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Rich Ives

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Rich Ives last won the day on September 11 2017

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  1. dead ball

    If a fair batted ball hits him in fair territory before it has passed a fielder he is out and the ball is dead If a fair batted ball hits him in fair territory after it has passed a fielder and no other fielder has a play on the ball then he is NOT out and the ball is in play.
  2. Finger stiffeners

    Needs Cialis. No waiting.
  3. Finger stiffeners

    How is it a hazard to others if it's inside the finger stall? How would you know it's there anyhow?
  4. Does the homerun still count?

    Two runners crossed the plate. You have to announce which you are appealing. the exclamation by "someone", IF A TEAMMATE, would count. But it needs to be announced.
  5. Does the homerun still count?

    And he has to announce why he is tagging home plate. It isn't automatic.
  6. Keep this in mind. A missed base is a missed base. It requires an obvious appeal. First base is NOT special. It's just a missed base. If you wouldn't call it an appeal at any other base it isn't an appeal at first base.
  7. Is this a balk?

    Watch a video of Pettitte
  8. baseball 'look back'

    The logic holds. And answer the part about where the rule says interference has to be intentional
  9. baseball 'look back'

    That doesn't make sense. UNintentional is not interference? Then logically intentional must be. But then if this is true then breaking up a DP or sliding into home is intentional so it must be interference - right? But it isn't Where, other than with a thrown ball, does interference mention intent?
  10. baseball 'look back'

    Doesn't require intent. They were tangled at the time F3 tried to throw home.
  11. baseball 'look back'

    OP: " . . batter-runner rounds first and pretty much collides with F3 who tags BR. R3 starts for home on the throw to first, F3, tangled up with BR, throws late and wild. R3 scores" What more do you need?
  12. baseball 'look back'

    BR was tagged out then interfered with the throw home. R3 is out on the interference.
  13. baseball 'look back'

    2, but what does it have to do with lookback?
  14. Who's Out

    I think this has to be followed so no one can abandon on purpose to erase a force play.
  15. Who's Out

    And don't even think about C and D.
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