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A coach may yell out from the dugout but, it is up to which ever player has the ball when the play is over. All he has to do is touch the contested base with the ball in his hand. The umpire will either rule safe or out. It has to happen before another pitch is thrown.

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Q: Who makes the call when a player misses the base while advancing the umpire or the coach.?
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