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Legal Catch

Fielders should be aware that when they extend their glove over to the spectator side of the stands, they are open game and interference cannot be called. If a fielder gloves the ball and a fan removes the ball from the glove, it is no catch. I have seen Carlos Delgado and Vinny Castilla lose catches this way. If a fielder gloves the ball on the spectator side of the stands, I think it would…

Fielders should be aware that when they extend their glove over to the spectator side of the stands, they are open game and interference cannot be called. If a fielder gloves the ball and a fan removes the ball from the glove, it is no catch. I have seen Carlos Delgado and Vinny Castilla lose catches this way. If a fielder gloves the ball on the spectator side of the stands, I think it would…

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...to squeeze the glove as tight as possible while pulling glove and ball into the playing area side of the wall in a quick manner.

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