2016 IHSAA Baseball Exam

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1 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam A fielder will be considered to have caught a ball in flight when: He has secured the ball in his cap. He has the ball in his glove for two steps before accidentally dropping the ball. He has secured possession in foul ground and then steps with both feet into his dugout. The batted ball in flight caromed off a runner and was secured by the fielder before touching the ground A foul tip is a batted ball that goes directly to the catcher's hands and: Is legally caught by any infielder. Is a strike and the ball is in play. Is legally caught by only the catcher. Both B and C A starting player, who has been removed from the game once, accidentally re-enters in the wrong position in the batting order. He is considered to be: The head coach of Team A wants to put a player from Team B on In order to give the batter an intentional base on balls: A legal substitute. must pitch four "balls" to the batter. An unreported substitute. The head coach may request the umpire to award the batter first base on any ball-and-strike count. An illegal substitute. The request may only be made before pitching to the batter. Batting out of order b Only the catcher or pitcher may ask that the batter be awarded first ---- A coach who is not in the uniform of the team: Is allowed to coach on the field. Is not allowed to be on the field or in the dugout. Is technically ejected following the plate conference. Is restricted to the bench/dugout A written warning must always be given prior to an ejection. True. Whether False. If the the action is violation is judged to be major, an minor or major, ejection may a written be made warning must without a prior always be written given on the warning. first violation by a coach. ----f. Penalty

2 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam 7 With a base runner on first and following an attempted steal, the assistant coach for Team A who is coaching first, leaves the coaching box and charges onto the field to talk to the base umpire in a twoperson crew, arguing that the runner was safe on the steal attempt. Restrict only Restrict the Both B and C. the assistant assistant coach to the coach and the dugout for the head coach to remainder of the dugout for that contest. the remainder of that contest. If the assistant's actions are severe, he may be ejected and the head coach is still restricted for the balance of the game. ----f-6 Penalty 8 An assistant coach leaves his dugout to loudly argue a call by the umpire on a play at the plate. The assistant coach and the head coach shall be immediately ejected. The assistant coach and the head coach shall both be restricted to the dugout for the duration of the game. If the Both B and C. assistant's actions are severe, he may be ejected and the head coach is still restricted for the balance of the game. ----f-6 Penalty 9 0 Jones, the starting pitcher for the home team, feels a pull in his elbow during his warm-up throws, and is not able to face the first batter of the game. The visiting team has used one of its three defensive-charged conferences when the game enters the eighth inning. It now has available for use: Jones is out for the duration of the game and cannot return at any Two charged conferences. A coach who has received a written warning shall also be restricted to the bench/dugout for the remainder of the game. The assistant coach who is occupying the first-base coaching box is The assistant irate over an "out" call on a steal at second The assistant coach coach is goes to the area around second base and, while arguing the call, kicks ejected for dirt on the base umpire. kicking dirt. No written warning is needed. The catcher comes to his position wearing a skull cap and an unattached mask. Unless the opposing team complains, the plate umpire should not have an issue. Jones may return to pitch later in the game if his coach feels he is able to do so. Three charged conferences. The head coach is restricted to the bench for the remainder of the game. This is legal. Both pieces of equipment are fine. Jones may later return to play another position, but he may not pitch. One charged conference. No one is ejected or restricted to the bench. A written warning must first be given. This is illegal. The catcher must wear a helmet mask combination that meets the NOCSAE standard. Jones must face the first batter. If he cannot pitch, he must intentionally walk the batter. No conferences are allowed in extra innings. Both A and B. The catcher and the head coach shall be ejected Penalty f Penalty ----f6; ----q, Penalties ----; ----b Penalty

3 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam 6 7 The head coach has been complaining about the officiating for most of the game. Finally, in the sixth inning, the base umpire has had enough and ejects the coach. Is this legal? With no lights on its field, the home team wants to play a doubleheader but is concerned about losing sunlight. It proposes that they play a doubleheader with both games being only five innings. Defensive malicious contact causes the ball to be: With runners on second and third, the pitcher intentionally drops a fair bunt in flight. True, a coach may ejected at any time for any violation of This is permissible. Immediately dead. The ball remains live and in play. False, unless the verbal complaining was major enough to warrant an ejection at the time of the ejection, a written warning must first be given. This is not legal. Two seven-inning games shall constitute a doubleheader. Delayed dead. The ball becomes dead immediately. It is a delayed dead ball. ----f Penalty ----b ----m ----j 8 9 A pitcher may assume the wind-up position when: From the set position, if a pitcher wants to change to the wind-up position, he must first: His hands are together in front of his body. Lift his pivot in a step backward off the pitcher's plate which must be in or partially within the -inch length of the pitcher's plate. His hands are at his side. Call "Time". Either hand is in front of his body and the other hand is at his side. Break his hands and put both hands to his side. All of the above. B or C , after having made his stretch and with his hands together, turns his shoulders to check the runner at first move. This is a balk. Provided no one was deceived, it is a legal move. If the pitcher turns his shoulders after becoming set every time with a runner on first base, it is legal

