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|Feb. 27, 2012|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: ssusa & umpires, u make the call
I see one posted answer is batter is out and another said sub player is out and ejected. Per rule 7.1 (effect 2) it appears the player who should have batted is out (not the player who hit)and the hit is nullified. The next batter is the one who follows the batter who should have batted. Per 4.7 it looks like an illegal substitution properly appealed and the player would be ejected. Perhaps SSUSA can provide a teaching experience on this one.
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