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High School Baseball Batting order examples Non-DH example DH example These examples uses a circle to indicate a player still has eligibility. A line indicates.

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1 High School Baseball Batting order examples Non-DH example DH example These examples uses a circle to indicate a player still has eligibility. A line indicates a player is no longer able to participate in the game

2 Non DH Batting Order PosNameNo 1Able Askin11 2Bob Been22 3Carl Compton33 4Dave Donks44 5Eric Erkins55 6Frank Frazier66 7Gerald Goble77 8Hector Hobart88 9Isaac Ingles99 Josh Johnson01 Kelly Kilman02 Larry Lane03 Mark Mazey04 Write him in Remove sub Write in sub Starter re-enters Circle the out player New Sub enters Click any where on page to begin Write in sub New Sub enters Find the sub Find starting player 03 Write in starter #03 Larry Lane is now illegible for the rest of the game Order of Player Entry 22 Been 03 Lane 22 Been 02 Kilman 01 Johnson Draw a line Circle the out player #22 Bob Been is now illegible for the rest of the game Rule 3-Section 1-Article 3 Any of the starting players may be withdrawn and re-entered once Rule 3-Section 1-Article 3 A substitute that is withdrawn MAY NOT re-enter. Circle the out player Draw a line

3 Use of the DH Rule 3 – 1 – 4 Must be announced at the start of the game. Must be listed in the lineup as the DH. Treated as a starter for substitute rules. If the player bats for the DH, the DH position is terminated for the rest of the game. The DH enters the game on defense. Click

4 Write him in DH re-enters Circle outgoing player Circle the out player Draw a line Circle the out player Draw a line Sub #02 enters Draw a line #22 bats Click any where on page to start PosNameNo 1Able Askin11 2Bob Been22 DHJohn Johnson01 3Carl Compton33 4Dave Donks44 5Eric Erkins55 6Frank Frazier66 7Gary Goble77 8Hector Hobart88 9Isaac Ingles99 Kelly Kilman02 Larry Lane03 Mark Mazey04 DH Batting Order Find the Substitute #01 Johnson is now ineligible for the rest of the game Write him in Write in #22 Write in #02 #03 Lane is now ineligible for the rest of the game Batting Order #01 Johnson #03 Lane #01 Johnson #02 Kilman #22 Been Circle outgoing player 22 The DH spot is terminated


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