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Old Fri Oct 29, 2010, 07:45pm
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F1 is wearing a 2 tone glove(OBR). Are you going to call time and make him change it? There are several technicallity's most of us ignore. Of course if the other team complains, you have to do something.
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Old Fri Oct 29, 2010, 09:46pm
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If she read your post, she probably would.
I told her what you said. She told me "Tell the nice wee gentleman 'Póg mo thóin!'"
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Old Fri Oct 29, 2010, 10:14pm
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Originally Posted by JR12
Following a HR, don't give F1 a new ball until the BR touches home plate. Does anybody follow this. I give him a ball, so he can rub it, get on the hill and get ready to pitch to the next batter.

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3.01(e) comment: which means it's an MLB caseplay.

Why I looked this up don't know. But, I thought like you, that it was just some instruction in the PBUC or MLBUM. I knew I had read it and registered it as a nice to know but not critical to enforce rule? instruction? caseplay?, , I had some free time and found it. Anyway, I found it and depending on what venue you call in it might or might not be a good idea.
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Old Fri Oct 29, 2010, 11:16pm
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I told her what you said. She told me "Tell the nice wee gentleman 'Póg mo thóin!'"
Must be the language barrier. She apparently didn't realize how you came across to the others here. That's okay. No offense was intended in her direction. If she didn't understand that, Tá brón orm.
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Old Sat Oct 30, 2010, 09:31am
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Following a HR, don't give F1 a new ball until the BR touches home plate. Does anybody follow this.
It depends on the game situation. Often I will. If I sense flaring tempers, I won't. This is a game management issue, not a mechanics issue. YMMV.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 02:45am
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Must be the language barrier. She apparently didn't realize how you came across to the others here. That's okay. No offense was intended in her direction. If she didn't understand that, Tá brón orm.
From my mother and I: Tá maithiúnas tugtha ar fad.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 02:54am
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You have actually seen this happen? What league/age/country?
College-age summer league.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 06:24am
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From my mother and I: Tá maithiúnas tugtha ar fad.
Your Irish might be top notch, but you need to review English pronoun usage.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 10:02am
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In the PBUC book it says to not throw it back...for pace of play, I'll give the pitcher the ball...if he's dumb enough to throw it at a player, he's getting ejected and probably suspended. I've seen the umpires throw the ball back to the pitcher at all levels.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 09:37pm
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Your Irish might be top notch, but you need to review English pronoun usage.
To continue our Gaelic theme: Touche
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 10:52pm
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To continue our Gaelic theme: Touche
Don't pay any attention to those two. They're two of the cyber bullies that frequent this forum.

I picture them both being about 5' 2" in their stocking feet, weigh about 120 lbs, the upper body of a newborn and have Coke bottle glasses.

It's just a trigger I use to get through the tedium of their posts....

P. S.-Feel free to check for spelling and/or grammatical errors.

P. S. S.-You forgot to put the little thinga-ma-jiggy in touché.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 11:09pm
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P. S. S.-You forgot to put the little thinga-ma-jiggy in touché.
It's P.P.S.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2010, 11:14pm
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P. S. S.-You forgot to put the little thinga-ma-jiggy in touché.
Touché (again)!

P.S. Can't believe you're taking time off from the band to post. Loved your version of "Angel" Happy Holloween
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It's P.P.S.
Like a person in orthopedic shoes, I stand corrected........
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