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Old Fri Oct 30, 2009, 06:13pm
Lapopez Lapopez is offline
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Originally Posted by dash_riprock View Post
It is that simple. J/R defines relaxed action: "The runner (whose action is being appealed) is inactive; he is standing on another base, or is well removed from the base at which the appeal is being made." Therefore, in your example (which I've never seen and doubt I ever will), the action is relaxed, and the appeal is allowed.
If that is how "relaxed action" is defined, then it is simple. I'll use the definition rather than the term if I ever have to explain it.
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