Anything related to baseball rules.
I am a baseball umpire. I am certified for High School (NFHS), and work in Missouri (MSHSAA). I umpire baseball from high school through adults, focusing mainly on high school-aged games.
NFHS - National Federation of High Schools MSHSAA - Missouri State High School Athletic Association GSLAU - Greater St. Louis Association of Umpires
I have attended numerous training lessons on umpiring. Many of these lessons including Rules Interpretations.
Mid-American Umpire Clinic - 2010
My goal is to become a Division I NCAA umpire.
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Chad, A pitcher cannot step to an unoccupied base while in contact with the rubber, unless the move is to attempt to put out a runner attempting to advance to that base. Additionally, a pitcher must
Barry, I don't see a question given, but I'll assume it's supposed to be "Were the umpires correct?" If so, given your explanation of the situation, they were not correct. This does assume that the
Richard, I'm not experienced with the history of Little League rules. However, in my experience I've found that the rule you mention is to make it harder for base runners to steal bases. With the younger
Jack, I would think the manager should notify someone that runs the league, such as a board member. If this incident is found to be true, I'd suspect there would be some type of discipline to the Manager
Mark, This is a tough call without being there. In this situation, you have to look at intent, and it doesn't seem the batter purposely intended to interfere with the play. The batter is in a tough
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