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|, Sept. 7, 2012|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
Discussion: Offennsive Interference
I can't believe anyone would ever be called out for sliding into a bag. Sliding is usually the best way to avoid a collision. There is often times multiple players around second on a double play and trying to run to one side or the other can cause more problems than it helps. I played second through HS and every coach I ever had told me to time my approch to the bag and get off to one side or the other after tagging it. If you camp on the bag or cross the bag directly toward first in the baseline then you deserve to get taken out because you are causing the collision. If it is a close play and the runner is running fast the only way he can positively avoid running into someone is sliding and if the defensive player is camping on the bag I don't see how you could possibly call the runner out. This of course is assuming it is a clean slide to the bag.
|, Nov. 15, 2011|
|Topic: Players looking to join a team|
Discussion: 50s players looking to join team
T3 I know this is really short notice but we could use a pitcher in LV. AAA. Please call me 209-324-9550. Dan
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