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, Nov. 29, 2016
stick8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Why so many shaved senior bats

AFAIC, anyone who gets caught using a shaved senior bat during play that person ought to be banned from senior ball FOR LIFE.
, Nov. 21, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rules

Dave, a line would work too!!
, Nov. 21, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: RULEING ON PLAY

DieselDan by baiting the fielder to tag you that was quite the heads up play you made!!
, Nov. 21, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rules

Totally understand your point Mango. Maybe this has been tried or considered before but one thing I've thought of is instead of the safety bag being connected to first base have the safety bag about 4 or 5 feet over. It would be similar how the scoring plate at home is located. On a infield play at first the runner has to veer off to the safety bag. Whatcha think?

jmho
, Nov. 19, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rules

Mango, the way you word it in your scenario I have the runner safe.
Congrats on winning Vegas!
, Nov. 18, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: RULEING ON PLAY

I believe the intent of the rule is to make sure there is no obstacle in the path for the runner to cross the line or touch the scoring plate.
, Nov. 18, 2016
stick8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Total Knee Replacement

Chuck the progress your making is outstanding. Pretty soon you'll be doing triple axles!! :)
Keep up the good work and I hope to learn your playing next season with little or no limitations or pain.
Happy Thanksgiving
, Nov. 18, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rules

Hurdler in your scenario the umpire calls the runner safe. But if the first baseman get the ball and either tags the batter-runner (while he's off the base) or touches the white part of the base before the batter-runner acquires it that batter-runner is out.
, Nov. 8, 2016
stick8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Some justice served.

I remember sampling the bat in Vegas a few years ago. It was awesome! I committed to be a rep for my area and kept waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting for sample bats to arrive but they never came. I was given assurances that I would be receiving them and that the company expected to make a huge splash for senior bats. Finally I gave up. I never invested so no money lost on my end.
Then when I found out the real story it was shocking but it made sense as to why I never received bats. I agree 100% with what Webbie stated.
, Nov. 7, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: injured player

Unless a sub is available replace an ejected player it's an out each time that spot comes up.
, Nov. 1, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Is it a catch?

Sounds like a legal catch but I'd have to see the play to make a definitive ruling.
, Oct. 31, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rule clarification II

BJ that would be the conventional wisdom. However, it does need to be specified in the Ssusa rule book. I can visualize a scenario like this happening and a huge argument resulting, you know how some of them senior players love to do that 😀
It is specified in high school baseball--at least where I'm at. N
, Oct. 29, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rule clarification II

After checking with the on-line SSUSA rule book three things are for certain in the scenario I put up. The batter who was supposed to be at bat is out. The runner on third goes back to third. The batter-runner is safe at first. What is not specified is if the force at third and the force at second are outs or not. This is something SSUSA needs to add to the rule book.
, Oct. 26, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: rule clarification II

Kind of an easy one but here it goes:
A4 is on third, A3 is on second and A2 is on first. Based loaded, no outs. A1 hits a ground ball to third. Third baseman steps on third for force, throws to second for force, throw to first, batter runner (A1) beats it out--safe. Runner A4 scores. Now there are two outs and 1 run scored.Before the next batter comes up the defensive team manager goes to the umpire and claims that A1 batted out of order. They check the scorebook and its determined A1 did bat out of order.
What is the correct penalty?
, Oct. 21, 2016
stick8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Speed up rules

Taking my player cap off and putting my umpire cap on, I can speed up the game by calling mostly strikes and outs!! :)
, Oct. 17, 2016
stick8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Speed up rules

Yes when there are three outs or 5 runs scored the bases would clear and the next half inning starts. Thanks for specifying
, Oct. 17, 2016
stick8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Speed up rules

Oz is right, a 3-2 count does not speed up the game much, if at all for the reasons he specified. In USSSA we have what we call the hurry up rule. Between innings pitcher gets one warm up pitch and it's right back to the pitcher--no"coming down". Then it's batter up. Also on any out there is no throwing it around the infield, it's right back to the pitcher.
This works in men's ball but in senior ball I cant be sure. Far too many senior players walk slowly in and out between innings.
Interesting about batting two innings at a time, I presume that to be 6 outs or 10 runs, correct?
, Oct. 16, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Umpire Hit by a Batted Ball

BJ I'm not certain it's safe to do that, besides I hate to be in any infielders way.
Garocket your correct. But I would add if the pitcher makes an attempt to field the ball, in the umpires judgement of course.
, Oct. 13, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Umpire Hit by a Batted Ball

Garocket your right, I should have specified usssa. With the way balls come flying off senior bats I cannot imagine any base umpire standing in front of an infielder--unless they wish to be an organ donor.
, Oct. 12, 2016
stick8
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: Courtesy runner replacement on a base.

Scenario: Stick8 gets a single and gets a courtesy runner, coop3636 because coop is much faster. The only way coop3636 can get a courtesy runner is if he gets injured and is unable to return to the game, correct?
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