No, any type of interference is against the rule. It is similar to a pitcher unintentionally hitting a batter.
As it is true that the interference does not have to be intentional, there are occasions where there might be "interference" that is not called as such. i.e If a batter takes a pitch and a runner is stealing a base, if the catcher throws the ball and hits the batter or his bat, while the batter is still standing in the box, this is not called interference
If there was one out. no run can score on a force out? If no outs, I believe the run scores.....
You may be referring to Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, and Trespass to Chattels.
Intentional interference with a broadcast. It could be another transmitter on the same frequency or a device that generates other electrical pulses that cause bad reception in the vicinity.
Yes, it is interference. If, in the umpire's judgment, it was unintentional, the play continues as normal. If it was intentional, the ball is called dead and runners/batter gets two bases.
Error Catchers Interference Fielders Choice Intentional Walk Hit by Pitch Dropped Third Strike
One Answer:Yes, The base runner is guilty of interference if he is contacted by a batted ball other than an infield fly. Another Answer:In MLB, it depends on whether or not, in the umpire's judgment, the interference was intentional or not. Rule 7.08(b)Comment states, in part:...If, however, the runner has contact with a legally occupied base when he hinders the fielder, he shall not be called out unless, in the umpire's judgment, such hindrance, whether it occurs on fair or foul territory, is intentional...
Which is an example of an intentional injury
it is intentional..
In soccer, a handball does have to be intentional for it to be called.
Accidental is an antonym for intentional.
1. A Base Hit 2. An Error 3. A Walk (Intentional or not) 4. A HBP 5. Catchers Interference 6. Fielders Choice 7. Dropped Third Strike