Thread: bat vs ball
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Old Wed May 15, 2019, 03:34pm
Manny A Manny A is offline
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Originally Posted by Tru_in_Blu View Post
2016 reply from KR: (in red)
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both bat and ball are airborne; when in doubt play on and leave the ball live
I honestly cannot see how an airborne bat and an airborne ball coming in contact with each other after a bunt could be anything but interference. The batter has to control his/her bat after hitting the ball, and allowing it to go airborne into fair territory shows a lack of that control.
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