1. F5 goes over to the dugout closest to him to catch a foul
    ball. He trips over equipment that was left by his team
    after their last at bat. The ball deflects off his glove and
    falls to the ground. Umpire rules foul ball.
  2. B1 squares to bunt and steps on the point of the plate with
    his heel on the line of the batter’s box. The ball is fair.
    Umpire rules ball dead and calls B1 out.
  3. R2 and R1 and no outs. B1 should be batting but B2 is in
    the box. B2 grounds to F5 who touches third and throws to
    F4 for out #2. F4’s throw to F3 is too late to retire B2. The
    defense immediately appeals that B2 is the improper
    batter. Umpire rules B1 out returns R2 and R1 and B2 is at
    bat.
  4. R1 stealing on the pitch, B1 hits a deep fly ball to center.
    R1 is almost to third when F8 makes the catch. F8 throws
    the ball to F4 who is standing on second base before R1
    can touch it on his way back to first. Umpires immediately
    call him out.
  5. A pitcher gives up his fourth hit in a row and the coach
    changes pitchers. B6 is now batting after the first pitch to
    B6 the coach wants to talk to his pitcher, again. Umpire
    rules he cannot since B6 was at bat for both visits.
  6. R1 off with pitch as B1 grounds to F6 whose throw to F4 is
    late to get R1. F4 throws to first and the throw is high and
    sails out of play. Umpire scores R1 and places B1 on
    second.
  7. R1 on first and 1 out. B1 hits a fly ball to right field. R1 tags
    up at first and B1 rounds first and passes R1 who is still in
    contact with the base. F9 drops the ball and B1 continues
    to second base and a bewildered R1 stays at first. The
    throw comes in to the infield to F3 who tags R1 on the
    base. Umpire rules B1 out for passing R1 and R1 out
    because he was forced to second. The inning is over.
  8. Runners on second and third and one out. B4 hits a ball in
    the gap. R3 and R2 score, but R2 missed third. B4 goes
    safely to second, but he missed first. The ball is declared
    dead by the umpire. The defense asks to appeal both R2
    and B4 missing their respective bases before the ball is in
    play. The defense appeals R2 first and then B4. Umpire
    ends the inning scoring R3’s run.
  9. With R1 on first and no outs. The pitcher balks on his pick
    off attempt and the throw gets by F3. R1 continues to
    third where F3’s throw is in time for the out. Umpire rules
    play stands R1 is out.
  10. The third base coach asks for time to talk to the
    batter. As they talk the defensive coach goes to the mound
    and briefly talks to the pitcher. The two conferences break
    at the same time. Umpire charges both teams with a
    conference.
  11. Bases loaded and two outs. The batter hits a home
    run over the fence. As R1 is watching the ball he is passed
    by the batter between first and second and before R3
    touches the plate. Umpire rules out was made before the
    run scored. The inning is over.
  12. With a runner on second and no outs. The batter
    fakes a bunt and takes the pitch for a ball. The catcher’s
    throw back to the pitcher hits the batter’s bat and deflects
    into foul territory. R2 runs safely to third. Umpire rules no
    interference, the ball is dead and sends R2 back to second.
  13. The batter hits a towering foul fly behind the plate on
    a windy day. The catcher attempts to make the catch. The
    wind carries the ball into fair territory. F2 lunges for it and
    completely misses the ball as it lands in fair territory. The
    batter starts to run (thought the ball would be foul). The
    ball spins back and hits B1 in fair territory. Umpire rules
    the ball is live because F2 had a chance to field the ball.
  14. Runners on first and second with one out. The batter
    doubles to the left field gap. R2 scores and R1 is thrown
    out at home. The batter missed first and before the ball is
    declared dead the defense appeals. Umpire calls the
    batter out and does not count the run of R2.
  15. Runners on first and third and one out. The batter
    flies deep to left field. R3 scores but has left early. R1
    returns to first. The ball is returned to the pitcher and time
    is called. The offensive manager goes to R1 and tells him
    to steal second when the ball becomes live. When the ball
    is put in play R1 breaks for second. F1 steps off the rubber
    and runs at R1. F1 then stops and goes to third and steps
    on the base telling the plate umpire that R3 left early.
    Umpire rules R3 is out inning over.
  16. Runners on first and third with two outs. The batter
    grounds the ball up the middle. F6 fields the ball in front of
    second and tries to tag R1, but misses him. R1 slides by
    second without touching it. F6 throws to F3 late to retire
    the batter-runner. R1 continues towards third. F3 throws
    to F5 who tags R1 out. Umpire disallows R3’s run.
  17. Batter hits a high pop up directly above the plate. F2
    calls for the ball and the batter moves out of the way. The
    ball lands in fair territory. As F2 goes after the ball it back
    spins by him. The batter then starts to run and is hit by the
    ball in fair territory. Umpire rules the batter out.
