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Cav

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  1. Cav

    My Last Week

    Everything is for sale after the holiday tourneys. Shipping not included. PM me for pics. Zip code is 43543 $10 each (2008-2009) Official Choice summer-weight XL s/s shirts in black, MLB lite blue and cream; $15 each (2006) Honig's regular XXL s/s shirts in a navy blue and light blue; $35 (2011) NB mu450mk plate shoes in 13D; $20 (2010) NB 995 base shoes in 13½E; $5 each (2008) Honig’s ball bag, 2 blue, 1 black; $10 (1994) Honig’s K-1 chest protector; $20 (2007) Honig’s K20-15 leg guards with detachable, metatarsal flaps; $5 each (2016) Richardson’s Ump 550 cap, plain, 1 blue, 1 black, both 7 3/4; $5 (2003) Wilson Nu-View mask; $20 (1995) Honig’s XL navy windbreaker w/red and white stripes; $10 (90s) Honig’s XL navy windbreaker w/red, white and blue stipes; Also still have some OHSAA garb.
  2. Cav

    My Last Week

    Previous sale tanked, so I've updated the list again: Shipping not included. PM me for pics. Zip code is 43543 $35 (2011) NB mu450mk plate shoes in 13D; $20 (2010) NB 995 base shoes in 13½E; $10 (1994) Honig’s K-1 chest protector; $20 (2007) Honig’s K20-15 leg guards with metatarsal flap; $10 (90s) Honig’s XL navy windbreaker w/red, white and blue stripes; $15 each (2006) Honig's regular XXL s/s shirts in a navy blue and light blue; Also still have some OHSAA stuff: $5 (2017) Cap w/logo, Ump Attire, 7 3/4, used the most; $10 (2017) Cap w/logo, mesh, Ump Attire, used the least; $12 Both caps; $35 Windbreaker (2014) w/logo, Purchase Officials Supplies, 2XL; and, $10 (2011) Shirt s/s w/logo, Honig's, 2XL.
  3. Cav

    My Last Week

    List update again: Shipping not included. PM me for pics. Zip code is 43543 $15 each (2006) Honig's regular XXL s/s shirts in a navy blue and light blue; Also still have some OHSAA stuff: $5 (2017) Cap w/logo, Ump Attire, 7 3/4, used the most; $10 (2017) Cap w/logo, mesh, Ump Attire, used the least; $12 Both caps; $35 Windbreaker (2014) w/logo, Purchase Officials Supplies, 2XL; and, $10 (2011) Shirt s/s w/logo, Honig's, 2XL.
  4. Cav

    My Last Week

    List update: Shipping not included. PM me for pics. Zip code is 43543 $15 each (2006) Honig's regular XXL s/s shirts in a navy blue and light blue;
  5. Cav

    My Last Week

    Yeah, my low interest warning light has been flickering on and off for the past few seasons. Now, my give-a-spit circuit breaker popped and won't reset. I suspect my coils need to be rewound, so I'd better get it in to a winery. Ha! List update: Shipping not included. PM me for pics. Zip code is 43543 $15 each (2006) Honig's regular XXL s/s shirts in a navy blue and light blue; $35 (2011) NB mu450mk plate shoes in 13D; $20 (2010) NB 995 base shoes in 13½E; $10 (1994) Honig’s K-1 chest protector; $20 (2007) Honig’s K20-15 leg guards with detachable, metatarsal flaps; $10 (90s) Honig’s XL navy windbreaker w/red, white and blue stipes; Also still have some OHSAA garb.
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    My Last Week

    Send me a message (rcav62@yahoo.com) with shipping info and I'll give you a price and ETA.
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    Infield fly not declared

    It is with 2 or more runners forced with less than 2 outs and an infielder using ordinary effort could make the catch on a fair fly ball. That is correct whether or not the IFR was invoked during a live ball.. Only if judged by an umpire that it was an infield fly, the purpose of which is to protect the offense by preventing the defense from getting any undeserved multiple outs.
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    Baseball bat play

    Safe.
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    Obs, interference or no call

