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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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TROUBLE IN SAYREVILLE

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas -By now you probably know that seven members of the Sayreville High School varsity football team have been arrested and charged with serious crimes in the alleged sexual assaults of at least four freshman football … Continue reading

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THE CAREER OF DEREK JETER AND YOUTH SPORTS

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas –  So, what do we take away from the brilliant career of Derek Jeter as it relates to youth sports?  Well, here are a couple of quotes from Jeter’s Yankee Stadium press conference before his … Continue reading

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TWO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS FOUND GUILTY OF RAPE IN STEUBENVILLE, OHIO. NOW WHAT?

Kallas Remarks by Steve Kallas   –   Well, if you followed the trial and (correctly) assumed that there was an impartial judge (Judge Thomas Lipps was brought in from out of town after the local juvenile court judge recused himself because … 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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