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Batter’s Box Rules

Topics: Batter's Box, Uncategorized
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This Runner is Out for Abandonment (Pro Rules)

Topics: Runner
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Umpire Rules Intentional Interference

Topics: Fielder, Interference, Runner
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What Do You Know? 9 Rules Questions from 2018

Topics: Base, Batter's Box, Catcher Interference, Dead Ball Area, Fair Territory, Foul Territory, Infield Fly, Pinch Hitter, Pitcher, Pitcher Pick-offs, Runner Interference, Uncategorized

1. There’s a runner on first, catcher’s interference is called and the batter safely makes it to first as a result of the play. If the runner on first (after safely reaching second base), makes an attempt for third base during the play and gets thrown out, does the offensive coach have the option to…

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What Happens After a Balk? (MLB/OBR Rules)

Topics: Pitcher, Runner
RulesLittle League

1.00 Objectives of the Game

1.01 – Little League Baseball in all divisions is a game between two teams of nine players each, under the direction of a manager and not more than two rostered coaches, played on a regulation Little League field in accordance with these rules, under the jurisdiction of one or more umpires. Tee Ball/ Minor League…

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Rule 8.02(c): The Comments to Official Baseball Rule 8.02(c) provide that the manager or catcher may request the plate umpire to ask a partner for help on a half-swing when the plate umpire calls the pitch a ball. The rule further states that appeals on a half-swing may only be made on a call of…

RulesLittle League

3.00 Game Preliminaries

3.01 – Before the game begins the umpires shall – (a) require strict observance of all rules governing team personnel, implements of play, and equipment of players; (b) be sure that all playing lines (heavy lines on Diagrams No. 1 and No. 2) are marked with non-caustic lime, chalk, or other white material easily distinguishable…

RulesLittle League

9.01 Umpire Duties

(a) The league president shall appoint one or more adult umpires to officiate at each league game. The umpire shall be responsible for the conduct of the game in accordance with these official rules and for maintaining discipline and order on the playing field during the game. NOTE 1: Plate umpire must wear mask, shin…

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