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Native people had games that were part of their days as others did. Some of these games are double ball, throwing contests, foot races... similar games that we still play.
Watch the ball at all times. Follow what the play calls for but, in most instances, you just need to tackle whoever has the ball.
no its a dead ball for hitting the foul pole, ground rule double
They liked to play lacrosse,soccer and counting coups
If the ball originated with the shortstop and was then thrown to the second baseman, the play is referred to as a "6-4-3 double play", after the numbers assigned to the players in order of field position.
Dp means that you only bat (usually) or are only field. Usually a pitcher does not bat so they don't get hurt while batting and the DP replaces them.
Second, Short and First
I am assuming you are talking about the play at second base before the throw to first to complete the double play. If we saw every play at second base in slow motion we would probably see the bag touched in 99%+ of the times. There are two main reasons why the second baseman or shortstop makes the play very quickly. First the play must be made quickly because of the time spent in throwing the ball to second to get the force out. The defense is trying to make two outs in the time it takes to make one out so the second baseman/shortstop must get rid of the ball quickly to have a chance to get the runner at first. Second is that there is a runner bearing down on second base trying to break up the double play. The fielder at second must get rid of the ball and then move out of the way of the runner that is trying to break up the double play.
Rugby game is required to have the ball in play all times. So the answer would be 80mins.
A batted ball that hits the pitcher's mound (or any base) is considered a fair ball. A fair ball that lands out of play is considered a ground rule double.