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If a player misses any base, it is up to the fielding team to appeal the call to the umpires. If an umpire sees a player miss a base, they do not call them out, it is up to the opposing team to appeal, by stepping on the base while holding the ball, or tagging the player. If the appeal is successful, the runner will be called out and the run will be ...


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A fielder can act like however they want as long as they are not impeding any runners. There are no rules that cover this because it is not against the rules. Tagging a runner would just be interference. You are not allowed to touch a runner if you do not have the ball. Jogging to the dugout... I am not sure how this works. Who is going to tag ...


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i see being able to switch arms being hard to do because of the reasons stated above. But switching between over hand, side arm, and underhand. That is something that I don’t see it being hard. As I used to do it all the time and I never had any difficulties doing this I would even do half over hand half sidearm throw or a half side arm half under throw and ...


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Per an SI article, Len Barker did not allow three balls to anyone in his 1981 perfect game. He struck out 11 batters—all swinging—and didn't go to a single three-ball count. Only eight Toronto batters got as much as a two-ball count.


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