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Runner Rules
REFERENCES
Runner Collisions vs Interference Reference - Jim Booth
Umpire's reference explaining the difference between collisions and interference


Runner Interference Calls Reference - Jim Booth
Umpire's reference explaining interference and when to make an interference call


Runner Obstruction Reference - Jim Booth
Umpire's reference explaining obstruction and when to make an obstruction call


RULES
Runner Force Play Rule - Jim Booth
What is a force play and how does the third out affect scoring?


Runner Infield Fly Rule - Jim Booth
Can runners advance on an infield fly?


Runner Interference Rule - Jim Booth
What is considered interferece?


Runner Legal Base Tag Rule - Jim Booth
What is considered a legal tag of the base by a fielder?


Runner Runner Hit by Batted Ball Rule - Jim Booth
Is a runner out if he is hit by a batted ball?


Runner Sliding Rule - Jim Booth
When must a runner slide to take a base?


Runner Touching the Runner Rule - Jim Booth
Can teammates or coaches touch a base runner after a home run?


RULE MYTHS
Runner Coach Touch Rule Myth - Jim Booth
Anytime a coach touches a runner, the runner is out.


Runner Fly Ball Force Out Rule Myth - Jim Booth
It is a force out when a runner is called out for not tagging up on a fly ball.


Runner High Five Rule Myth - Jim Booth
A runner is out if he slaps hands or high-fives other players after a homerun is hit over the fence.


Runner Hit by Ball on Base Rule Myth - Jim Booth
The runner is always safe when hit by a batted ball while touching a base.


Runner Missed Base Appeal Rule Myth - Jim Booth
An appeal on a runner who missed a base cannot be a force out.


Runner Must Slide Rule Myth - Jim Booth
The runner must always slide when the play is close.


Runner No Advance on Infield Fly Rule Myth - Jim Booth
Runners may not advance when an infield fly is called.


Runner No Run on Third Out Rule Myth - Jim Booth
No run can score when a runner is called out for the third out for not tagging up.


Runner No Steal on Foul-Tip Rule Myth - Jim Booth
A runner may not steal on a foul-tip.


Runner Out of the Baseline Rule Myth - Jim Booth
A runner is out if he runs out of the baseline to avoid a fielder who is fielding a batted ball.


Runner Out-of-Play Ball Rule Myth - Jim Booth
The runner gets the base he's going to, plus one on a ball thrown out-of-play.


Runner Reverse Baserunning Rule Myth - Jim Booth
Runners may never run the bases in reverse order.


Runner Right Turn Rule Myth - Jim Booth
The batter-runner must turn to his right after over-running first base.


Runner The Tie Rule Myth - Jim Booth
Tie goes to the runner.



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