Burnsville Tournament Inclement Weather Policy
We have structured our tournament to meet a three game minimum for all teams attending with many teams playing more in bracket play.
In the case of inclement weather the Burnsville Tournament reserves the right to alter the structure of the tournament to best make use of available field playing time to complete the tournament. Often this may mean that teams may not get to three games during a rainy weekend.
We will do our best to reschedule games and move resources around to complete the original scope of the tournament. However, we are limited by some factors, which include field recovery, field reconfiguration, availability of umpires, or the availability of fields, etc that can preclude what would seem to be obvious solutions for the particular situation. Our goal as a qualifier for MBT, MSF, and GSTC, is to complete the tournament and award the state tournament berths.
Weather Cancelation Refund Policy
In the case games are canceled and the tournament is disrupted, the following schedule will apply for determining refunds:
Played no games Eligible for Full refund
Played one game Eligible for $200 Refund
Played two games No refund
In order to receive refund, the coach, organization contact or Traveling Director must submit a refund request via a form we will make available on our website. Complete information is required to receive the refund. This form can be mailed to the address on the form or be e-mailed to the e-mail address on the form.
REFUND REQUEST FORM
This policy is consistent with the MBT rain out policy.
If the tournament needs to be reconfigured, the Tournament Committee and Burnsville Traveling Baseball Board of Directors reserve the right to determine an equitable method of completing tournament play depending on the circumstance and constraints. Once this method is determined, the modified schedule will be posted to our website or communicated via our Assistant Directors and Site Directors. This will be done as quickly as possible. These decisions are final with no provision for appeal.