Umpires and Mentors Rules Elucidation Meeting.


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2010 BASEBALL Umpires & Coaches Rules Interpretation Meeting

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NSAA Dates First Day of Practice – March 1 Umpire On-Line Tests Due – March 12 Supervised Tests – March 24 & 29 Umpire District/State Applications – On-Line Enter Schedule on NSAA Site First Contest – March 18 District Seeding Dates – Games through April 27 will tally; April 28 assignments made & has destinations secured; April 29 sections posted on NSAA site.) District Tournament Dates – May 7-8, 10-11 State Tournament – May 15, 17-20

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Baseball Reminders Season Begins - First Day of Practice (Organized Practice Rule – 4 players Prior to March 1.) Athletes CANNOT take part on different groups (counting tryouts) until the end of the state competition. Competitors can go to Camps/Clinics, yet can\'t physically take part. Summer Legion Teams Begin May 16 (Week 46)

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Contest Limits & Permissible Contests Schedule = 24 dates amid general season, 4 competition limit (excluding areas and state) Single Games & Doubleheaders Double-Dual - four schools playing two pre-decided challenges or two of alternate schools in one day Triangular - three schools playing two pre-decided challenges in one day. Competition – 4 or more groups where victors keep on advancing or contend until a champion is resolved (straight section or pool play with title criteria).

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Permissible Contests Defined Four-group competitions played more than 2 continuous days. Eight-group competitions played more than 3 back to back days. Climate is a special case to the back to back day guideline. No school can play more than 2 recreations in a day. Once the season starts, a school can\'t change its calendar for any reason. Put off recreations ought to be made up (if conceivable). Reschedule amusements must be played before locale – May 6 th last standard season date.

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Reporting Scores Schools must bring in all scores. Omaha World-Herald: 1-800-284-6397 or 402-444-1000. Lincoln Journal Star: 1-800-742-7315 or 402-473-7431. Email to jangele@nsaahome.org District Seeding – April 29; All recreations through Tuesday, April 27 might number.

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Sportsmanship Penalties NSAA Coaches Ejection Policy First Ejections for Unsportsmanlike Conduct Ineligible for the following athletic challenge at that level of rivalry and some other athletic challenge at any level amid the between time. Take and pass NFHS Sportsmanship on-line course in 10 days.

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Sportsmanship Penalties NSAA Coaches Ejection Policy Second Ejection for Unsportsmanlike Conduct Ineligible for the following two athletic challenges at that level of rivalry and whatever other athletic challenge at any level amid the between time. Take and pass NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching on-line course in 10 days.

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Sportsmanship Penalties NSAA Coaches Ejection Policy End of the Season Ejections Coaches shot out in the last session of the season, will be relied upon to take and pass the NFHS Sportsmanship Course (or Fundamentals of Coaching Course if second launch) before having the capacity to mentor the accompanying season or year.

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Sportsmanship Penalties NSAA Player Ejection Policy First Ejection for Unsportsmanlike Conduct Ineligible for the following athletic challenge at that level of rivalry and some other athletic challenge at any level amid the between time. Second Ejection for Unsportsmanlike Conduct Ineligible for the following two challenges at that level of rivalry and all other athletic challenges at any level amid the break. Third Ejection for Unsportsmanlike Conduct Ineligible for the following three challenges at that level of rivalry and all other athletic challenges at any level amid the interval.

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Sportsmanship Penalties Multiple Ejections of a Coach or Player When a school has understudies or mentors with different launches, the school should submit to the NSAA a composed administration arrangement on how it arrangements to remediate the issue .

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2010 NFHS Baseball Rules Changes B. Elliot Hopkins, CAA NFHS Baseball Rules Editor

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Rule 1-2-4 The Field When the burrow is incidentally augmented , for any reason, it should be reached out toward the outfield on a line parallel to the foul line. The expansion of the hole range should be similarly connected for both groups. Brief augmentations toward home plate are not allowed .

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Rule 1-3-2 Bats, Balls and Gloves Current BESR - 3 bats will be useful for two more years. Compelling January 1, 2012. The bat which might be a wood or non-wood item should be a smooth actualize, from the highest point of the top to the highest point of the handle. The top of the bat and handle of the bat should be for all time and safely secured .

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Rule 1-3-2 (proceeded) Effective January 1, 2012. All non-wood bats should meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) execution standard, and such bats might be named with a silk screen or other perpetual confirmation mark. The affirmation mark must be rectangular, at least a half-crawl on every side and situated on the barrel of the bat in any differentiating shading.

