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Old Wed Mar 29, 2006, 10:24am
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NF Pitching - Warming Up

No book handy....Need help....

Starting pitcher is injured when receiving a throw from one of her players. She is substituted for in bottom of 3rd. Several batters later, starting F1
returns, (same 1/2 inning). Umpire will not allow any warm-up pitches due
to fact it is same 1/2 inning. Discarding the fact that F1 was injuried, Is
there a rule stating that a pitcher who returns in the same inning is not
allowed any warm-up?

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Old Wed Mar 29, 2006, 10:42am
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Not in Fed glen,

She may have warm-ups.
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Old Wed Mar 29, 2006, 10:45am
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Not in Fed glen,

She may have warm-ups.
Thanks JEL. I could not remember seeing any rule against it in FED ball.
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Old Wed Mar 29, 2006, 10:47am
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BTW, thanks for responding so quickly. I needed the answer for a coach and am no where
near my rule books.

I would have allowed the warm-ups, especially since F1 was injured.
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Old Wed Mar 29, 2006, 10:54am
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glen,

In case the coach asks the applicable rule is 3-3-2 Notes 1&2. ASA is 6-9 but prohibits the returner from warm-ups.
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