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Did anyone else get an email from the NCAA about taking a rules survey?  If so, what did you think of the questions? I thought the only viable ones were hit by pitch and no-pitch walks.

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Yes, I did. Didn't understand how allowing no more than 6 free visits would help pace of play.

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2 hours ago, GerryB said:

Yes, I did. Didn't understand how allowing no more than 6 free visits would help pace of play.

I thought they were asking if they should mirror the new MLB rule limiting the total number of mound visits (by anyone) to 6 for the game.

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17 minutes ago, grayhawk said:

I thought they were asking if they should mirror the new MLB rule limiting the total number of mound visits (by anyone) to 6 for the game.

Same here.  It was a definitive disagree on that one.

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I liked the no pitch walk, Didn’t care for the HBP one.

 

I like the idea of a doubleheader being 7’s. Often times D2/D3level doesn’t have the pitching. Some conferences play 9/7,9/7 for a weekend.  If so,done gets tagged in the first game it can domino quickly. 

 

Wouldve liked to see a mercy rule option. 

Also more agreed then disagree with the wind-up wording.  Seemed to make it very similar to HS wording.  I’m in favor of the non-pivot foot being within the length of the pivot, or clearly designated that F1 in windup or set with runners on in questionable stances

 

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