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|Nov. 27, 2018|
Discussion: New Senior bat technology and performance insights
This explains a lot. Some vender selling bats had a compression device and was checking bat compression for anyone who wanted their bat checked. I gave him my three bats, Melee, Worth Wicked and my $70.00 Worth Rulli. He advised that my Melee tested at 165 which he stated was the ideal number. The Wicked game in at 185 and was said to need more hits on it. My Rulli, which is my go to bat tested at 145. He tested this bat at multiple locations on the barrel. He then inspected the bat visually and gave it back stating ď if itís not altered, it should be brokenĒ. Damn if the bat didnít break at the next game. So in this case, the Rulli was wearing out but did not show outer signs of cracking. When it went it was fatal at that moment. Maybe more vendors should test bats free of charge. Might be a good sales pitch for selling a new bat.
|March 3, 2018|
|Topic: Rules of the game|
In a recent tournament (Las Vegas). Western Nationals, a scoring challenge occurred where a team scored 4 runs but the umpire only credited 3. The manager confronted the umpire to correct the scoring error at the end of the inning. The umpire went to the scorekeeper of the team that scored the runs. The umpire then checked with other team manager who told the umpire that they were not keeping a score book. The umpire then credited the other team with 5 runs. The game ended in a tie in regulation. The team with the free run went on to win the game in extra innings, putting them in the finals . I could not find a rule covering this decision. Are you required to keep a score book? The penalty for not doing so is a 5 run inning. What if it was the open inning. How many runs ten?
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