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mrumpiresir

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  • Birthday 11/27/1949

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    Retired Military
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    HS, Amer Legion

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  1. Does the trail runner need to completely pass the lead runner or is he out if any part of him passes the lead runner? Please supply an official interpretation if you have one.
  2. No, it didn't happen to me. I know the rule I just needed to prove to an idiot who thinks it is an immediate dead ball.
  3. When does the ball become dead when the umpire interferes with the catcher trying to throw out a runner who is stealing?
  4. mrumpiresir

    Foul ball?

    Yes, if it went into foul territory before passing first base. If the ball passes first base and then goes into foul territory, it would be a fair ball.
  5. Game tied, bottom of the tenth, home team batting, 1 out, runners on first and third. Batter hits a deep fly ball that is caught, with the runner on third tags and scores easily. Runner on first plays the fly ball halfway, and in the celebration never returns to first. Defensive team appeals to first base. Does the run count and is the game over? I don't know, but I'm guessing it has something to do with the thread being 4 months old? Why has no one corrected this in four months? I'm somewhat surprised because people here usually point out incorrect comments.
  6. Let's allow our drinking buddies to call it whatever they want but I am a strong believer that umpires should use the proper terminology. I have learned a lot about the nuances and the differences between the rule sets because of this forum and recommend it to umpire friends of mine. It totally amazes me how little the lay person knows about the rules to the game.
  7. Maven, forgive me because I haven't been on this forum in a long time. What does ~*~ mean?
  8. I have pretty much retired from doing a lot of games after 30 years of umpiring and have not visited this forum in a long time. What you stated in the past was wrong and I just wanted to correct that. Forgive me for pointing out that incorrect information.
  9. Why do you think the game would not be over? Yes and Yes would be the correct answer.
  10. Just to be accurate, there is never a force play at first base.
  11. No, that is not correct. The penalty for a balk; PENALTY: The ball is dead, and each runner shall advance one base without liability to be put out, unless the batter reaches first on a hit, an error, a base on balls, a hit batter, or otherwise, and all other runners advance at least one base, in which case the play proceeds without reference to the balk. The phrase " MAY without liability to be put out" means just what it says. He may advance without putting himself in peril of being put out. The offense has no choice on the balk.
  12. Thanks for the replies. But I also want to know where the idea that the pitcher cannot move his free foot first comes from. Is that a thing to be concerned with?
  13. A spin move as shown in the first play in this video;
  14. Yes I agree, but is the spin move from the rubber technically a balk? Why do some people say moving the free foot first is a balk?
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