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2001 Baseball Rules Changes
1-1-5   By state association adoption, to allow for special occasions, commemorative or memorial patches, that will be uniformly placed, not to exceed 2 1/4 sq. in., to be worn on jerseys in an appropriate & dignified manner without compromising the integrity of the uniform.
1-1-5   Beginning January 1, 2003 the catcher's helmet and mask combination shall meet the NOCSAE standard.
1-3-5   The diameter at the tickest part of the bat should be no greater than 2 5/8", the bat shall not weigh, numerically, more than three oz. less than the lenght of the bat. (e.e., a 33-inch-long bat cannot weigh less than 30 ounces.)
1-3-5   Bats that are altered, that deface the ball, or that do not meet the rule specifications are illegal. Bats that are broken, cracked or dented shall be removed upon discovery without penalty.

2001 Baseball Rules continued
2-28-3   time of the pitch in the windup & set position has been clarified. After coming to a legal pitching position, any movement by the pitcher that commits him to pitch shall constitute "time of the pitch".
4-1-3a   the umpire-in-chief shall receive verification from both coaches tht all participants are properly equipped & emphasize to the coaches & captains that all partciipants are expected to exhibit good sporting behavior throughout the game(s).
6-1-2   the pitcher assumes the windup position when his hands are together in front of his body, or both hands are at his side, or either hand is in front of his body & the other hand is at his side.
6-1-3   Replace the position of the pitcher's glove in the set position. The new rule reads "He shall come to a complete & discernible stop (a change of direction is not considered and acceptable stop) with the ball in both hands in front of the body & his glove at or below his chin."

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