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Rich Ives

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  1. Yes - it would. 5.09 Making an Out (b) Retiring a Runner (6) He or the next base is tagged before he touches the next base, after he has been forced to advance by reason of the batter becoming a runner.
  2. No - you can tag R2 then tag the base.
  3. I don't have the latest rule book but 1.09 in the 2017 book doesn't distinguish the ball between levels. Look in the tournament rules to see if there's a url for the approved ball list. There was in the 2017 book as the very first rule under "Tournament Playing Rules".
  4. Hrbek pushed Gant who was not off balance.
  5. A sudden/quick short step to the side by the pivot foot.
  6. To get the forced runner out you have to tag the runner or the base he is forced to, not the base he was/is on. Neither happened.
  7. Read the bolded a). If the throw goes to 1B it is not a balk.
  8. I can't find this in OBR. Searched on "dead" and "time" and looked at both the definition of base on balls where the no pitch IW is permitted and in the batter becomes a runner rule. What did I miss?
  9. Rich Ives

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    Differs by rule set. Not uniform.
  10. Then you adapt too And if the B-R is in the lane he can't be guilty of interference
  11. If the batter didn't make any unnatural movements - play the bounce.
  12. I think MLB changed it because all dbt is behind a fence/wall, unlike many youth league fields.
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