Type 2 Obstruction – Here’s What You need to Know
Topics: Appeal, Base Awards, Batter Runner, Expert Analysis, Famous Plays, Fielding, Interference, Obstruction, Rules Controversy, Runners Lane
Type 2 Obstruction (Ball Remains in Play) Under Type 2 obstruction, there is no play being directly made on the obstructed runner at the time of the obstruction. The ball is normally a long distance from the act of obstruction. The umpire signals the obstruction by pointing to the obstruction and yelling “That’s obstruction.” This…
When a Runner Attempts to Steal Home
Topics: Balk, Batter's Box, Catcher, Catcher Interference, Famous Plays, Interference, Pitcher, RunnersThis is a video post.
Reggie Jackson 1978 World Series Runner’s Interference
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Catcher Interference Won’t Always Stop the Show – Insider Report
Topics: Catcher Interference, Famous Plays, Interference, Uncategorized
The Royals and Indians played in Cleveland on June 4, 2016. In the top of the first inning, the Royals’ Whit Merrifield attempted to steal second base with Lorenzo Cain at bat. At almost the time of pitcher Josh Tomlin’s release, Indians’ catcher Chris Gimenez jumped up, took off his mask, and stepped on the…