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|Aug. 31, 2009|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: how should illegal bats be handled
Yesterday in the northern championship in Lansing, MI, I watched a cap come off of a bat that a motown player was using. The other team manager looked at the bat and said that it had been altered. The umpire looked at the bat an instructed the player to put the bat away. They asked the umpire to get the director but he refused. After a short time the umpire ordered play to continued. What should have happen when a player was found using a illegal bat?
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