detached equipment

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Players Use Detached Equipment to Make Plays

Topics: Equipment

Pitchers Throw Glove Play No. 1 On June 29th the Red Sox and Blue Jays played in Toronto. Boston’s Franchy Cordero led off the top of the third inning facing Alek Manoah. With the infield shifted toward second, the third base area was vacant. Cordero laid down a bunt in the direction of third base….

Expert Analysis

Detached Equipment Rule

Topics: Equipment, Expert Analysis, Interference
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Expert Analysis

Thrown Ball Detached Equipment Rule

Topics: Equipment, Official Baseball Rules, Placing Runners, Video - Fielder
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Expert Analysis

Ted Barrett and Chris Welsh Discuss the Detached Equipment Rule

Topics: Fielding, Placing Runners, Video - Fielder
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Expert Analysis

Outfielder Throws His Glove at a Batted Ball

Topics: Base Awards, Fielding, Placing Runners, Video - Fielder
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Expert Analysis

Detached Equipment Rule: C atcher Uses His Facemask to Scoop Batted Ball

Topics: Base Awards, Batted Ball
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Expert Analysis

Red Sox Catcher Nabbed for Detached Equipment Rule Violation

Topics: Balk, Base Awards, Batter's Box, Catcher, Catcher Interference, Equipment, Latest News, Official Baseball Rules

You cannot assume your players know even the most basic rules. Take what happened at Fenway Park on May 1, 2018,  when the Red Sox hosted the Royals. In the top of the 10th inning with the score tied 3-3, the Royals had runners on first and second and two outs when Sox catcher Christian…

Expert Analysis

When all else fails, throw your glove at the ball

Topics: Fielding, Rule of the Week

How did Marcell Ozuna get away with throwing his glove at the ball? Remember chasing a baseball down a sloping street, wishing desperately that you could somehow get to it before it rolled into the storm sewer? A ball in the sewer didn’t just mean the end of the game–it meant the end of the…

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