When the time is right...ask Evans if order of appeal matters when determining if a run scores or not. If the time/situation permits, present this case play to him: R1, R3, one out, no count. The batter knocks a hit into the right field corner. R3 and R1 both score on the play, however, R1 missed 2B on his way passed it. The BR rounds first, but misses it, and is called safe on a close play at 2B. When play ceases, the defense (a) throws the ball to first base to appeal the BR missing it, and then throws the ball to 2B to appeal R1 missing it. (b) throws the ball to 2B to appeal R1 missing it, and then tags the BR to appeal him missing first base.