2003 NFHS SOFTBALL NFHS FLEX PLAYER Instructional exercise.


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NFHS Softball Rules Committee asked for states to explore different avenues regarding the DP Rule. ... In states testing, there is no alternative to utilize the Designated Hitter (DH) ...
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2003 NFHS SOFTBALL NFHS FLEX PLAYER TUTORIAL

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COMMITTEE REQUEST NFHS Softball Rules Committee asked for states to explore different avenues regarding the DP Rule. More data was required from the NFHS family with respect to the guideline.

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COMMITTEE REQUEST DP principle replaces DH guideline. In states testing, t here is no choice to utilize the Designated Hitter (DH) rather than the Designated Player (DP) guideline.

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BEGINNING THE GAME A DP does not need to be utilized. On the off chance that utilized it must be noted on the beginning lineup. A group utilizing the DP begins the amusement with 10, yet could end with 9 or 10.

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THE LINEUP CARD The DP is the hostile player and must stay in same batting position for whole amusement The name of player for whom the DP is batting (FLEX) will be put in 10 th position in lineup

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THE LINEUP CARD If supplanted by a substitute, the DP position stays in the lineup. A beginning DP may re-enter one time, the length of the DP comes back to the first position in the batting request.

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SUBSTITUTING FOR THE DP The DP might be supplanted by: Pinch-runner Pinch-hitter FLEX In all cases, the DP has left the diversion, with one reentry allowed.

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SUBSTITUTING FOR THE DP Baker squeeze keeps running for Cooper has left the diversion and has a reentry remaining Baker is currently the DP

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THE FLEX MAY PLAY OFFENSE If the FLEX bats or keeps running for the DP, the DP leaves the amusement The FLEX (Brown) is presently batting in the 7 th position Lineup down to 9

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THE DP RE-ENTERS The DP (Cooper) re-enters to bat or run The FLEX (Brown): Returns to #10 position Plays safeguard just Has never left the diversion

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THE DP MAY PLAY DEFENSE The DP may likewise play protection at any position If the DP plays guard for a player other than the FLEX, that player still bats and has not left the amusement

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THE DP MAY PLAY DEFENSE Cooper plays a respectable halfway point and still bats 7 th Able no more plays resistance yet at the same time bats 2 nd Able has not left the diversion

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THE DP MAY PLAY DEFENSE FOR THE FLEX Cooper goes into pitch Brown has left the amusement Lineup down to 9 Brown may re-enter

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ILLEGAL SUBSTITUTION You CANNOT : Place the FLEX player into the initial nine positions for somebody other than the first DP… Results in an illicit substitution.

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KEY POINTS The part of the DP/FLEX is never ended. A group may go from 10 to nine players and back to 10 players any number of times amid the amusement. The diversion may end with 10 or nine players.

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EASY REMINDERS The DP can never be on guard as it were. The FLEX player can never be on offense as it were. The DP and the FLEX can never be on offense in the meantime.

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EASY REMINDERS The DP and the FLEX can play protection in the meantime.

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NFHS EXPERIMENTAL RULE SAMPLE EXERCISES

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SAMPLE LINEUP CARD All examples will utilize this card and advance through a progression of substitutions

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SAMPLE EXERCISE #1 "Jones" (DP) bats and gets on base securely The hostile mentor requests time for a change "Green will keep running for Jones"

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #1 Green (FLEX) running for Jones (DP)

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SAMPLE EXERCISE #1 Note – Jones has left the diversion

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #2 Two innings later, Green singles to left The hostile mentor requests time to roll out an improvement "Smith running for Green and Green will in any case be playing right field"

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #2 Smith (sub) running for Green (FLEX) Green stays in amusement playing right field just

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SAMPLE EXERCISE #2 Note – Smith enters the diversion surprisingly and is the new DP Green (FLEX) has NOT left the diversion – back to protection just

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #3 In the 4 th inning, the hostile mentor requests time to roll out another improvement "Jones to re-enter and bat for Smith"

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #3 Jones (DP) re-enters for Smith

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SAMPLE EXERCISE #3 Note – Jones has utilized her reentry Smith has left the amusement and has a reentry remaining

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #4 In the following half inning, the guarded mentor requests time to roll out another improvement "Jones (DP) will play barrier in focus field for Thomas"

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #4 Jones (DP) to play resistance in focus field for Thomas

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SAMPLE EXERCISE #4 Note – Jones the DP is presently playing offense and safeguard Thomas still bats in the 3 rd position in the lineup and is playing offense just

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #5 An inning later, the cautious mentor requests time to roll out another improvement "Jones will move to right field and play safeguard for Green; Thomas will backtrack to focus field."

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SAMPLE EXCERCISE #5 Jones (DP) to play guard in right field for Green (FLEX) Thomas retreats to focus field

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SAMPLE EXERCISE #5 Note – Jones (DP) is as yet playing offense and protection Green (FLEX) has left the amusement since she is not playing barrier (still has a reentry remaining)

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NFHS EXPERIMENTAL RULE QUESTIONS?

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