35) Bases are loaded, and as the pitcher gets on the rubber with both feet and his free hand at his side, he moves his free hand into his glove and momentarily adjusts the baseball. After a quick adjustment he takes his free hand out of the glove and drops it to his side before taking a sign from the catcher. This is not a balk.
29) R3 and one out. B3 hits a high pop-up between the plate and 3rd base in foul territory. R3, while going back to the base, intentionally bumps F5 as he is coming over to make the play, causing F5 to drop the ball in foul territory.
a. Foul ball on B3 and no interference by R3.
b. Interference is called. R3 is out and the batter is awarded 1st base.
c. Interference is called. R3 is out and the batter is returned to bat with a strike added to the count.
d. Interference is called and the batter is out. R3 returns to 3rd.
(Isn't the "right" answer to this "both R3 and BR are out since it was intentional and a double play was likely?" But, that's not one of the choices.)