When a ball is hit into left field it is the shortstop's job to act as a cutoff man while the second baseman covers second base and when the ball is hit to right field it is the second baseman's job to act as a cutoff unless the play is at home then the outfielder will throw to the first baseman as a middle man while the shortstop covers second base. Now if the ball is hit to center field then it is the shortstop's job to cutoff unless again the play is at home then the first baseman is the cutoff.
Insoftball u get a strike (when the batter hits at the ball but misses). There is also a foul ball (batter hits the ball but it goes out of the field of play). Then u get the call of "ball" this is when the pitcher pitches the ball and it goes lower than the knees and if the ball is higher than the shoulders basically it is when the ball is unplayable). After one batter gets four "balls" then they get a free walk to first base, if there is someone on first base then they also get to walk to second base, etc.
It is a foul ball. Beyond 1st or 3rd base, a fly ball is determined to be fair or foul by where it first touches the ground. Since it would have first touched the ground in foul territory, it would be a foul ball.
A foul ball is a ball that is hit outside of the foul lines on the field. A ball that bounces in fair territory then goes into foul territory before it passes a base is considered a foul ball. A ball that bounces in fair territory and then bounces into foul territory after it passes a base if considered a fair ball.
If the ball goes out of play, sometimes the runner automatically gets to advance a base. If that didn't happen, then yes.
If a fly ball goes over the third base bag and lands in foul territory, the ball is called foul. If a ground ball goes over the third base bag in the air, the ball is fair regardless of where the next bounce is.
when the ball is hit to the left fielder or goes into center field on the shortstops side of second base
No, once the fielder comes in contact with the batted ball a runner cannot be called for runner interference unless he intentionally goes out of his way (basepath) to make contact with the fielder
at first you pretty much stand there and wait for people to throw the ball to you. at second you have to field the ball and cover your base short stop is the hardest cause you have to field and cover tird and second base. outfield you just pretty get the ball when it goes out there in any position and third you play up on a bunt and field and pitcher you pitch and catching is difficult you have to know everything that's going on in the game at all times!
No, a home run is when the ball goes out of the field.
the ball is given a no ball
NO - if it hits the line after the base and comes into play, it's fair. NO - if it hits the line after the base it's fair.
Bases are in fair territory but balls need to pass first or third base for it to be fair ball, so if the ball hits the base and goes into the stands it's a foul ball...
It's a fair ball if the batted ball hits the base.
A Base runner is out anytime a batted ball hits him, unless he is touching a base.
YES... the ball is always live till the umpire stops play ... if the ball goes into the dugout the runner get one (1) base if the goes into the stands the runner take two (2) bases... if there's a runner on base they take the next open base...
If the ball goes out of play on the sidelines, then the team who did not kick the ball out of play goes to throw it back in to their teammates. If the ball goes out of play on the goal-lines, and it was an opponent who kicked it out, then its a goal-kick. If it was an opponents side of the field, then it will be a corner kick.
An aerial ball is when the ball goes into the air (a couple of feet off teh ground).
a ball that hits a base (other than home plate) then goes into foul territory is a fair ball
If a baserunner goes back and touches/or stands (this is called 'tagging up') on the base the they started on after the ball is caught he can then advance to the next base(s). If you do not go back and 'tag' the base after the ball is caught, the defensive team can throw the ball to the base you started on and you will be out
In general, if the ball goes over the 1st or 3rd base bag, it is always a fair ball. Unless it goes into the stands, in that case, the ball is always foul.
Fair. If the ball hits the bag [base] first then goes foul it is fair
2 from where he started. A simple example would be a fly ball left field, the ball is caught and the fielder flips the ball to a fan in the seats thinking it is the 3rd out. The runner is awarded 3rd base.
Once the ball goes out of play, the number of bases the runner is to advance will depend on the ground rules at that ball park, generally when a ball goes out of play the runner gets 1 base
It is ruled a dead ball and each base runner would advance one base.
The first base line goes all the way down the field.