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  • Birthday 02/25/1963

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  1. elares

  2. Delicate situation

    Symptoms of over-heating include indecision and confusion. Could there be a medical factor? Certainly some discussion ahead for the official and the assignor.
  3. Lineup card management

    This is the instruction page for the line up cards we use. http://www.battingorders.com/instructions/
  4. Another player gone...

    Closest LL here pays $50/game for PU and drafts RVPs* for BU on the Majors and highest Minors games. That is for games that the District umpires don't cover as volunteers, those are 2 man crews. Below those levels are all volunteer parents. RVP = Random Volunteer Parent
  5. Ump shoves player from 3LI as throw comes in

    looks like Cooper to me.
  6. Scorebook outside

    This from my 2015 LL book. LL 3.09 Players, managers and coaches of the participating teams shall not address, or mingle with spectators, not sit in the stands during a game in which they are engaged. Managers or coaches must not warm up a pitcher at home plate or in the bull pen or elsewhere at any time. They may, however, stand by to observe a pitcher during warmup in the bullpen."
  7. Ball in cooler

    Lodged ball? Stuck in umpire equipment
  8. Parents: Totally Ignore?

    In your scenario, I would pursue these items enumerated by MudIsFun. I combine 3&4. I can converse w/ a board member and give the board member a minute to make progress. If no visible progress, I will put teams in the dugout and we will wait. If anyone advocates intentional injury, the game waits until the situation is cleared up and that unsportsmanlike person is not around. 3) get a league board member to handle the situation 4) if none of the above works call time. Place both teams in the dugout. Walk out to the mound and LOUDLY announce that the game will not continue until THAT MAN (point directly) leaves the field. Notice your not 'ejecting' the fan but stating your position. Watch how long it takes Grand Ma who drove an hour to see her baby's game to jump on that persons crap. 5) wait. If the person refuses to leave then suspend the game and refer it to the BOD for decisions.
  9. Substituting

    do those six defensive outs need to be consecutive? I know the book used to include "consecutive outs" but I think that word was remove. That leaves a bit of wiggle room. I wish I had my 2016 book handy.
  10. So sorry to hear. You will rebound. From the spirit you convey through the forums, it's apparent to me that you are a focused and driven man. Focus that drive on the rehab and good things will happen. Maybe more evaluations of others for a while to keep your hand in officiating.
  11. obstruction

    FED: 2B
  12. Balk or No Balk

    I would tell catcher, "That looks like a double set, go tell him <brush, brush, brush>" I would prefer this to be a quick word with the head coach between innings, but by then, I may have seen it 25 times and by that time, it's is de facto allowed because I didn't call it the first 25 times.
  13. Balk or No Balk

    What's the phrasing on that warning? I'm new to FED ball and I wonder how that would go. I would love to grab a new tool for my tool box here. Thanks in advance.
  14. Magic eyeglasses

    I think that bit about using the rule book to solve problems and not create problems applies here. If this happened in one of my games, I'd look at those glasses, wonder what took them so long to think of it, and proclaim "I'm good with it, let's play ball!". R
  15. Magic eyeglasses

    That seems a reach to me. Sent from my SM-G900P using Tapatalk
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