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Discussion: Tie game and player placed at 2nd base

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May 29, 2014
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Tie game and player placed at 2nd base
The last batter that made the out is placed at second base when a games is tied. Can you put another player to run? If so when can you do that. Thanks
May 29, 2014
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Here you go:
Teams start each half-inning with a runner on second base. The runner is the
last batter of the previous inning whose turn at bat had been completed,
assuming a position on second base. No substitute or courtesy runner may
replace him until he has reached third base. EFFECT: If the last batter of the
previous inning cannot continue to play because of injury, illness, etc., he will
be declared out and the next previous batter will be the tie-breaker runner.
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