PIAA Rules Regarding Pitchers

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   The following comes directly from the PIAA's website, as of the start of the 2013 season . . .


BASEBALL PITCHING RESTRICTIONS

  A player may pitch in a maximum of nine (9) innings in one (1) calendar day, but not more than fourteen (14) innings in a Calendar Week (Sunday through Saturday).   Delivery of one (1) pitch constitutes having pitched in any inning. If an inning is played in part on two (2) calendar days, delivery of one (1) pitch in that inning in each of those calendar days constitutes having pitched in two (2) innings.
  If he pitches in three (3) innings or less in one (1) calendar day, no rest is required; however, no player may pitch more than three (3) consecutive three-inning days.
  If he pitches three (3) consecutive three-inning days, he must have one (1) calendar day of rest.
  If he pitches in four (4) or five (5) innings in one (1) calendar day, he must have two (2) calendar days of rest.
  If he pitches in six (6) or more innings in one (1) calendar day, he must have three (3) calendar days of rest.