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PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL PITCH COUNTS TO GO INTO EFFECT THIS SEASON

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas – In July 2016, the National Federation of State High School Associations (“NFHS”) announced that, beginning with the 2017 spring baseball season, each state member would have to institute a pitch count rule for high school … Continue reading

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HERE’S HOW TO (LEGALLY) PAY MO’NE DAVIS, LITTLE LEAGUERS (AND OTHERS)

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas – Much was made during this year’s Little League World Series (“LLWS”) back in late August about the fact that Little League participants, mostly 12- and 13-year-olds, should somehow be paid for being in the LLWS.  … Continue reading

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Steve Kallas on WPIX 8/27/12

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DOMALEWSKI (NJ KID WHO WAS HIT IN CHEST WITH BALL OFF ALUMINUM BAT AND SUFFERED BRAIN DAMAGE) SETTLEMENT SENDS A BIG MESSAGE

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas – Many of you are familiar with the sad story of Steven Domalewski who, on June 6, 2006 (at the age of 12), was hit in the chest with a ball hit off an aluminum bat.  … Continue reading

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WHAT BASEBALL BAT SHOULD YOU USE IN 2012 IN COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL OR LITTLE LEAGUE?

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas   –   Another baseball season is upon us and, while the rules for baseball bat usage are clear in college and high school, they become a little murky (or even difficult to understand) in Little League and … Continue reading

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2011 LITTLE LEAGUE UPDATE: PITCH COUNTS, CURVEBALLS AND ALUMINUM BATS – WHERE DO WE STAND?

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas   –   Back in August of 2007, Rick Wolff and I wrote an article entitled “Little League – Is Winning More Important Than Safety?” (see Kallas Remarks, 8/30/07). In that article, we discussed the Little League approach … Continue reading

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CASE OF PATCH (18-YEAR-OLD KILLED BY BALL HIT OFF ALUMINUM BAT) v. LOUISVILLE SLUGGER AFFIRMED BY MONTANA SUPREME COURT

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas   –   On July 25, 2003, 18-year-old Brandon Patch was pitching in an American Legion game in Montana when a ball hit off a Louisville Slugger aluminum bat hit him in the head.  Brandon Patch would die a … Continue reading

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