70th Annual World Championship OTL
July 15 and 16, 2023 (1st Weekend) &
July 22 and 23, 2023 (2nd Weekend)
Games start at 7:30 AM promptly and continue until dark on both weekends of OTL. Refer to your confirmation card/email for start date/time.
All teams that are not seeded teams returning from last years tournament will be playing the 1st weekend. Select divisions only play 2nd weekend. Teams in the Mens Open, Womens Open, Mens Century and Mens Cannardly (that are not seeded) will start play on Saturday July 15. Those teams winning will advance to second weekend or will play Sunday the 16th and then on to second weekend. Mens Camitt will start Sunday July16 around 10am
First weekend games are three innings only. 2nd weekend games are four innings. Men’s Open final Sunday will have a time limit imposed.
Mens Open: 3 males all ages
Century: 3 males all at least 30 but collectively adding up to 100
Canardly: 3 males all at least 40 years of age
Cannever: 3 males all at least 50 years of age
Cadaver: 3 males all at least 60 years of age (gloves may be worn)
Camummy: 3 males all at least 70 years of age (gloves may be warn)
Camitt: 3 males all ages and a glove may be worn (no first baseman gloves allowed)
Womens Open: 3 females all ages
Camuff: 3 females at least 35 years of age each
Caneasy: 3 females at least 50 years of age
Double-elimination for all teams in all 10 divisions.
Over The Line is a public event and requires no ticket or entrance fee to watch the games and enjoy the tournament.
Am I going to receive a seeded app or pre-app in the mail as in years past?
No, All signups are being done online and in person at the Comber on 5/6. Get signed up and we will be moving pre-app and seeded to appropriate slots.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
The OTL tournament is held in a public place and therefore there are no age restrictions. Due to some content and sport activity we suggest that attendees be 18 years of age or older.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We are no longer working a shuttle from the surrounding areas but we do support rideshare programs and have designated drop off/pick up locations. We do offer a designaled parking pass through this event registration, you can buy it now in one transaction.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
No bottles (or glass), no bicycles (you can lock them outside the playing area), no babies (not appropriate for children), no bowzers (not good for dogs).
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?