    From the HS side: NFHS 8-4-1 . . . The batter-runner is out when: g. he runs outside the three-foot running lane (last half of the distance from home plate to first base), while the ball is being fielded or thrown to first base; or 1. This infraction is ignored if it is to avoid a fielder who is attempting to field the batted ball or if the act does not interfere with a fielder or a throw. NFHS CB *8.4.2 SITUATION L: RULING: …Acts such as attempts of a runner to profit by running…outside the three-foot lane while advancing to first…may not be appealed. The umpire calls the runner out without waiting for the defensive player to call attention to the act.
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    OHSAA Garb

    I'm done with OHSAA and will be wrapping up my avocation with baseball after some early summer games.
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    OHSAA Garb

    I have for sale: Cap w/logo, Ump Attire, 5/17, 7 3/4, used the most, $5; Cap w/logo, mesh, Ump Attire, 5/17, used the least, $10; Both caps, $12. Windbreaker w/logo, Purchase Officials Supplies, 4/14, 2XL, $35; and, Shirt w/logo, Honig's, 3/11, 2XL, $10. If interested, PM me and I'll send photos. Much, much more regular stuff will be available in early July.
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    Ouch!!! Line drive up middle

    I had an 80mph arm on the hill and a 70mph bean bag behind the plate when I took an untouched pitch to the inner right thigh while in the slot on a LHB. By the time I got home, the impact area looked liked a shark had attacked me. SWMBO brooked no excuse.
  13. Cav

    NFHS Jewelry

    You were. Work on your people skills. That's a big part of why some of us keep doing this.
  14. Cav

    Foul or Fair Ball?

    NFHS 2-16-1. . . A foul is a batted ball: e. that touches the ground after inadvertently being declared foul by an umpire.
  15. Cav

    My turn now?

    A big hat will look natural in Texas. There never was a real atheist in a foxhole. Don't quit. You inspire the rest of us.
  16. Cav

    illegal slide v. Obstruction.

    Perhaps you're thinking of CB 8-4-2A.
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    illegal slide v. Obstruction.

    I do because the rule book tells me to. The defender is obstructing. That occurred before the runner hurdles the defender. The logic is exactly the same.
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    illegal slide v. Obstruction.

    Nope, obstruction occurred before the illegal slide.
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    illegal slide v. Obstruction.

    NFHS: rule on them in the order they occurred.
  20. NFHS 7-3-2 . . Hit the ball while either foot or knee is touching the ground completely outside the lines of the batter’s box or touching home plate.
  21. Cav

    DJ Reyburn with the timing!!

    "...that's extraordinary!" (1:16)
  22. Cav

    Hit by pitch

    Following some NCAA CWS wherein some F2 padded up to bat (new back in the day) and wiggled into 3 or 4 HPB in one nationally televised game. The PTB didn't like that and came up with a POE soon thereafter. I've had several "stay here" HPBs over the years, but only two that I judged as strikes and one of those was an inning-ender (2004, Shawnee State at Tiffin). That was my first attempt at re-writing the Bible. Even the DHC remarked that he had never seen that called before. I thought to myself, "Thanks, and please include that in my eval to Fetch.") Ha!
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    Hit by pitch

    Past Tuesday, count 3-1, LH B squares to bunt runners up, pitch at the inside corner, B pulls back (another thread) and rotates front knee into the ball: (My BS warning light illuminates wherever the front knee, elbow or shoulder is HBP.) Strike. Time. Stay here. New count 3-2. By the reaction of the experts in the stands and 3B coaching box,, you would have thought that I was trying to re-write the Bible. (Next pitch was ball 4.)
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    Field umpire appeal on a walk

    Correct as far as rules.
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    8-4-2B or 8-4-2C

    You ought to see me when I have things inside-out. I'll stick with what I posted for the time being. Perhaps I should start a separate thread, but... In the OP, what do you smart guys think about an NFHS F2 setting up "...in a bad position, basically blocking the plate" without possession and not about to receive the throw until "...a split second before contact occurred?" I know that is no cause for R3 to truck F2, but I'm leaning on judging obstruction on F2 if I have any indication at all that R3 reacted to F2 denying access to the plate before he had possession. It would be similar to the contact at 1B wherein the throw takes F3 into the BR's base path who has little time to react before the bag (obstruction) or after the bag (train wreck) and the contact dislodges the ball. That is, unless I'm doing it inside-out. Ha!
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