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Sept. 11, 2019
AK4
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Batting out of order

B.J...If R1 is on first and B4 bats in B3s spot and hits into a double play. The defense then appeals batting out of order. B3 is out for not batting, you keep the double play for 3 outs, haven't you made B4s time at bat count even though it was out of turn...If so, why wouldn't you start the next inning with B5 leading off.

Sept. 10, 2019
AK4
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Batting out of order

When the defense appeals batting out of order after the incorrect batter has completed his turn at bat and before a legal or illegal pitch has been made to the following batter (a)the player who should have batted is out. (b)Any advance or score made because of a ball batted by the improper batter or because of the improper batter's advance to first base shall be nullified. (c)the next batter is the player whose name follows that of the player called out for failing to bat.
My question is: If R1 on second, R2 on first, B4 bats in B3s spot and hits a ground ball to SS who forces R1 out at third. Now the defense appeals batting out of order. B3 is out for not batting, do you keep the out on R1 at third since he did not advance and R2 goes back to first, B4 is removed from first and is the next batter.
Now same set up R1 on second, R2 on first, B4 bats in B3s spot and hits into a double play. When appealed correctly do you have three outs and B5 bats first next inning?
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