Batting Helmets: Safety is a paramount concern of the League. Every
player is expected to purchase their own batting helmet as soon as practicable.
DO NOT USE (or even ask to use) someone else's batting helmet.
Batting helmets are required for all batters and baserunners. Helmets
should have double earflaps, but the helmet must have an earflap that faces
the pitcher. Base coaches are ENCOURAGED to wear batting helmets.
Catcher's Helmets: Catchers are encouraged to wear
a skull cap or helmet.
Bats: During games, players must use a wooden bat.
Every player must purchase their own bat as soon as practicable.
DO NOT USE (or even ask to use) someone else's bat.
Uniforms. Every player should take pride in their
participation and appearance. Every player must purchase and wear a baseball cap
and MLB batting practice jersey, with sleeves, which matches the major league "Diamond
Collection" batting jersey for their team. Unless excused by the Commissioner, every player
must wear baseball pants. Any player who does not wear a proper uniform, and wear it properly,
may be challenged by any league official and may be prevented from playing until they conform to
this rule, but still will be charged for the game. No team roster assignment shall be "official"
unless and until appropriate compliance with this uniform requirement is demonstrated. After
3 games, any player receiving a tentative team assignment who has not demonstrated appropriate
compliance with this uniform requirement is subject immediately to being returned to the taxi
squad. THE CAPS WHICH WE MADE AVAILABLE AT THE 2017 MID-SEASON GAME, IN THE APPROPRIATE COLOR, IS ACCEPTABLE.
Many players purchase their uniforms off of eBay.
ALL roster assignments are tentative pending determination of uniform rule compliance.
Arrangments for uniforms USUALLY may be made through your manager. Any significant variation MUST be approved in advance by David Montgomery.
Or older version but not grey