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Old Fri Feb 20, 2009, 04:48pm
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Originally Posted by Dakota View Post
The runner cannot return to 1B once time has been granted. This is a different situation than if, for example, the defense threw the ball out of play for a dead ball. In this situation, the runner is allowed to complete her baserunning responsibilities. But, even so, once she stops on a base, you can recognize any dead ball appeals the defense wants to make.
That feels intuitively right. I was just hoping somebody could tell me what to look up when I get home.

Anyway it's not actually time that I call here is it? I'm calling a DB. I'm not sure if that matters. What if the dead ball is for interference? I guess my underlying question is if I want to know on which dead balls a runner can complete base-running responsibilities where do I look.
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