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r2 r3 on 2nd and 3rd base. one out. score not an issue inning not an issue.

batter flies to center, both r2 r3 tagging. both advance to home and 3rd safely. dead ball. appeal r2 left early. appeal successful third out. does run still count.

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noumpere    2,413
4 minutes ago, Guest john brajevich said:

r2 r3 on 2nd and 3rd base. one out. score not an issue inning not an issue.

batter flies to center, both r2 r3 tagging. both advance to home and 3rd safely. dead ball. appeal r2 left early. appeal successful third out. does run still count.

Yes, ti counts.  R2 was not forced TO second, so it's not a force out.  It's a time play -- and since the run scored before the out occured, the run counts.

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noumpere    2,413
20 minutes ago, Aging_Arbiter said:

Also assuming that the code that you are operating under allows dead ball appeals.

The run counts whether the code allows dead ball appeals or not -- and that was the question.  ;)

Now, if the question was "is R2 out?" ...  ;)

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Rich Ives    956
2 minutes ago, Aging_Arbiter said:

After re-reading my verbiage, I realize I left that part out.  Good call out.  I'm glad somebody meant what I knew.

Only out if dead ball appeals are allowed.

If not there would have to then be a live ball appeal to get the out.

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