No the base coaches should never leave the box, it may cause interference and make the base runner out.
A base coaches job in baseball is to give signals to the runners of what to do for example stealing, stopping at that base, going to the next base, or sliding. there is a base coach for first base and there is one at third base. if the runner is on second they would listen to the third base coach.
As long as the coach does not assist the runner, there is no penalty.
Yes, it is coach's interference if, in the judgment of the umpire, the base coach at 3rd base, or at 1st base, by touching or holding the runner, physically assists him in returning to or leaving first or third base.
Only the first and third base coaches are allowed on the field while play is going on. If time is called the pitching coach, hitting coach or manager are allowed on the field.
2008 season coaches: Manager - Joe Girardi Rob Thomson - Bench Coach Tony Pena - First Base Coach Bobby Meacham - Third Base Coach Kevin Long - Hitting Coach Mike Harkey -Bullpen Coach Dave Eiland - Pitching Coach
All of the 2009 Coaches for the Los Angeles Dodgers are Joe Torre who is the Head Coach aka the Manager, Don Mattingly is the Batting Coach, Rick Honeycutt is the Pitching Coach, Mariano Duncan is the First Base Coach, Larry Bowa is the Third Base Coach, Bob Schaefer is the Bench Coach, Ken Howell is the Bullpen Coach and Brendon Huttman is the Strength and Conditioning Coach. Additional coaches are Mike Borzello, Rob Flippo, Manny Mota and Jeff Pentland.
The 1st base coach can never be out of the coach's box. The 3rd base coach can only be out of his box when the ball is hit and there is a runner on or advancing to 3rd base.
A courtesy runner is typically used for the pitcher or catcher, especially in games on a time limit.
The 2008 Seattle Mariners manager and coaches: John McLaren - Manager Jim Riggleman - Bench Coach Eddie Rodriguez - First Base Coach Sam Perlozzo - Third Base Coach Mel Stottlemyre - Pitching Coach Norm Charlton - Bullpen Coach Jeff Pentland - Hitting Coach Lee Elia - Special Assistant to the Field Manager
The Yankees, like every other MLB team has 1 manager and 6 coaches. There is the first base, third base, pitching, hitting, bench and bullpen coach.
As soon as the runner touches home plate, the run scores. The following runner has the right to third base. Either the base coach or the following runner on third base should tell the runner who scored that it was not a foul ball and he should go to the dugout. The ball is still live.
Not often. Most commonly, it is the 3B coach. If it is MLB, the 3B coach gets his signs from the Manager in the dugout. In NCAA, sometimes the Head Coach is at 3B, sometimes he stays in the dugout.