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Discussion: Force at Home plate

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April 29, 2019
jfsully
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Force at Home plate
Is the entire mat considered home plate for purpose of a force out or does the catcher have to be on the official "plate portion only?




April 29, 2019
TimMcElroy
449 posts
In SSUSA play, the rectangular shaped mat covers home plate.
As long as the catcher is touching some portion of the mat an out will be recorded.
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