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Old 03-27-2014, 11:14 PM   #61
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Default Re: Florida/FSU Basebrawl

Originally Posted by Cock Kool-Aid View Post
My understanding of the rule is that the baseline is 3 feet to either side of the line, not only to the right side. I'm confused by the assertion that he's not allowed to run left of the line.
The "Three feet" rule is generally applied between all of the other bases, or determining whether the Runner ran out of the base line.

Between Home and 1st base, the runner is expected to run to the outside of the line, away from the field of play.

Case in point;
The catcher fields a ball and tries to throw to 1st base.
The runner is running inside the line and the throw hits the runner.
The runner is called out for interference.

That goes all the way up to MLB.

This particular play is different but personally, I would have tossed him for plowing the pitcher.
I'm no expert, just an "Ordinary Joe".
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