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Little League Rule 4.06
It states that "No manager, coach or player, shall at any time, whether from the bench or the playing field or elsewhere
(1) Incite, or try to incite, by word or sign, a demonstration by spectators;
(2) Use language which will in any manner refer to or reflect upon opposing players, an umpire or spectators.
(3) Make any move calculated to cause the pitcher to commit an illegal pitch.
(4) Take a position in the batter's line of vision, with deliberate intent to distract the batter.
The umpire may first warn the player, coach and/or manager. If continued, remove the player, coach and/or manager from the game or bench. If such action causes an illegal pitch, it shall be nullifed.
Sure, but it could slow you down.
Two Hands Clapping was created in 2004.
Little Hands Clapping has 320 pages.
Little Hands Clapping was created on 2010-02-04.
The ISBN of Little Hands Clapping is 1-84767-529-8.
ya it seems that clapping hands makes your brain active
He was clapping his hands together. Clapping is a way of showing approval or enjoyment.
Try clapping with one!
Clap your hands is a very good 'clapping hands' song for kindergarten children as it is simple but lets children clap a lot through out the memorable rhyme.
No. Running with the ball on your shirt is a direct free kick offense for deliberate handling. The shirt is considered an extension of the hands in this circumstance.