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Discussion: EXTRA INNINGS

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May 17, 2014
1jonsey
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EXTRA INNINGS
STAFF: if a game goes into extra innings and the offense forgets to put the last batter at 2nd and no one noticed until the first batter singled doesn't the offense forfeit that runner, is that correct? also what if just one pitch had been made can you then put runner on 2nd?
May 17, 2014
SSUSA Staff
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Neither of these hypothetical situations are going to be found in the SSUSA Official Rulebook, so common sense (which usually isn't all that common) should prevail ...

HYPO #1: Offense forfeits the runner, but is not assessed an out ... Any other approach would create unnecessary speculation/debate over what "would have happened" with the runner on 2nd when the single was hit ... HYPO #2: Umpire calls time and the proper runner is placed on 2nd base, under a "no harm-no foul" approach, to correct the oversight ...

In EITHER hypothetical, suggest asking the tournament director if (s)he briefed the umpires before the start on the application of the International Tie-Breaker Rule, and possibly ask why both managers missed it, too ...

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