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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    Gosh wouldn't that be almost a better spot to see the collision?
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    Here's a still I found online:
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    It's possible I guess. Without being overly critical, I struggle with how something like this gets missed. We are all human and it happens. The great thing that will come out of this is we have an excellent clip for learning.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    Do you have this angle on video? This would be a great clip! It would tell us exactly what the umpire saw.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    Perhaps, but do you need to be in the head on collision to know it was a head on collision? If he had the obstruction, he sure as heck could have made the proper decision on the B/R blowing up F2. In my mind, it was lack of rules knowledge around malicious contact and obstruction. That's the only way this should get missed.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    In my opinion, lack of rules knowledge. Everybody in the stadium probably saw the collision.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    I don't think we are disputing the obstruction or the mechanic he chooses to use. (We know what he has) However, the end result should have resulted in an out and and ejection, not scoring the run on obstruction. Even in NCAA (Yes, I know this is a FED thread), it's been nearly a decade since the obstruction followed by MC would allow the run to score but result in an ejection. The obstruction part was right...that's the basic/elementary part of the play for umpires. The more advanced/correct call is following it up with the MC, Out, & Ejection.
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    OBS at Home Plate then Malicious Contact

    Well, just a few weeks later we have obstruction, then malicious contact in a FED play at the plate. In this clip it appears a though the umpire did not judge malicious contact though...we can see him calling obstruction and awarding home plate to the runner. In my opinion, this play has no business in NFHS or NCAA baseball. There is another thread on that particular play...but this clip is absolutely relevant to the discussion we were having here.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    It really looks like he's going w/ the DDB mechanic and awarding the run. It's a miss in my opinion.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    Here's a different clip with some of the before and after:
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    Getting a Fourth out that’s really the Thrid Out

    I think there was a play a few years ago involving the Cubs where they did this as well.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    Completely agree.
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    I like it. Some guidance will be helpful. "If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball"
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    NFHS Malicious Contact?????

    I think this play is why there is a MC rule. This play must result in an out and EJ.
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    OBR Legal Windup Options

    Reading through the MLBUM I saw some clarifications on the windup that I don't recall seeing in the OBR. I'd like to read your thoughts on one of them in particular: On (2), am I reading it correctly that minus a quick pitch scenario, the pitcher is permitted to keep his hands separate and deliver a legal pitch to the batter. Or am I misreading it? Thanks!
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    Time between games

    Couldn't agree more. Everybody agrees that there is a national shortage, then those who negotiate for us seem to think we should take a $5-$10 hit because we are already there. B.S.
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    Time between games

    That's B.S. A game fee should be a game fee.
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    OBR Legal Windup Options

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    How does this happen?

    I'll merge them. Thanks.
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    How does this happen?

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2786995-mexican-league-umpires-suspended-after-making-terrible-check-swing-call?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=editorial I just read that...two other umpires on the crew hung them out to dry. Bad all around.
  21. R2 (stealing), R3 (not stealing) Batter squares to bunt and hits the catcher's mitt while trying to bunt the pitch. The plate umpire correctly calls interference on the catcher. The pitch is fouled off out of play. The umpire begins to enforce the penalty. Without wondering why R3 isn't stealing, but R2 is stealing state the proper enforcement below. Feel free to cite any applicable case plays, rule citations, etc...
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    How does this happen?

    My .02: Plate umpire blinked/flinched and verbalized "ball" F2 hears this and immediately makes his appeal to U1 who got caught day dreaming. It's a bad miss but I can see how it happened. Bummer that it was caught on video.
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    Catcher Interference and a Runner Stealing a Base

    Okay, that is not covered in the newer WIM. Gotta love the BRD! Nice work!
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    Catcher Interference and a Runner Stealing a Base

    In the interest of discussion and being thorough, are there any authoritative opinions from OBR or NCAA on this? I searched the WIM and didn't have any luck. Thanks!
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    MLB Balk Rule

    But if you have a balk, you should call a balk at the time of the balk yes? Perhaps it is the base umpire?
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