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Old Tue Jun 27, 2006, 05:55am
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How Many Runs Score

Bases loaded 2 outs. Batter hits a bases clearing double but R2 misses third and is called out on appeal. How many runs score?
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Old Tue Jun 27, 2006, 07:12am
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2 runs score - R1 and R3.
Nope: none - Rule 7.12

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Old Tue Jun 27, 2006, 07:33am
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See also 4.09 AR:
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Two out, Jones on second, Smith on first and batter, Brown, hits home run inside the park. All three runs cross the plate. But Jones missed third base, and on appeal is declared out. Three outs. Smith's and Brown's runs are voided. No score on the play.
This case doesn't explain why the preceding runner also does not score. 4.09 is sufficient here, since R2, out on appeal at 3B, was forced. When the third out is made on a force play, no runs can score.
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Yuck, Chicago - that was wrong for two reasons.

Since this was a force, no runs can score. But even if it wasn't, no succeeding runner can score anyway.
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