*2.9.1 SITUATION D:
B1 hits a two hopper back to the pitcher. F1 gloves the batted ball but cannot get the ball out of his glove. He quickly removes the glove with ball that is securely stuck inside the webbing of the glove and shovels the glove to the first baseman who is in contact with first base. The first baseman catches the glove with the ball in it, just before B1 touches first base. Is B1 out?
RULING: B1 is out, because F3 had secure possession of the glove and ball.
5.1.1 SITUATION Q:
A line drive rips the glove from the pitcher's hand. The pitcher retrieves the glove, which contains the ball, and throws the glove and ball to the first baseman.
RULING: Illegal. A fair-batted ball is dead immediately when it becomes lodged in player equipment.
2.9.1 Situation D is a new Case Play this year, it was not in 2018's book. Thoughts?