if the umpire thinks the fielder with the glove "has control of" the ball, then runner is out. i can't imagine this happening.
There is no playing restrictions on what a center fielder may do defensively that other fielders may do.
No, the mid-fielder is supposed to be an attack of the opposing goal, and a defender of your own net, but NOT a goalie. HINT-HINT. . . mid- fielders are supposed to be in the middle of the field, not in the net.
Prince Semien Fielder
robinho(forward),luis fabiano(forward),elano(mid-fielder),julio cesar(goal keeper),maicon(defender),thiago silva(defenedr),gilberto(defender),juan(defender),alex(defender),ramires(mid-fielder) but not ronaldinho or ronaldo
Prince Fielder is 5'10 and he is 268 pounds according to the Milwaukee Brewers website.
Prince Fielder's 2009 batting average was .299 His career average is .284
Most of the time, yelling "I've got it!" or "Mine, mine!" is enough to tell the other fielders that you are going to catch the fly ball. However, if two or more fielders are calling that at the same time, it can be difficult to both to hear, and can result in a collision. However, some teams set up a "primary fielder," which means that, for example, for any ball hit between two fielders (center and right, or center and left), one of them (usually the center fielder) is always the primary fielder and the other fielder (left or right) will move to the back-up position. Only if the primary fielder indicates he or she cannot catch the ball (for example, by yelling, "No! No!") will the other fielder attempt to catch it. The same basic strategy can be used for the infield.
An appeal has to be made by a fielder, though the Manager can point it out to his fielders.
There are 9 fielders on the baseball field. The positions are: Center Fielder Right Fielder Left Fielder Shortstop Pitcher 2nd Base 1st Base 3rd Base Catcher
There does not seem to be a list of Steven Fielder's movies. There is a Steve Field who was in a movie called Zone 39 where he played a pilot.
Prote-J - Heir to the Throne (Prince Fielder) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnbKU3T6qDk
Yes it lowers it. A fielder's choice affects you the same way an out would. It would be recorded as 0 for 1, FC.