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Forum: Baseball 04-09-15, 07:09 AM
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Posted By Grandesign
Smile We agree on the last point. What pitcher...

We agree on the last point.

What pitcher would place his foot entirely on top without hanging at least one cleat for traction?

Consider the rule with regard to where the pitcher's weight is...
Forum: Baseball 04-08-15, 10:55 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
So if the pivot foot is out front it should be...

So if the pivot foot is out front it should be (must be) parallel.

If the pivot foot is on top it can be considered fully in contact with.
Forum: Baseball 04-08-15, 10:50 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
The test of the pivot foot being "entirely in...

The test of the pivot foot being "entirely in contact with" the pitchers plate can never truly be met. Some part of the shoe or cleat will always be off.
Forum: Baseball 04-08-15, 09:27 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
You can see there is room for interpretation. ...

You can see there is room for interpretation.

6-1-3
...and with his entire pitching foot in contact with or in front of and parallel the pitcher's plate.

Read it this way...
(entire pitching...
Forum: Baseball 04-03-15, 02:16 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
What you are calling a hybrid position fits the...

What you are calling a hybrid position fits the description of the set position.
The pivot foot is only required to be parallel if it is only touching in front of the pitchers plate.
I would agree...
Forum: Baseball 09-01-14, 09:31 AM
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Posted By Grandesign
Fair enough. The ruling in the case example...

Fair enough.

The ruling in the case example differs in that the pitcher has contacted the pitcher's plate, steps off, then delivers a pitch (legally or illegally). The balk ruling in the example...
Forum: Baseball 08-31-14, 02:39 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
6-2 Article 4 pertains to infractions while in...

6-2
Article 4 pertains to infractions while in possession of the ball.
Article 5 pertains to infractions while not in possession of the ball.

6-1 states "The pitching regulations begin when he...
Forum: Baseball 08-30-14, 05:22 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
The actions listed in 6-2, Article 5 are...

The actions listed in 6-2, Article 5 are infractions by a pitcher "without having the ball."
Forum: Baseball 08-29-14, 02:30 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
I can find no such rule in 2014 NFHS. Can you...

I can find no such rule in 2014 NFHS. Can you help me find it?
Forum: Baseball 08-26-14, 09:51 PM
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Posted By Grandesign
Balk Rule

Man on 1st.
Pitcher gets the ball back and heads toward the mound.
Without touching the pitcher's plate (rubber), but rather standing 2' to the side of the pitcher's plate toward 3rd base, the...
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