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Discussion: Interference?

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Feb. 3
Randall

40 posts
Thank you to BJ and turn. I appreciate your feedback as well as the others that responded. BJ was spot on in describing the play, as to “confuse the defense” these gents are older. I also can’t ignore the 8.6 rule. I wish you two agreed. It would make my decision much easier. Thank you again
Feb. 4
B.J.

1108 posts
Randall.. it's not that we disagreed it's just how umpires may judge a play differently and a lot of that has to do with proper positioning on the field of the umpire.. in my 1st post I stated that this is a tough call.. we have 5 mens divisions of softball and 3 ladies in the villages.. and probably the biggest problem is collisions at 2B .. they all use SSUSA rules but then modify some of the rules to what each Div. likes... our lowest 3 div.'s do not allow sliding so I suggested to them that to stop the disagreements on calls at 2B change the rule to if there is a play being made on a runner at 2nd or 3rd base the runner "MUST" do a run by or be called out
Feb. 4
Randall

40 posts
I understand. I truly appreciate your assistance.
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