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zm1283

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zm1283 last won the day on February 16 2015

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  1. Agree with this. What you told him about his right foot was not correct. It doesn't matter where it lands as long as he gains distance and direction. Even he didn't disengage and faked to first without a throw, it's a balk anyway.
  2. The official warning is great and all but if someone crosses the line there are still automatics. I imagine he said something that was deemed automatic as he walked away.
  3. If I didn't love my Douglas and didn't want to spend $140+ on a new chest protector, I would get the Champion. $55 for a hard shell is hard to beat.
  4. I have a good friend/work colleague who worked in Atlanta for a while and is about to go back there. He tells me the area around the new place is really nice. From the way it sounds you won't have any issues.
  5. The NCAA interprets it this way. MiLB and MLB interpret it this way. If you work one of those two levels you should call it as such. Like MidAmUmp said, it was on the rules test for the NCAA this year. I don't know what else you need. If you don't work under those rules, interpret it how your supervisors tell you.
  6. If his leg starts moving before his hands/arms stop moving, he didn't stop.
  7. Some of you are thinking waaaaay too much into this. This isn't really a "mechanic" either. Wouldn't it fit under "Situations"?
  8. Add me to the "I'm not cleaning it off" list.
  9. They really don't need to be shined. Clean them up with mild soap and water and call it good.
  10. All I know is that an assistant who is told to shut his mouth, then comes on the field, is leaving. I don't care what level or rule code it is. If it's FED I'll just put in the report that I judged it to be a major infraction or whatever...case closed.
  11. Sold, thread can be locked.
  12. Regardless of whether the runner was initially safe or out, I have an out in relation to Johnny's question. As far as I know, voluntary release does not HAVE to be the fielder reaching into his glove with his throwing hand and pulling the ball out. I'm thinking of when a fielder makes a tag or a catch, then just turns his glove over and dumps the ball out as he goes back to the dugout after the third out. That is voluntary release, just not the kind we normally think of. Anyone have anything else from Johnny's video from a game management/NCAA protocol standpoint?
  13. Is anything keeping him from throwing the ball to someone else? I mean the throw won't be good, but he can probably throw it....
  14. It's only one pair and they're brand new. PM me with an offer if you're interested.
  15. Still have these pants hanging in my laundry room. Haven't been worn. I'll take $50 for them shipped.