Baseball pitch count approved by IHSAA

Baseball pitch count approved by IHSAA

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Lanesville's Brenden Bube delivers a pitch during the Class 1A state championship game. The 50th Annual IHSAA Baseball State Finals were played Saturday, June 18, 2016, at Victory Field in Indianapolis.

Lanesville’s Brenden Bube delivers a pitch during the Class 1A state championship game. The 50th Annual IHSAA Baseball State Finals were played Saturday, June 18, 2016, at Victory Field in Indianapolis.

The IHSAA last week unanimously approved its new pitch-count policy and rest requirements as a result of a rule announced by the NFHS in July holding states accountable for developing such policies.

No pitcher may toss more than 120 pitches in a varsity game/calendar day, with the limit at 90 on the sub-varsity level. In addition, if a pitcher records 36 pitches, it is required that he receives one day of rest, and any pitcher that tosses 60 pitches over two days is required one day of rest.

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