There are four ways a batter can be charged with interfering.
- A batter might interfere with a catcher’s throw to a base.
- A batter might interfere with a play at the plate.
- A batter might interfere with a catcher when his swing follow-through carries around to make contact with the catcher or the ball.
- A batter might throw his bat (intentionally or otherwise) into the field of play and interfere with a fielder.
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