It does not matter if you catch a ball in fair or foul territory it is still considered an out.
Once a batted ball is touched by a defensive player in foul territory, it is ruled a foul ball regardless if said batted ball returns to fair territory.
If the player doesn't touch the out of Play territory first then it is an out and if it's going to be a home run then the main part of the player has to be on the field side
No matter where the feilder is standing... foul or fair territory... the second they come into contact with the ball, its considered fair and in play. Even if it was going foul and you try to catch it and miss it, if there is any contact, the ball becomes fair.
You would get Lugia.
it deppends how he looks at you
Every time i did a he was still standing there with a message box saying Reshiram is gazing at "PLAYER"as if to say "try to catch me!" this happens if you faint it or run away.
yes, but runner must not advance to next base until ball is caught by defensive player.
go to the weather institute in emerald and go to the second floor to far left and a man will be standing there he will tell you where to catch groudon and kyogre.
do not plug the standing lamp in when your hand is wettry not to cover the lamp with anything that can catch fire
After you catch Cobalion (legend) you go to where that man was standing in pinwheel forest on the gate is gone and you can go further. When you go to deepest forest you'll find Verizon standing west south (bottom left corner)
Yes. There have been at least 20 attempts at field-goal attempts after fair catches in NFL regular season games since 1933. Two of the attempts occurred in the 2008 season, on November 23, 2008 by Neil Rackers of the Cardinal against the New York Giants and on December 28, 2008 by Mason Crosby of the Packers against the Detroit Lions. Both attempts were unsuccessful. A very detailed discussion of this kind of kick can be found on Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_catch_kick .
well in the U.S the original/popular rules are- 6V6 split court 6 8.5 inch rubber play ground balls ball is live until it hits wall/floor (you can catch it off a player and keep them in and opposing player who threw is out. You can catch off a deflected ball and get opposing throwing player out) Catch brings in one player and throwing player is out game played until all players on one side are eliminated