Your hand to your shoulder. This call can also go against the goalie if he or she picks up the ball out side the goal box (that big box around the goal, for people that don't know what I'm typing about).
Theirs no specific term for this. A lot of people call it a "save".
centerman wingman(right wing left wing) defenseman and goalie .
It is a dead ball it doesn't matter.
The linesmen call offside on the teams and they also call if the ball is out of bounds
an indirect freekick is given to the opposing team from where the keeper handled the ball
We call waste man who picks the waste from the road
Ball Players . . .
The first baseman must "have control of the ball". If his hand is on it pinning it to the ground, the call is safe. If he picks it up or in any other way, shows he/she has "control" of the ball, the call is out.
If the referee must stop the game specifically for an injury, the restart is a drop ball. Whether the opposing team actually opposes this drop ball is not required.
yes. they just call it different names now though. In Cape May, NJ they call it Caper Ball. In West Deptford, NJ they call it Hand Ball and change the rules a bit so it's like dodgeball except you also have a goalie who is immune to being out and a goal to protect.
It's either a ground rule double or the runner gets the next base.