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  1. On a base hit, third *might be* the correct award (especially if the hit was to right). R1 still needs to run the bases properly or be subject to appeal.
  2. Correct. And if R1 is obstructed by F3, than chances that the OBS *CAUSED* the missed base are zero.
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    Home Run

    Unless you area asking about some appeal situation, yes.
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    Balk to third

    Just the opposite -- It's a balk if the pitcher releases the ball before the front foot hits the ground.
  5. Yep. I try not to be too fast. At the same time, I try not to be too slow. I just try to be my usual half-fast self.
  6. edit: Or, what Matt says
  7. And that almost always happens -- since acceleration is thew first derivative of velocity, you the force will grow by the velocity squared and decrease by the mass (not squared) -- so getting more velocity on the bat gives you more force on the ball than the loss of the mass decreases the force. (I'm sure there's a better explanation than that -- it's why I'm not a teacher)
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    Bases loaded

    When a trailing runner is put out, runners in advance of that out are no longer forced. In your play, the BR was out when F3 stepped on first, so runners in advance of the BR (that's all runners) do not need to advance
  9. 99 and 44/100 percent of appeals are made by tagging the base missed / left too soon. In fact, I would guess (and it's just that) that most players and coaches don't even know you can tag a runner to make an appeal. So, I wouldn't deduce that they were appealing the miss at third -- I'd deduce that they were trying *something* but I wouldn't know what -- so I'd ask.
  10. "What are you appealing?" (or, perhaps, "what are you trying to do?") is NOT coaching. It's seeking information / clarification. Now, "are you appealing that the runner missed third?" is coaching.
  11. You can't rule on an appeal that's not made (except, I think, in one of the Carolinas). The appeal was for leaving early. Rule on that. (Safe, since R2 is now back on second). Let the defense appeal again for missing third, if they want.
  12. Can't speak for football, but in all the basketball I do, those calls happen because those actions happened.
  13. SOP in (almost) all parks, I think, that everything above the break is out of play.
  14. Not true at all. I make enough misteaks (<-- see what I did there) as it is; I don't need to make a bad call on purpose (excepting, where appropriate, which is almost never, now, the FUC)
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    Just in general, what would your reaction be if someone said "you suck" to you (other than in the instances where guys who are friends say that to each other in a kidding manner)? My guess is that you (justifiably) wouldn't take it well-- and neither should the umpire have to take it.
  16. Because the runner is not the ball
  17. When to end a game because of weather or darkness
  18. Good idea to have this tool in your toolbox. In this play, that's where it should stay.
  19. There shouldn't be much of a discussion. The incorrect / literal rules wording is why there are supplemental materials and interpretations.. An argument can be made that the wording should be more precise, but that's not going to happen.
  20. I viewed it as a humble brag. Not that we all dont' do that sometimes.
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    Fair or foul

    As originally were first and third which affects the running lane rule...
  22. noumpere

    Fair or foul

    That's FED only. Stop it. Nothing good came come from this
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