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Type B Obstruction

Type B Obstruction occurs when there is no play being directly made on the runner at the moment of the obstruction. The ball remains alive and in play and there is no automatic base award. The Rockies and Braves played at Coors Field on July 21 when the Type B obstruction rule came alive. In the bottom of the eighth, the Rockies had runners on second and third and one out when Nick Hundley singled…

Type B Obstruction occurs when there is no play being directly made on the runner at the moment of the obstruction. The ball remains alive and in play and there is no automatic base award. The Rockies and Braves played at Coors Field on July 21 when the Type B obstruction rule came alive. In the bottom of the eighth, the Rockies had runners on second and third and one out when Nick Hundley singled…

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...Understanding the “right of way” both offensively and defensively is critical. In my opinion, this is a part of the game that deserves more attention.

 

 

 

 

 

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