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|July 6, 2010|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: rules question
I could not find the answer to this in the rule book any help would be welcome. A batter is walked, before he reaches 1st base a courtesy runner steps on 1st base before the batter has reached first, before the runner get to first he steps off the base to allow the batter to touch first base then a third player get on first to be the courtesy runner. Questions is there any penality for the courtesy runner that took his on first before the batter reached first? And if there is no rule against touching first before the batter touches first who is the correct courtesy runner the one that touched first before the batter or the one that waited until the batter had reached first and then replaced him? Hope this is understandable, and thanks for any help.
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