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From Referee March 2008

R2,0 outs

B1 hits a fair fly ball that appears to be a routine catch for F6. However, R2 collides with F6 near second base, causing her to drop the ball.

looking for the ruling and the rule set.

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If it was routine to F6, isn't it an IFF? And if I understand it correctly, if the fly is caught, the runners have to tag; if it is not caught they can advance at their own discretion.

So, since R2 collided with F6 and prevented him from catching the ball, I would call interference on R2, and call him out.

Or, am I way off?

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From Referee March 2008

R2,0 outs

B1 hits a fair fly ball that appears to be a routine catch for F6. However, R2 collides with F6 near second base, causing her to drop the ball.

looking for the ruling and the rule set.

:clap:

:GL:

Here we have some differences:

The ball is immediately dead and both R2 and B1 are out.

ASA 8-7L Ex

NCAA 12.19 Effect, Exception 2

The ball is immediately dead, R2 is out, B1 is awarded first base.

NFHS 8-6-10a

USSSA FP 9-18G

USSSA SP 8-5B

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:WTF

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