FAQ

What is One Nation?

Learn about One Nation Slow Pitch and what to expect in 2020 here

What is a One Nation $20 Player Membership?

To learn more about the $20 Player Membership click here. 

What is a One Nation Team Membership?

To learn more about the $10 Team Membership click here.

One Nation Player Classification

Click here to learn all about how Player Classification works at One Nation Slow Pitch.

One Nation Team Classification

Teams with a One Nation paid team membership will be classified according to whether or not a team has more than three higher classified players. For example, if a Men' or Women's D team chooses to have four or more higher classified players, the team would be classified as a C team. Another example regarding team classification is a men's or women's team can have an entire team of D+ plus players and not be advanced to play C because the + classification just means players cannot play at the E level.

Team Managers are strongly encouraged to contact and work with their area One Nation consultant regarding team classifications. The area consultant for your area will work with the State Director concerning any challenges and situations regarding team rosters.

 

One Nation Player Appeals and Team Appeals

One Nation Player appeals may be submitted prior to May 1 and One Nation Team appeals by June 1. All player appeals must be sent to the State Director in the state that the player has paid a player membership. All team appeals must be sent to the State Director in the state that a team has paid a team membership.

One Nation World Tournament Eligibility

Teams that play One Nation slow pitch are world tournament eligible for One Nation World Tournaments by participating in two qualifying events and the teams state tournament, no exceptions. The only exception for 2020 are teams that are interested in playing in the Winter World Tournament in Nashville, Tennessee In January 2020.

One Nation Courtesy Runners

Teams that play One Nation slow pitch events will have two available courtesy runners. A courtesy runner (anyone on team roster with the exception of the pitcher) may enter the game for a player who reaches any base. The courtesy runner then occupies the base but cannot be substituted for while occupying any base. A second courtesy runner "option" is available for the pitcher when a pitcher reaches any base. Once a pitcher reaches any base, a courtesy runner can occupy any base for the pitcher. A courtesy "option" runner who occupies any base cannot be substituted for while occupying any base. For more in-depth explanation of One Nation courtesy runners, refer to One Nation Slow Pitch rule book. 

One Nation Designated Home Run Hitter (DHH)

The DHH "spot" in the lineup order indicates for a team who the DHH is before the start of any slow pitch game. Any player at any given time in the game that occupies the DHH "spot" in the line up order is permitted to hit unlimited homeruns. 

Where am I rated as a player to begin the 2020 season?

Players will retain their player value from the last time they competed, unless that player was a member of a team that was an offseason bump.

When and where will bumps be announced for the 2020 playing season?

The bump lists will be announced and posted on this website between Nov 1 and Dec 1 each offseason.

        

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