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JSA - JIS Z 9120 - LIGHTING FOR OUTDOOR TENNIS COURTS AND OUTDOOR BASEBALL FIELDS Organization: JSA
Date: 1995-11-01
ASTM F2107 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF SKINNED AREAS ON BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL FIELDS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2008-11-01
Description: This guide covers techniques that are appropriate for the construction and maintenance of skinned areas on baseball and softball fields. This guide provides guidance for the selection of materials, such as soil, sand, gravel, crushed stone, crushed brick, calcined clay, calcined diatomaceous earth, vitrified clay, etc., for use in constructing or reconditioning skinned areas and for the selection of management practices that will maintain a safe and playable skinned surface.
ASTM F2000 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR FENCES FOR BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL FIELDS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-08-01
Description: This guide provides recommended minimum requirements for various types of fences used in softball and baseball ballfields and other sports facilities, and practices for installation.
ASTM F2107 + REDLINE - STANDARD GUIDE FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF SKINNED AREAS ON BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL FIELDS - INCLUDES STANDARD + REDLINE (PDF) Organization: ASTM
ASTM F2270 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF WARNING TRACK AREAS ON ATHLETIC FIELDS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-07-15
Description: Although this guide has applications to all sports where a warning track surface may be required or desired, it has specific applications to baseball/softball. This guide does not address synthetic warning tracks such as rubberized surfaces, artificial turf, or paved surfaces.
ASTM F803 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR EYE PROTECTORS FOR SELECTED SPORTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-06-01
Description: This specification covers eye protectors, designed for use by players of racket sports, women's lacrosse, field hockey, basketball, baseball, and soccer that minimize or significantly reduce injury to the eye and adnexa due to impact and penetration by racket-sport rackets and balls, women's lacrosse and field hockey sticks and balls, baseballs, soccer balls, hands, elbows, and fingers.

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