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Discussion: What's the Ruling?

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Aug. 9, 2009
Mango
Men's 50
90 posts
What's the Ruling?
Whats the Ruling?
Player A, a starter is subbed for by player B.
Player B is then subbed for by player C.

In the last inning player A re-enters (for player C) and is playing defensively in the outfield. Now it is my understanding that this cant be done (a starter can only re-enter for the sub who went in for him).

The opposing team brought it to the umpires attention after 2 outs had already been recorded. Whats the ruling/penalty?
Aug. 9, 2009
LP
293 posts
as long as player A goes back in the game in the same spot in the lineup he was subbed in for then it makes no differance how many were subbed in before he re-entered.
Aug. 9, 2009
Mango
Men's 50
90 posts
This was an ASA tournament and we were told a starter may only re-enter for the player who substituted for him. Is the rule different for ASA?
Aug. 9, 2009
SLOBALL1
Men's 50
173 posts
No same rule.LP is correct.
Aug. 11, 2009
Corky
Men's 55
446 posts
Lp is right. NSA also notes that player (A)original player and his/her substitute (B) cannot be in the game at the same time
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