The principal difference between tee ball and its adult counterparts is that the child usually hits the ball off of a stationary tee; the ball is generally not pitched. Thus, tee ball allows a young child to learn the skills of batting, catching, running the bases, and throwing, while making it both easier to hit the ball and less likely for batters to be injured since they do not need to dodge wayward pitches the ball is also softer.
Despite the implication of some of the spellings of the games name, the tee used in tee ball is not T shaped, but simply an upright, flexible shaft on a movable base. The capitalized, spaced apart name Tee Ball is a registered trademark in the US, by a church affiliated Florida league, as is the abbreviated T Ball, by a national, non profit, secular league. .....
A For a first offence, a coach, manager, spectator or player is liable at the umpires
discretion to be removed from the game and the vicinity of the playing field if felt
necessary. The umpire has the discretion to give a warning but on the second
occasion by the same offender, they must be removed.
B Failure to leave the vicinity warrants forfeiture of the game in such case, the score
shall be nine nil in favour of the opposing team.
C On all warnings, the umpire shall instruct the scorers to enter such, on the scorecard,
with the offending members name, team and type of offence. .....