If the fielder has fielded a ball and has it in his possesion yes. If the fielder is in the path of the base and does not have the ball, the answer is no New answer: The fielder may enter the base path to field a BATTED ball and the runner must avoid contact whether the fielder has possession or not. The above answer is correct for a thrown ball only. (ie. the third baseman cannot position himself on the basepath while waiting for a throw from left field while the runner is advancing from 1st to 3rd on a hit.
infielder there are more on the field and catcher is the hardest position to play
If the runner at second is out by being forced out, the batter is not given a base hit .... the play is ruled the same as if the ball was hit to an infielder that threw to second to force the runner. If the runner at second is out by being tagged because they rounded the base too far, the batter is given a base hit.
Field boots are knee high leather boots that lace up at the ankle. Paddock boots are short leather boots that can either zip or lace.
The field umpire will stand between the first base runner and the wall.
No. Runner is part of the field, therefor the ball is in play and the runner is out.
It is unknown who the first runner is, seeing as track and field running have been around sense the caveman era.
Field boots are simply just boots that are not dress boots and that you do not mind getting scratched or mucked up with dirt or anything. Where a dress boot is one that is worth more, is more easily scratched, and you wear in shows or fancy events.
If a runner in fair territory is struck by a batted ball prior to the ball having been fielded, the runner is out.
the fielder has the right to field the ball... the runner is OUT if he interferes in ANY way.
Tall boots with a 1/2 inch heel is the norm show jumping. There are different varieties but the 2 basics are the 'field boot' and 'dress boot'. Field boots have lacing at the instep for easier on and off. Field boots are perfectly fine for most showing. Dress boots are for bigger shows, hunter classes, dressage. They a like field boots but are smooth all the way up with no lacing on the instep.
once the runner leaves the field and enters the dugout they are considered out.