Generally the designated runner is to be used for the catcher when there are two outs, sometimes the number of outs is not important. The PURPOSE of the rule is to allow the catcher to put his equipment on sooner and speed up the game. Some leagues use the designated runner for both the pitchers and catchers. This allows the pitcher and catcher to also rest. In addition it gives a player the opportunity to participate who is not in the line-up.
Unlimited as long as the pinch runner is designated the pinch runner for the pitching position only and is a sub that does not enter the game.
A blockade runner is a vehicle, mainly naval, with the purpose to bring cargo across a military blockade.
The runner is safe as long as the runner touches the base and is not tagged out. An out can only be recorded if the fielder has possession of the baseball the whole time through a play.
A blockade runner is a vehicle, mainly a naval vehicle, with the purpose to bring cargo across a military blockade.
A designated runner can run for pitchers and catchers. It needs to be the same runner every time you put them into the game. You can also use a pinch runner, but this counts as a substitution so be careful when you do this that you are not going over the substitution limit.
In baseball "advance the runner" is a term used to say get a runner on base to move forward to another base.
Yes. The substitute runner is called the "pinch runner".
NO. Base runner's must run the bases in the order they batted. If a runner overtakes another runner, he is automatically out.
Runner rugs are useful for several reasons. They help keep carpets clean and prevent mud tracking in hallways.