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Old Wed Feb 07, 2018, 09:47pm
Tru_in_Blu Tru_in_Blu is offline
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Originally Posted by teebob21 View Post
The idea behind the new 2-out indicator is to communicate between umpires that we have two outs, and a time play is not likely, e.g. no runners or R3 only. Frankly, I don't know why this was needed as the time-play signal (tap wrist with two fingers) serves both purposes AND reminds us to be alert for time plays.
I don't do NCAA, but is a runner on third only indicated by "R3"?
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