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Old Sun Jul 26, 2020, 10:04pm
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foulball

I know in Fed, once an umpire yells foul, the ball must be a foul ball and they cannot change it to a fair ball. Is the same true in OBR?

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Old Mon Jul 27, 2020, 09:32pm
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If no one reacted to an OBR umpire calling foul you can keep the ball alive. In FED the only foul call you can ignore is if it was a fair HR and the foul call was an error.
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Old Wed Jul 29, 2020, 07:47pm
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If no one reacted to an OBR umpire calling foul you can keep the ball alive. In FED the only foul call you can ignore is if it was a fair HR and the foul call was an error.

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Do you have a NFHS Casebook Play?

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Old Thu Jul 30, 2020, 11:53am
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UmpJim:

Do you have a NFHS Casebook Play?

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No caseplay. But there is an interp. Some of the 2005 interps have changed but I don't think this one has:

SITUATION 4: With the bases empty, the batter hits a long fly ball down the left-field line that easily goes over the outfield fence. With the sun in his eyes, the plate umpire initially declares “Foul Ball,” but then realizes he made a mistake, that the ball did indeed go over the fence in flight in fair territory. RULING: The umpire may reverse his call and declare a home run. The ball is dead because it left the field by going over the fence in flight, not because the umpire declared, “Foul Ball.” (10-2-1l, 5-1-1f-4, 8-3-3a)
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Old Fri Jul 31, 2020, 05:15pm
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No caseplay. But there is an interp. Some of the 2005 interps have changed but I don't think this one has:

SITUATION 4: With the bases empty, the batter hits a long fly ball down the left-field line that easily goes over the outfield fence. With the sun in his eyes, the plate umpire initially declares “Foul Ball,” but then realizes he made a mistake, that the ball did indeed go over the fence in flight in fair territory. RULING: The umpire may reverse his call and declare a home run. The ball is dead because it left the field by going over the fence in flight, not because the umpire declared, “Foul Ball.” (10-2-1l, 5-1-1f-4, 8-3-3a)


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Thanks. Is this Intepretation from 2004 or 2005?

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