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How Rex Hudler (as a Rookie) Once Fooled a Veteran Umpire into a HBP

Topics: Video - Broadcaster Rules Challenge
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Obstruction? Interference? Nothing? You make the call!

Topics: Baseline, Batted Ball, Deflected Ball, Fielding, Interference, Obstruction, Official Baseball Rules, Placing Runners, Runner Interference, Umpire Manual Rules, Video - Fielder, Video - Runner
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Runner Hit By Batted Ball – Not always Out!

Topics: Batted Ball, Deflected Ball, Interference, Runner Interference, Runners, Umpire Manual Rules, Video - Runner
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Dropped Strike Three Confusion

Topics: Batter Interference, Batter Runner, Dead Ball Area, Interference, Official Baseball Rules, Umpire Manual Rules, Video - Batter
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Obstruction! If you don’t have the ball, get out of the way!

Topics: Base Awards, Baseline, Obstruction, Placing Runners, Video - Fielder, Video - Runner
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2023 MLB Replay Review Pocket Card

Topics: Replay Review, Rules Changes

2023 Pocket-Sized On-Field Replay Card-1

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Orioles Jackson Upends Yankees 2B Wade Legal Slide?

Topics: Fielding, Interference, Official Baseball Rules, Replay Review, Runner Interference, Runners, Video - Runner
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AAA Bases are Larger and Closer in 2021

Topics: Base, Baseline, Definitions, Rules Changes

In an effort to reduce injuries and add offense to the game, MLB has changed the bases in the minor leagues at AAA level. The new bases are flatter (by 1 1/2 inches) and larger (by 3 inches) than the existing bases.   The baseline from home to 1B is measured from the back tip…

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The Contentious Life of the Ghost Runner: Controversial Extra-Innings Rule Back for 2022

Topics: Latest News, Official Baseball Rules, Rules Changes

Sixty-five years ago this week, the defending World Champion New York Yankees beat the Washington Senators 2-1 on an Opening Day walk-off hit. The hero that day was third baseman Andy Carey, who came up with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth and fouled off six pitches before hitting a single to…

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Plate Umpire Interference: Rule 6.01 (f)

Topics: Umpire Interference

A rule that seldom occurs involves plate umpire interference. There are only two umpires that can be called for interference-the second base umpire when he is positioned on the infield side in front of second base in front of the infielders and is struck by a batted ball, and the plate umpire when he impedes…

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