players eligibility

If a player quits one team does that player have to be released from her current roster to play with another team?

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Releasing Players
by: Dan

The short answer is yes. Every major organization I am aware of (ASA, USSSA, NSA ... I am sure I am missing a few), require a player to be released. No player can be double rostered. In addition when the player is added, the regional rep generally has to sign off on the new roster as well. If an ineligible player does play, the team risks losing anything it wins for qualifier based tournaments. Open tournaments that do not provide eligibility for the Nationals for any organization generally are not as strict on rosters.

Good luck!

Dan

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releasing a player
by: Anonymous

What is the process to be released?

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Releasing a player
by: Dan

You will need to get the old team to black line the player on the roster and the area head for organizations they participate in(ASA, PONY, USSSA, etc.) to sign off. Then have the new team add and similarly get the area lead to sign the roster.

I would ask the new team to call the area league head and verify the exact process.

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