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Runner’s Lane Interference at 2022 College World Series Changes Everything

Topics: Runner Interference, Runners Lane

In the final game of the 2022 College World Series between Ole Miss and Oklahoma, a video replay enforced the penalty for the violation of runner’s lane interference.  With such a significant game on the line, it was touted as controversial, but applying the rule from the NCAA it is actually a very easy call….

RulesMLB

5.09 Making an Out

(a) Retiring the Batter A batter is out when: (1) His fair or foul fly ball (other than a foul tip) is legally caught by a fielder; Rule 5.09(a)(1) Comment: A fielder may reach into, but not step into, a dugout to make a catch, and if he holds the ball, the catch shall be allowed. A…

RulesNCAA

NCAA 7-11 When Batter or Batter-Runner Is Out

When Batter or Batter-Runner Is Out SECTION 11. A batter is out when: a. On appeal by the opposing team, the individual fails to bat in the proper turn and another batter completes a time at bat in that place; 1) The proper batter may replace the improper batter before the batter becomes a runner…

RulesIsrael Assoc. of Baseball

ISRAEL ASSOCIATION OF BASEBALL MINOR LEAGUE REGULATIONS  AND PLAYING RULES 

ISRAEL ASSOCIATION OF BASEBALL  MINOR LEAGUE REGULATIONS  AND PLAYING RULES  (IAB RULE 11)  PREFACE  With amendments, the Minor League follows the 2009 Playing Rules published by Little League Baseball, Incorporated. Booklets containing these Playing Rules may be obtained from the IAB upon request or may be purchased from Little League Baseball.  The Minor League Playing…

RulesMLB

6.01 Interference, Obstruction, and Catcher Collisions

(a) Batter or Runner Interference It is interference by a batter or a runner when: (1) After a third strike that is not caught by the catcher, the batter-runner clearly hinders the catcher in his attempt to field the ball. Such batter runner is out, the ball is dead, and all other runners return to the bases they…

Expert Analysis

The NFHS Runner’s Lane Rule: Umpire’s Guide

Topics: Baseline, Batter Runner, Runner Interference

This Special Report was written by Rick Roder, author of The Rules of Professional Baseball: A Comprehensive Reorganization and Clarification. Email Rick, rick@nullrulesofbaseball.com Baseball’s running lane rule got its day in the sun in Game 6 of the 2019 World Series. Plate umpire Sam Holbrook ruled that Washington Senators’ batter-runner Trea Turner violated the rule…

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Runner’s Lane Violations All Over MLB

Topics: Baseline, Batter Runner, Latest News, Runner Interference, Uncategorized

               Bellinger Called Out The Dodgers and Padres played in San Diego on Thursday night. Cody Bellinger led off the top of the fourth for the Dodgers in a scoreless game and hit a dribbler in front of the plate. The ball was fielded by catcher Austin Hedges who fired wide of first base and…

RulesLittle League

6.05 Batter Out

A batter is out when – (a) a fair or foul fly ball (other than a foul tip) is legally caught by a fielder; A.R.— A fielder may reach into, but not step into, a dugout to make a catch, and if he/ she holds the ball, the catch shall be allowed. A fielder, in…

RulesNFHS

Rule 8 – Section 4 – RUNNER IS OUT

8-4-1   The batter-runner is out when: he intentionally interferes with the catcher’s attempt to field the ball after a third strike; his fair hit or foul (other than a foul tip which is not a third strike) is caught by a fielder, or such catch is prevented by a spectator reaching into the playing field; his…

Expert Analysis

Batter-Runner Interference

Topics: Expert Analysis, Interference

Play No. 1 The Rangers and A’s played in Oakland on May 26th.  In the bottom of the seventh, Christian Bethancourt was batting with the bases empty and no outs facing Martin Perez. Bethancourt bunted the ball between the mound and the first baseline. Perez fielded the ball and tossed to first baseman Nathaniel Lowe….

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