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Discussion: Another pitcher rule thought

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Nov. 30, 2008
Gary Heifner
248 posts
Another pitcher rule thought
I noticed another small effect of the new pitcher rule while playing in Fort Meyers. I noticed a number of the SSs positioned more towards the 3rd baseman than I have ever seen. I think the theory was that guys wouldn't take a chance and hit the middle. I did go middle a few times which I usually don't do. When you come up and the SS is in the strong pull hole and there is a 60' to 70' gap between the SS and 2nd baseman, where are you going??? It will be interesting to see how this plays out next year.
Nov. 30, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4344 posts
That could also work for a 5\6 hole, having the ss move towards 2nd...
Good post by staff on whole thing.
Dec. 1, 2008
Paco13
364 posts
That is a good point. We had a lot of balls hit at the middle and I believe that the reason was that our SS was playing the hole because this same reason. Very good point. Overall it was great tourney for us. Lost 3 games by 5 runs total, the competition was great a lot better than we expected. Had few injuries and two of the main guys decided not to make the trip. Wonderful fields and teams. Had a wonderful time.
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