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Old Sun May 07, 2006, 09:48am
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Whether it was Henry Pollard, Merle Butler or others who have provided individual interps over time, it would be most helpful, if there was a compendium of these "unwritten rules" of softball.

Perhaps this forum would be a great place to start such a collection.

Seniors, chime in please...
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Old Sun May 07, 2006, 01:29pm
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Whether it was Henry Pollard, Merle Butler or others who have provided individual interps over time, it would be most helpful, if there was a compendium of these "unwritten rules" of softball.

Perhaps this forum would be a great place to start such a collection.

Seniors, chime in please...
I don't know if I'm old enough, but chime, chime, chime
Seriously, one recent and famous one is the errant throw definition, can not be caught by the intended fielder.

Howabout the step-and-reach concept on batted ball fielding?
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Old Mon May 08, 2006, 01:12pm
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I don't know if I'm old enough, but chime, chime, chime
Seriously, one recent and famous one is the errant throw definition, can not be caught by the intended fielder.

Howabout the step-and-reach concept on batted ball fielding?
We always had them for the first clinic of the year, the weekend after New Year's, usually. We usually had some questions on interps. Herny was usually good for slow pitch.
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We always had them for the first clinic of the year, the weekend after New Year's, usually. We usually had some questions on interps. Herny was usually good for slow pitch.
Do you usually like to use the word "usually" so much?
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Old Mon May 08, 2006, 03:11pm
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Do you usually like to use the word "usually" so much?
sorry, usually most of the time. Unusual that I used usually that much. Usually don't use usually as much, usually.
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