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Then the home plate umpire made a silly mistake. He is the man who inspects each Baseball before he allows them to be used.

But, if, for some reason, the pitcher does sneak a different ball into the field, he will be thrown out of the game for cheating.

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Q: What happens if a pitcher pitches the wrong type of baseball?
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