Did the application of the 3-foot line rule change again? Is it a 3-foot violation now that the batter is hit?
When the batter runs to first base, running inside the foul line is an action intended to obstruct the defender’s throw to first base, so it is declared out for a 3-foot violation. If the pitcher or other defender catches the ball and tries to throw it to first base, the batter runner is running inside the foul line and overlaps the first baseman, which can result in an error trying to throw the ball to the side of the batter. The rule is that the batter must not run inside for that purpose.바카라사이트
The Samsung-KIA match held at the Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 13th was like that. Samsung, which was 0-0, had 2 outs and 1st base in the top of the 3rd inning. The ball hit by Jose Pirella of Samsung rolled toward the first base line, and the pitcher Yang Hyeon-jong, who caught it, turned and threw it to the first base. When KIA coach Kim Jong-guk applied for a video review and watched the replay, Pirella clearly ran inside the line and ran between pitcher Yang Hyeon-jong and first baseman Choi Won-joon, blocking his sight. The ball thrown by Yang Hyeon-jong appeared to have fallen off while avoiding Pirella.
However, the video review center judged it to be safe. The referee explained the reason for the video review center’s decision, saying, “The batter runner ran toward the pair, but it was judged to be a throw miss from the beginning and declared safe.” It was clearly a different result from the 3-foot violation judgment.
The match between Samsung and KIA was held at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 13th. At the beginning of the 3rd inning, Yang Hyeon-jong’s throw to first base missed when he grounded in front of Pirella’s pitcher with 2 out and 1st base, but a video review was conducted for Pirella’s violation of the 3 feed rule. The result was maintained as it was in the centrifuge due to Yang Hyeon-jong’s mistake in throwing. Director Kim Jong-guk is protesting with me. Gwangju = Reporter Jeong Jae-geun firstname.lastname@example.org/2023.7.13/
Coach Kim Jong-guk came out of the dugout and protested to the referees for a while, but it was not accepted, and after the video was reviewed, he was expelled for protesting and had to leave the dugout.
The KBO League referees, who said they would thoroughly check the violation of the previous 3-foot line, showed that in the early days, if they ran inside the line, even if they threw from 3rd base, they would be declared out. Later, when he threw the ball from the first base side, he was only charged with running inside the line.
Looking at the decisions he has made so far, it was right that Pirella’s base run was also declared out. On this day, the broadcaster also said that ‘I didn’t think it would be this long’ when the video reading result came out late. They too judged it to be an out.
If you continue to apply this rule, it means that from now on you will have to throw the ball at a batter running inside the line. Since the ball must not fall sideways from the beginning, it must be thrown in a straight line with the first baseman, so it is only said that a 3-foot violation is recognized only when a batter running inside the line is hit.
The match between Samsung and KIA was held at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 13th. At the beginning of the 3rd inning, Yang Hyeon-jong’s throw to first base missed when he grounded in front of Pirella’s pitcher with 2 out and 1st base, but a video review was conducted for Pirella’s violation of the 3 feed rule. The result was maintained as it was in the centrifuge due to Yang Hyeon-jong’s mistake in throwing. Director Kim Jong-kook is being sent off after protesting with me. Gwangju = Reporter Jeong Jae-geun email@example.com/2023.7.13/
The key to the 3-foot line violation rule is whether you run inside the line for the purpose of interfering with a defender’s throw. Baseball rules state that “when the umpire determines that a batter-runner obstructed a fielder attempting to field a throw to first base by running outside (to the right) of the 3-foot line or inside (to the left) of the foul line while running in the second half of the run between home base and first base. case. However, it does not matter if you run outside the 3-foot line (right) or inside the foul line (left) to avoid fielders handling batted balls.
If you look at the rules, the throw of the fielder is not important, but how the runner ran is the key to judgment.
Again, the 3-foot line is at the center of the controversy. If the results are different even after video reading, it means that the referees are not properly familiar with the application of the rules. The KBO league referees must decide for sure. Video review is to prevent unfair damage, not to create unfair damage.