The visitors only get 8 players.
All pitches are underhanded.
There are unlimited strikes.
There are no balls, but plenty of nuts.
Errors are not recorded.
For the visitors, there is no foul territory—everything is considered fair and in play.
Home players may only walk toward bases. If they run toward them, they will be taken out by defenders from the visiting team.
Even when you’re on base, you’re not necessarily safe.
Catchers only have some of the protective gear they need.
Lefties are not allowed unless they play as righties.
Every time a home player makes contact with the ball, the press box must cheer.
Home players may be stuffed into the equipment bag until they tell the visitors their signs.
There is no draft, but once players sign up, they cannot quit playing until the game is finished.
The visitors inform the home team when the game is over.
These rules may be changed as necessary.