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8:30 – 9:45 Introductions, Basic Rules 9:45 – 9:55Break 9:55 – 11:05 Basic Field Mechanics 11: 30 – 11:45Break 11:45 – 12:30 2 man mechanics (field or.

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2 8:30 – 9:45 Introductions, Basic Rules 9:45 – 9:55Break 9:55 – 11:05 Basic Field Mechanics 11: 30 – 11:45Break 11:45 – 12:30 2 man mechanics (field or Classroom) 12:30 – 1:15Lunch (Level 1’s go home) 1:15 – 3:302 Man System Mechanics (field or gym) 3:30 – 3:45Break 3:45 – 4:15Questions and Wrap Up, Exam Information

3 Box 447 Merritt, BC V1K 1B8 Home Phone: Web Site: Great source of information Online forums, rules, tough situations, rotations, ejection reports

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6 Judges, fair and impartial Must keep our wits while all others are losing theirs We are not the center of attention, the players are Umpires are reporters Timing of calls Replay calls in your mind’s eye then make the call

7 Shoes: Black Socks: Black or Navy Pants: Heather Gray Shirt: Navy, Powder Blue or Black MLB style Undershirt: Red (Navy or Black), Navy (Powder) Hat: Dark Blue or Black Umpire Style Ball Bag:Black or Navy Go to Value Village for most of this stuff (less than $20.00)

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9 Swing and a miss Ball passes through the strike zone and batter does not offer at it Fouled with less than 2 strikes Bunted foul (even with 2 strikes) Touches batter in strike zone Touches batter as he swings at pitch Foul tip

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12 Strike Zone Use the plate as a guide, at least 1 ball width off the corners Use under the elbows (catchers head) Use the catchers knees as a guide Catch only defensive players Must have control of their body Voluntary release The act of trying to throw the ball is voluntary release forget the myths

13 Fair – Foul Balls

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17 In the infield, a ball is fair or foul the moment it stops moving or is touched If a ball leaves the infield on the ground, it is judged fair or foul by its position when it leaves the infield A ball hit directly to the outfield is fair or foul the moment it touches anything Foul Tip (bat) Still looks like a pitch Sharp and direct from the bat to the catcher’s hand or glove 1 st, then caught by the catcher Ball is “live”, runners may advance

18 Force Play Runner must go to next base because Batter has become a runner and must go to 1 st

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20 Force Play Runner must go to next base because Batter has become a runner and must go to 1 st Can touch the base with any part of the body Can also “tag” the runner with the ball in hand or glove No runs if 3 rd out is a force Tag Play Must touch runner with the ball in hand or glove when runner is off the base

21 Infield Fly Runners at 1 st, 2 nd or 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd Less than two out Must be easily caught by an infielder Can be caught by an outfielder

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23 Infield Fly Runners at 1 st, 2 nd or 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd Less than two out Must be easily caught by an infielder Can be caught by an outfielder Overthrows

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25 Infield Fly Runners at 1 st, 2 nd or 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd Less than two out Must be easily caught by an infielder Can be caught by an outfielder Overthrows Pitcher (must be on rubber) - 1 base Infielder 1 st play - 2 bases from TOP base exception when BR and all other runners are at least one base beyond TOP base when 1 st play happens Outfielder - 2 bases from time of throw (when the ball is released) not when the ball goes out of play

26 If a ball becomes lodged in the umpire’s or catchers equipment

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28 1 base if a pitched ball 2 bases if thrown Batter hit by pitch Batter goes to first All other runners return unless forced

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31 No abuse no excuses Coaches are responsible for the actions of fans and players profanity, touching, threats or personal comments are grounds for immediate ejections You must write an ejection report Don’t take the situation too seriously Do phone your UIC for help

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33 Level 1 Finished

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35 Touching bases in order (1-2-3-home) missed bases (appeals) Can be a force out, runs???? runners passing other runners Signal interference, see what happens, runner who passed is out and all other runners return to TOP base unless forced Runner leaves to early or fails to retouch after a fly ball caught Not a running start Can not retouch if touches the next base and the ball becomes dead Appeal must be obvious is a time play, not a force Runs may score ahead of the appealed runner

36 Four types: 1.Offensive runner being hit by a fair batted ball batter interference runner breaking up a double play 2.Defensive catcher’s interference 3.Umpire being hit by fair batted ball getting in way of catcher’s throw 4.Spectator Spectator Land vs. Player Land

37 Offensive Runner hit by fair batted ball before infielder has a chance to play it Signal interference call time runner is out all other runners return unless forced due to B-R going to first If interference was to break up double play, call B-R out too

38 Offensive Double play ball, R1 intentionally tries to break up the double play at second

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40 Offensive Double play ball, R1 intentionally tries to break up the double play at second Time is called immediately R1 is out and call B-R out for actions of R1

41 Batter Interference

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44 Signal interference wait and see what happens if runner is thrown out then ignore the interference otherwise call batter out and return all runners to TOP base

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47 Signal the interference Let the play continue If all runners including the Batter-Runner reach 1 base safely beyond TOP base, ignore the interference If not, place BR at 1 st and all other runners return unless forced or they were stealing on the play Offense has the option on this play

48 Umpire Interference Umpire is hit by fair batted ball before infielder has a chance to play the ball Call Time, signal interference, place B-R at 1 st and return all other runners to TOP base unless forced Plate umpire interferes with catchers throw Signal interference, wait to see what happens, if runner is out ignore, if not call time and return all runners to TOP base

49 Spectator Interference Two areas: Player land, Spectator land If player goes into Spectator land, then they are on their own If a spectator goes into Player Land and interferes with a play then we have Spectator interference Signal Spectator Interference Call time Position runners where you think they would have gone if no interference occurred

50 The defense gets in the way of the offense, usually when they are running On all types of obstruction, signal obstruction right away 1.Play being made on runner Call time right away Position runners where you think they would have gotten to 2.No play being made on runner Time delayed Protect runner to base where you think they should have gotten if no obstruction Runner is on their own if they try to go beyond this base

51 Can use Full Windup or Set Position (must come to a stop if uses set position) 3 things a pitcher CAN do while on the rubber 1.Pitch (step directly towards the plate) 2.Step directly towards and throw to a base (occupied or to make a play) fake towards 2 nd and 3 rd, but must throw to 1st 3.Step off the rubber (directly back, not off to a side)

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54 Say nothing (including the score keeper) Appeal by defensive team Timing is important Before turn at bat is complete Put correct batter in box After improper batter but prior to next pitch Proper batter is out Return all runners Any outs on the play stand Next batter is one after batter that is called out After pitch to next batter Improper batter is legal

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