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Twins Turn Two on Ian's Retired Runner Non-Interference

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When the Official Playing Rules Committee changed the recently-retired runner's interference rule over the offseason in response to Boston's protest of an INT no-call against Yankees baserunner Matt Holliday, we pondered how long it would take for such a quirky play to occur again. Recently...

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52 minutes ago, Gil said:

When the Official Playing Rules Committee changed the recently-retired runner's interference rule over the offseason in response to Boston's protest of an INT no-call against Yankees baserunner Matt Holliday, we pondered how long it would take for such a quirky play to occur again. Recently...

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Don't... don't listen to the color commentary. Your IQ will drop.

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What a weird title. I guess almost every double play counts as "retired runner non-interference." :rolleyes:

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21 minutes ago, maven said:

What a weird title. I guess almost every double play counts as "retired runner non-interference." :rolleyes:

Before the the "bona fide" rule change Wendelstedt considered the "retired runner continuing to run the bases" as the rationale for allowing the breakup of the DP.

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