  18. Bases loaded and two outs. The count is full. All
    runners are off with the pitch. Umpire calls ball four.
    Before the run scores and the batter touches first F2
    throws to F5 and catches R2 off third after over running it.
    Umpire allows R3’s run and R2 is out and the inning is
    over.
  19. Runner on first and no outs and a 1-0 count on the
    batter. The pitcher fails to come to a complete stop and a
    balk is called. His pitch gets by the catcher and as F2
    chases the ball R1 continues towards third where he is
    thrown out. Umpire allows play to stand.
  20. The batter bunts for a base hit. He drops his bat in fair
    territory. The ball rolls back and hits the bat. The umpire
    immediately calls a dead ball and calls the batter out for
    interference.
  21. With a runner on first and one out. R1 is off on the
    pitch. The batter grounds to F6 who’s flip to F4 is too late
    to retire a sliding R1. R1’s slide was directly at the base
    making contact below the knees of F4. F4 is unable to
    complete the throw to first. Umpire rules interference on
    R1 and calls a double play ending the inning.
  22. The batter hits a deep fly ball to right field. The ball is
    near the foul line, but is fair. The right fielder is able to
    reach over the fence and deflect the ball back. The ball
    goes over the fence in front of the foul pole. Umpire rules
    ground rule double.
  23. Runners on first and third no outs. R1 is off with the
    pitch as R3 holds. The batter bunts the ball which is
    popped up in fair territory in front of home plate. The BR
    runs into F2 preventing him from catching the ball. . The
    umpire was sure that F2 would have caught the ball and
    easily thrown out R1 for the double play. Umpire rules
    interference on the BR and calls R1 out and R3 remains at
    third.
  24. Nobody on and no outs. The batter grounds to the
    shortstop. F6’s throw is on time, but in the dirt and F3
    cannot come up with it. The BR thinking he was out heads
    for the dugout. He quickly turns around and beats the tag
    of F3 to the base. Umpire rules the BR out for abandoning
    the base.
  25. Runners on first and third with two outs. The batter
    grounds to second base. F4 has a hard time coming up
    with the ball. R1 sees this and stops. F4’s throw to first is
    late and the BR is safe and R3 touches the plate. F3 throws
    back to F4 who tags R1 out. Umpire rules the run counts
    and the inning is over.
  26. Runners on first and second with no outs. The batter
    bunts the ball high in the air right at the pitcher. F1 lets the
    ball drop. F1 throws to F5 for an out. F5 throws to F4 for
    an out. F4 throws to F3 for the third out of a triple play.
    Umpire rules play stands and the inning is over.
  27. In the top half of the second inning the pitcher leads
    off with a single. He is replaced by a courtesy runner. This
    is the first time that a courtesy runner is used. The
    offensive team bats around. With two outs the pitcher
    hits another single that scores two runs. The defensive
    team appeals in the correct time frame that the courtesy
    runner should be the batter not the pitcher. Umpire rules
    the batter out and takes the runs off the board.
  28. Bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the last
    inning and the score is tied. The batter is hit by the pitch
    and is awarded first base. R3 touches home and the batter
    touches first. R2 in his excitement leaves the field before
    touching third. The umpire declares that the home team
    wins.
  29. Runner on first and no outs. The batter scorches a
    line drive at F3. F3 cannot make the catch, but deflects the
    ball and stays within his reach. R1 goes back thinking that
    F3 caught the ball. F3 tags the base and then R1. Umpire
    rules double play.
  30. Runners on first and third and one out. The batter
    flies to center field as R1 is off on the pitch. The ball is
    caught. R3 legally tags and scores before R1 is thrown out
    returning to first by F8. Umpire rules R1 is a force out and
    the inning is over and the run is cancelled.
  31. R2 tries to score on a base hit to right field. F9’s throw
    to F2 is perfect and F2 has the ball in front of the plate
    when R2 legally slides into him. F2 bobbles the ball and
    then regains possession and tags out R2 who has not
    touched the plate. Umpire rules no obstruction and the
    out stands.
  32. Runners on first and third with two outs. The pitcher
    in the stretch position and on the rubber fakes a pick-off
    throw to third spins and picks off R1 at first. Umpire rules a
    balk and scores R3 and awards R1 second.
  33. Runners on first and third and two outs. The runner
    from first takes a huge lead into short right field. F9 seeing
    this sprints in and receives the pickoff throw from F1. F9
    chases R1 who runs straight towards second base. During
    this action R3 scores. Umpire rules R1 out of the baseline
    and cancels the run.
  34. The batter leads off the inning. He hits a ball which
    lands in front of the plate. He drops his bat and starts to
    run. The ball spins back and hits the bat in fair territory.
    The catcher picks up the ball in foul territory and throws to
    first late to retire the BR. Umpire rules no interference
    because the ball hit the bat and that the BR is safe at first.