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Rule 1-3-2 (proceeded with) Note: Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) execution standard bats are quickly legitimate when they are accessible in the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Basis: The new standard would give the execution of non-wood bats to be nearer adjusted to the execution of a wood bat. The BBCOR standard surpasses the current BESR standard.

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BBCOR Bat Rule BESR - 3 standard bats won\'t be "grandfathered" into the new BBCOR standard in 2012 Recently, the NCAA has put a ban on composite bats construct upon in light of field execution anomalies. The NFHS has at present not put a ban on composite bats for this up and coming baseball season.

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Rule 3-3-1g6 Bench and Field Conduct New Rule Any individual from the drilling staff who is not the head mentor (or designee) in 3-2-4 leaves the region of the hole or training box to question a careful decision by an umpire… For infringement of g (6), Penalty. Both the head mentor and the culpable mentor should be limited to the burrow for the rest of the amusement, or if the offense is judged sufficiently serious, the umpire may discharge the wrongdoer and confine or launch the head mentor.

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Rule 7-4-1f Batter is Out - Modified The player should be gotten out when: f. any individual from the hostile group or mentor other than the runner(s) meddles with a defender who is endeavoring to handle a foul fly ball. Past guideline the player was consequently gotten out. Runner is gotten out for obstruction not the hitter. Method of reasoning : Does not punish the hitter for the runner\'s slip-up, if inadvertent. NFHS guideline is currently adjusted to other principle codes.

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Intentional Interference Batter Can Still Be Called Out The hitter can be gotten out if the runner purposefully meddles with a defender going to get a foul fly ball. Guideline 8-4-2g… .says the runner is out when he "obstructs a defender on his underlying endeavor to handle a batted ball… If, in the judgment of the umpire, the runner meddles in any capacity to keep a twofold play, two outs might be pronounced (the runner who meddled and the other runner included)."

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Intentional Interference Batter Can Still Be Called Out #2 : For blocking a defender making an underlying endeavor to handle a batted ball – The other runner included (player/runner) is additionally out. Out #1 : Rule 8-4-2g ball is dead instantly, the runner at third is out for impedance. Player Ejected Rule 3-3-1g 4 – runner at third is launched out for submitting an unsportsmanlike demonstration - conduct not in the agreement with the soul of reasonable play.

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Rule 1-4-2 Uniforms A pitcher might not wear white or dark uncovered undershirt sleeves or any white or dim sleeve that stretches out underneath the elbow. A vest and planning shirt that is worn underneath is seen as a sort of uniform top. Basis : Clarification.

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Rule 6-1-3 Set Position The "Gorilla" position is a legitimate set position the length of the pitcher\'s arm does not swing. In the event that his arm is swinging, this is considered as a way to trick the player and runner(s). Any development of the arm is viewed as the begin of the pitching movement. Method of reasoning: Clarification.

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Rule 7-3-2 Batting Infractions Rule Change – The hitter is out when he: Art. 2 … Hits the ball reasonable, foul or foul tip while either foot or knee is touching the ground totally outside the lines of the hitter\'s crate or touching home plate. Justification : Editorial to elucidate when a hitter endeavors to hit a ball and his knee is touching the ground outside of the player box or touching home plate.

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Rule 8-1-1d1 Hit By Pitch Old Rule – "attempts to abstain from being hit" is supplanted New Language – The hitter should not be granted a respectable starting point on the off chance that he allows a pitched ball to touch him (7-3-4), or if the umpire calls the pitched ball a strike, the hitting of the player is ignored with the exception of that the ball is dead. It is a strike or ball contingent upon area of the pitch. Method of reasoning : Allows umpire to concede hit by contribute if the hitter solidifies the container and does not move.

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IF THE BATTER INTENTIONALLY ALLOWS A PITCHED BALL TO TOUCH HIM BALL IS DEAD IMMEDIATELY THE BATTER REMAINS AT BAT STRIKE OR BALL IS CALLED DEPENDING ON THE LOCATION OF THE PITCH

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Rule 9-1-1 Exception How a Team Scores Rule Change – The run does not score … d. at the point when a third out is announced amid a play coming about because of a legitimate cautious advance, which brings about a power out (this out comes first if requirement of it would invalidate a score); or … Rationale: Clarification makes the principle in accordance with the advance method and

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