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Baseball’s Affordable Health Care Act

When a runner is injured during the middle of a play in which the ball goes into dead ball territory and there is an automatic base award (like two bases for a book rule double or four bases for a home run), it’s foolish to let the runner continue to run. The rule book gives all teams insurance protection by allowing the manager to put in a substitute runner for the injured runner and have…

When a runner is injured during the middle of a play in which the ball goes into dead ball territory and there is an automatic base award (like two bases for a book rule double or four bases for a home run), it’s foolish to let the runner continue to run. The rule book gives all teams insurance protection by allowing the manager to put in a substitute runner for the injured runner and have…

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...runner should have been used.

Teams should take advantage of “Baseball’s Affordable Health Care Act,” most likely the best kept secret in the Official Baseball Rules! 

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