beyond the arc but before the start of the outfield will be 
awarded 2 points.  Balls hit in the outfield will be awarded 3 points.  The three player scores 
will be added together. The highest total score wins. 
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