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Will Curtis F7 F9 F5 F2 F3 D – Slot To the right of Shortstop D – Slot To the right of Shortstop B – Slot to the left of the Second base B – Slot to.

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3 F7 F9 F5 F2 F3 D – Slot To the right of Shortstop D – Slot To the right of Shortstop B – Slot to the left of the Second base B – Slot to the left of the Second base A – Slot= Starting position is 18-21ft/foul territory A – Slot= Starting position is 18-21ft/foul territory F8 F4 F6 F1 C- Slot To the Left of the Shortstop C- Slot To the Left of the Shortstop No Man Area No Man Area Will Curtis

4 A B D C Runner on First Base Only Runner on First Base Only Runner on Second Base Only Also applies to First & Second Base Runner on Second Base Only Also applies to First & Second Base No Runner on Base No Runner on Base Runner on Third Base Only Runner on Third Base Only R R R R R R 18-21ft from First Base Foul territory 20-30ft from First Base line ft. from Second Base ft from Third Base Will Curtis R R R R R R Also applies to First &Third Base. Also applies when bases are loaded. Also applies to Second & Third Base.

5 Runner on First Base only Plate Umpire: Responsibilities 1. On batted balls to the infield leave to the left of the catcher moving up first base line to observe the play, then fade toward third base to cover the advancing runner. 2. On steals where there is a wild throw at second base, pick up the runner advancing to third base, and be prepared to take the runner home. Plate Umpire: Responsibilities 1. On batted balls to the infield leave to the left of the catcher moving up first base line to observe the play, then fade toward third base to cover the advancing runner. 2. On steals where there is a wild throw at second base, pick up the runner advancing to third base, and be prepared to take the runner home. Field Umpire: Responsibilities 1. Take a position about halfway between first and second base and outside the base line. This position will normally place the umpire two or three steps behind and to the left side of the second baseman Field Umpire: Responsibilities 1. Take a position about halfway between first and second base and outside the base line. This position will normally place the umpire two or three steps behind and to the left side of the second baseman If the runner attempts to steal second, move toward the base staying behind the fielder. Should the throw be wild, move inside the base paths. Plate Umpire Holding Zone On base hits to the outfield, immediately come inside the diamond, buttonhook and take the batter-runner all the way to third base Will Curtis R R

6 B B Routine Hit to an Infielder BU -MOVE INTO FAIR TERRITORY 2 to 3 step BU -MOVE INTO FAIR TERRITORY 2 to 3 step F6 F1 PU - On infield hits, follow the Batter-Runner up the first base line (13 ft) observing the play, and be prepared to help your partner Will Curtis

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8 Base Hit Toward Straightaway Center Field or Right of Center Field - “The Buttonhook” Plate Umpire Holding Zone Inside-outside Button-Hook Theory Base Umpire - Assume the proper position in foul territory feet beyond first base On a play at First Base. The base umpire should move inside the diamond in the direction of the pitcher’s plate about ft. from First Base Button-hook into the base making sure the runner touches the base and watching for possible obstruction. Base Umpire: As the runner nears the base, the runner is now your primary concern. Stay with the runner, if they advance. Base Umpire: As the runner nears the base, the runner is now your primary concern. Stay with the runner, if they advance. BR REMEMBER TO ALWAYS STAY WITH THE RUNNER if the runner rounds the bag and returns, STAY WITH THE RUNNER Will Curtis PU - On infield hits, follow the Batter-Runner up the first base line (15 ft) observing the play, and be prepared to help your partner PU – Move to the Holding Zone and be prepared to help your partner

9 R F6 F3 Plate Umpire Holding Zone Runner on Second Base only Start 20 – 30 ft. from Second Base and no deeper than 3 steps behind Shortstop. Start 20 – 30 ft. from Second Base and no deeper than 3 steps behind Shortstop. BU should be closer to second base than third base at the time of the pitch. BU should be closer to second base than third base at the time of the pitch. F1 Base Umpire Holding Zone Will Curtis PU-Move inside the diamond about two-thirds of the way to third base, approximately 10 – 12 feet from the base, obtaining a 90 degree angle. Stop, read the play, then make the call Follow the throw to First Base by moving inside the diamond. PU- Watch BR hit 1st base., and move directly up the Third Base line in foul ground (Umpire holding Zone) for a possible play at Third base This Mechanics also applies to runner on First and Second Base This Mechanics also applies to runner on First and Second Base

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11 R F6 F3 Plate Umpire Holding Zone Runner on Second Base only F1 Base Umpire Holding Zone Will Curtis PU- Watch Batter-Runner hit First base., and move directly up the Third Base line in foul ground (Umpire holding Zone) for a possible play at Third base PU-Move inside the diamond about two- thirds of the way to third base, approximately 10 – 12 feet from the base, obtaining a 90 degree angle. Stop, read the play, then make the call This is one example Ball hits to Third Baseman (F5) Who throw the ball to the First Base (F3 ) F5 Runner on second base advance to third after the throw to first. First baseman throws to third in an attempt to retire R2, but the throw is wide and travels into foul territory When returning to home plate from a play at third base and the ball is in foul ground, remain inside the diamond and move parallel to the base line, to approximately 10 – 12 feet from home plate, obtaining a 90 degree angle the path of the runner

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13 R F6 F3 Plate Umpire Holding Zone Base Umpire Holding Zone Runner on First and Second Base. On any ball hit to the infield, take the first throw unless it is to home plate If the first throw is to first or second base, any subsequent throw to third base is covered by the plate umpire. R F1 R Will Curtis F4 F5

14 F6 R “D” POSITION Anytime there is a Runner on Third Base “D” POSITION Anytime there is a Runner on Third Base PU Holding zone PU Holding zone BU Holding zone Will Curtis

15 R F5 F3 Plate Umpire Holding Zone Base Umpire Holding Zone R Runner on Second and Third Base P Will Curtis

16 Plate Umpire Holding Zone E C B D A CALLING POSITIONS FOR PLAYS AT THE PLATE As a general rule, if the ball is put in play and the plate umpire remains in Position “A,” the umpire is in the wrong position! This is called the slot Will Curtis

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29 Pivot is on top of the Pitching Plate NP is Behind the Pitching Plate Also with the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

30 Pivot is on top of the Pitching Plate NP contact with the Pitching Plate Also with the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

31 Pivot is on top of the Pitching Plate NP is behind the Pitching Plate Also with the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

32 Pivot is on top of the Pitching Plate NP is Behind the Pitching Plate Also outside the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

33 Pivot is on top of the Pitching Plate NP is Behind the Pitching Plate Also outside the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

34 Pivot not on top of the Pitching Plate NP is Behind the Pitching Plate Also outside the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

35 Pivot not on top of the Pitching Plate NP is Behind the Pitching Plate Also outside the 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

36 Pivot is on top of the Pitching Plate NP contact with the Pitching Plate Also with the 24 inch Lane Backward step totally outside 24 inch Lane Will Curtis

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