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They throw both of there hands in the air. It's the same sign for calling time. If you are on the baseline as an umpire it is common to see the umpire point or or give some indication that it is on the other side of the line. Most of what umpires are taught to do for signs are never actually used in professional Baseball.

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Q: What signal will the umpire give for a foul ball?
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