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Old Mon May 29, 2006, 03:15pm
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Bases loaded, batter hits a short fly ball to center field. The ball drops and most runners are still on their original base anticipating a tag up. CF throws the ball into second baseman. The original runner is still on the base, runner originally on first is still at first also. 2B tags the base. Making the runner on 1B out correct? This would remove all the other forces right?

Hypothetically, lets say he first tagged the runner at 2B then second base? Would this be a double play?
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[QUOTE=mrm21711]Bases loaded, batter hits a short fly ball to center field. The ball drops and most runners are still on their original base anticipating a tag up. CF throws the ball into second baseman. The original runner is still on the base, runner originally on first is still at first also. 2B tags the base. Making the runner on 1B out correct? This would remove all the other forces right?
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The play at first would still appear to be a "force."
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Old Mon May 29, 2006, 04:51pm
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Bases loaded, batter hits a short fly ball to center field. The ball drops and most runners are still on their original base anticipating a tag up. CF throws the ball into second baseman. The original runner is still on the base, runner originally on first is still at first also. 2B tags the base. Making the runner on 1B out correct? This would remove all the other forces right?
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The play at first would still appear to be a "force."
The batter-runner? He was already a step away from first, as he held up not to pass the runner who went back to tag.
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Old Mon May 29, 2006, 05:09pm
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The batter-runner? He was already a step away from first, as he held up not to pass the runner who went back to tag.
I wasn't commenting on the position of anyone. Not being there, and not seeing that in the post, I have no knowledge of that, I was merely responding to the question posed.
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