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#43096 - 08/15/13 09:02 PM Re: Holding runner on base. [Re: Anonymous]
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No its not a balk. There is no infraction rule. The ump tells the player and the 2nd time can eject from the game..thats it

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When the first baseman is holding a runner on the base, does he have to have both feet in fair territory? Thanks


Both feet must be in fair territory. It is never enforced, but it is technically a balk.

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#43109 - 08/16/13 05:45 AM Re: Holding runner on base. [Re: Phil]
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If in fact a ball is hit at the firstbaseman and he makes the play in foul territory it is a deadfall and no pitch.

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