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Old Fri Apr 15, 2005, 08:51am
tzme415 tzme415 is offline
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Darrell - Good point, I think that is why we don't establish the base path in ASA until the fielder has the ball. As has been pointed out earlier, once the fielder has the ball then the runner must stay within the base path. That is why this sitch is hard to call without seeing when the fielder had control of the ball and the runner's position at that time.
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