In Major League Baseball, there is no rule restricting the number of time outs that may be requested. However, other leagues may have rules limiting the number of time outs requested.
obviously, you're not a baseball fan. in baseball, we call it a 'manager', not a 'coach'. terry francona
During an inning of softball, the coach is only allowed to conference with his/her players one time. The only exception is if a player is injured. The players on the field may call time-outs, however, the coach can only conference with them once.
anybody on the court for that team and the coach. the bench is not aloud to call a timeout unless it is the coach
The coach can call a timeout
In the NFL, a coach gets to challenges a game. If the coach does not agree with the call on the field by the ref, then the coach throws the red flag that is in his pocket onto the field where the referee can see it. If the call on the field is reversed, then that team that challenged the call does not lose a timeout, but if the call on the field stands then that team loses a timeout.
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yes he can anyone on the field can call it now assistant coach i don't think they can but anyone on the field or coauh can call time out
Only the head coach or a player on the field may call a timeout legally.