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Jan. 22, 2020
LMR
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Intentionally dropped ball

Isn't this why there is an infield fly rule?
Jan. 22, 2020
LMR
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Intentionally dropped ball

I apologize for my ignorance, but what am I missing? With a man on first only (or first and third) and a pop up in the infield can't you let it drop because there is no double play if the batter runs?
April 7, 2016
LMR
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: missing first base

Ball hit to infielder. Runner obviously beats throw by passing base but misses first base. Does ump call out? Or is this an appeal play?
Jan. 27, 2016
LMR
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Tourneys in the midwest

Thank you Ho. I did not extend my search that far away. Tried to keep the drive under 6 hours. Also, those are not listed yet on the website.
Jan. 26, 2016
LMR
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Tourneys in the midwest

I understand the Midwest does not have the number of teams the rest of the country has and therefore will not have as many tournaments available. In the months of June and July there are 6 tourneys scattered between Minn, Wi, Ill, Mich, and Ind. I do not believe there is a great conspiracy here, but couldn't there be a little better coordination here? In the past, many of the same teams have gone to both Rochester and the Windy City tourneys, with a few going to the ISA in Columbus. They are now on the same weekend. The ISA will probably not be greatly affected, but one of the other two will have their numbers greatly reduced. Don't the tournament directors see this? The 6-10 teams from Wisconsin, and the 3-6 teams from Minnesota that have historically gone to both will now have to choose between the two. Are these really the only weekends available? We all want more teams to compete against. This certainly doesn't help.
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