  35. A runner from second base is trying to score. The
    catcher is standing in front of the plate without the ball.
    The throw to F2 is in time to retire a sliding R2. Umpire
    rules no obstruction the out stands.
  36. With a runners on first and third with no outs. The
    batter grounds to F6 who flips to F4 to retire a sliding R1 at
    second. F4’s relay to first hits R1’s arms extended over his
    head and the ball deflects into right field. R1 gets up and
    scores behind R3. Umpire ruled dead ball when R1 was hit.
    Both R1 and the BR are out and R3 returns to third.
  37. Runners on the corners and no outs. R1 is off on the
    pitch and R3 stands his ground the batter tries to bunt and
    pops it up in front of home plate. F2 is about to catch the
    ball and throw to F3 for an easy double play, But as F2
    catches the ball the BR intentionally runs into him causing
    the ball to fall in fair territory. Umpire double play. The BR
    is out and so is R3 because he was the runner closest to
    home. R1 is returned to first.
  38. With no outs and runners on second and third the
    batter flies deep to center and both runners tag and
    advance. F8’s throw to third gets away from F5 allowing R2
    to score. The defense appeals R3 left early. The umpire
    agrees and calls R3 out and allows R2’s run to count.
  39. In the fifth inning with the bases loaded and no outs
    the manager makes his second visit of the inning to the
    same pitcher. This visit is the second of the game for that
    team. Umpire tells manager he has he has to remove the
    pitcher, because he visited with him twice in the same
    inning.
  40. With a runner on second and one out and no count
    on the batter. The batter is interfered with by the catcher,
    but singles to right. R2 is throws out at home. The
    manager tells the umpire he would like the catcher’s
    interference enforced. Umpire puts R2 back at second (not
    forced) and places the BR on first.
  41. Runner on second no outs. R2 breaks for third on the
    pitch. The batter grounds to the shortstop. The third base
    coach yells “third, third”. F6 looks toward third and pumps
    that way. He realizes he has no ply. F6 throws to first late
    to retire the batter. Umpire rules no interference, because
    there was not any contact. The play stands.
  42. Runners on first and second and two outs. The batter
    is on his way to the plate trying for an inside the park
    home run. The throw to F2 is in time and the batter is
    declared out. The defense immediately appeals that R2
    missed home plate. The umpire agrees and declares that
    no runs score.
  43. With the bases loaded and one out. The infield is at
    double play depth. The batter hits a hard ground ball to
    the left of the second baseman. F4 dives and knocks the
    ball down right in front of him. As he is getting up and
    retrieving the ball R1 runs in to him. Umpire rules
    interference. Calls R1 out, returns R3 and R2 to their
    respective bases and awards the batter first base.
  44. With a runner on first and no outs. The catcher
    interferes with the batter’s swing. The batter is still able to
    hit a ground ball single to right field. R1 misses second on
    his way to third. The defense appeals that R1 missed
    second. The umpires agree. The coach comes out to the
    umpires and declares that he would like catcher’s
    interference enforced and have runners at first and second
    with no outs. Since all runners including the batter did not
    reach the next base safely the umpire agrees.
  45. Bases loaded with no outs and the infield playing in.
    The batter hits a ball hard to third. F5 traps the ball. R3
    gets a late start towards home. R3 throws wildly to the
    plate. F2 blocks the ball which deflects up the third base
    line. R3 retreats back to third where R2 is already there. All
    other runners including the batter advance. F2 tags R2 out
    just as he was heading back towards second. Umpire calls
    R2 out. Bases loaded one out.
  46. With a runner on third and one out early in the game.
    The catcher interferes with the batter. The batter still hits
    a deep fly ball. This allows R3 to tag up and score easily.
    Without talking to the coach the umpire enforces the
    catcher’s interference. He returns R3 and awards the
    batter first base.
  47. Runner on third and one out. The batter with a 2 and
    1 count hits a foul fly down the third base line. R3 collides
    with F5 and prevents him from making the catch. Umpire
    rules R3 out for interference and the batter remains with a
    count of 2 and 1.
  48. Two outs runner at second. The batter hits a ball in
    the right field gap. As BR rounds first he is obstructed by
    F3. He is thrown out at second on a close play. R2 had not
    touched the plate before BR was thrown out. Umpire rules
    that BR is awarded second and R2 can score.
  49. Top of the first inning B1 hits a pop up down the base
    line between home and first. F1 and F3 charge towards the
    ball. F1 calls for it and F3 stops suddenly in the base line.
    BR runs in to F3 as F1 makes the catch. Umpire rules that
    the out stands.
  50. Top of the first no outs. B1 hits the ball off home
    plate and it bounces straight up. Thinking it is foul B1
    catches the ball and gives it to F2. Umpire rules B1 out for
    interference.