4 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam The pitching regulations begin when: With runners on base, the pitcher drops the ball during delivery: R on first base attempts to steal second base and is about halfway to second when B swings and misses the pitch for strike three. B's follow through strikes the catcher causing him to drop the ball. The batter The catcher steps into the gives a "sign" batter's box. to the pitcher. It is an immediate balk. Since B did not intentionally cause his bat to hit F, there is no interference. intentionally contacts the pitcher's plate. It is declared If the ball immediately to crosses the be a "no-pitch". foul line it shall be declared a ball. B is guilty of interference. R is declared out and B continues to bat. B is guilty of interference. B is declared out and R is returned to first It is umpire judgment as to when the pitching regulations are in force. If the ball comes to rest on the plate, it shall be declared to be a strike. B is guilty of interference. Since the pitch was a third strike and B's interference prevented a possible double play, both B and R are Penalty 6 The batter swings and misses the pitch and the pitch hits him on the hand. With a runner from second base stealing third, the batter interferes with the catcher attempting to throw to third. The attempt to put out the runner at third is not successful. The runner and batter-runner are both between first and second bases when the left fielder throws the ball into third The ball gets past the third baseman and rolls into the dugout. This is a hit batter, award the batter first The batter is out and the returned to second Both runners are awarded third Since they cannot both occupy third, the lead runner is awarded home. Charge a strike to the batter. The out and the batter continues his time at bat. The lead awarded second and the batter-runner must remain at first. Both the runner and batter are out. Both the runner and batter-runner are awarded home. Neither the runner nor the batter are out. The simply returned to second The lead awarded third and the batterrunner is awarded second b Penalty 8----c 7 The standing on second base when a line drive hits him. The second baseman was playing in front of him and did not contact the ball. The shortstop was behind second base in position to catch the line drive. The ball is dead and the batter is out. The ball remains in play since the second baseman had a play. The ball remains in play since a base protects the runner. The ball is dead and the out since the shortstop had a play on the ball k

5 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam With a runner on first base, the batter hits a ground ball to the second baseman. The second baseman attempts to tag the runner advancing from first, but misses him. The second baseman then throws to first base but sails the ball over the fence and out of play. With runners on second and third and one out, the batter hits a deep fly ball to centerfield which is caught. The runner at third legally tags on the play and touches home. The runner at second leaves the base early and the throw beats him to the base, but after the runner had scored. A coach may challenge a judgement call by an umpire and demand that the umpire confer with his partner. Following a home run, a pitch has been thrown to the next batter, when the catcher goes and picks up the bat used by the previous batter which was lying a few yards away. He hands it to the plate umpire showing him that the bat rattles. Two bases Two bases Two bases One from their from the time from the time positions at the of the throw. the ball time of the became dead. pitch. The run will count. This is a "timing" play. The home run will be negated and the previous batter will be The run will not count. This is a force out for the third out. The home run will be negated and the previous batter will be returned to bat. Unless the umpire knows that the bat previously rattled, he must assume that the bat became illegal because of the contact with the pitch. The home run will count and the bat will be removed from the game. The home run will be negated and both the previous batter and the current batter will be i; (a)(); ----b; 7--- A batter who has received a base on balls may be first granted "Time" before he goes to first If an outfielder attempts to make a catch of a fair fly ball, it cannot be ruled to be an infield fly. The following statement on obstruction is false: The ball is delayed dead. The act must be intentional and only physical. Occurs when a fielder WITHOUT possession of the ball denies access to the base the attempting to achieve. Is declared when a fielder without the ball simulates a tag on a runner ,, An illegal slide occurs when: The runner slides head first. The runner, on The runner a force play, goes beyond slides in a the base and direction away alters the play from the fielder of the fielder. making the play at the Slides feet first with one leg and buttock on the ground. ----,

6 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam 6 7 A player who was removed from the game for exhibiting signs and symptoms consistent with a concussion: An offensive conference will be charged when: May never May not return return to play to play in that that day. specific game. A coach meets Time is with his base granted for an runner after obviously the opposing injured player. coach has been granted a conference to talk with his pitcher. May return to play if the umpire receives written clearance by an appropriate health-care professional. An assistant coach is granted time to confer with the base runner on first May return to play without being cleared if he has sat for an inning All of the above. ----; A defensive conference, held at the pitcher's mound, is concluded when: The ball remains live and in play when the umpire gives the "do not pitch" signal. A pitcher may turn his shoulders to check runners while in contact with the pitcher's plate and in the: The coach leaves the dirt area of the mound. Windup The infielders leave to go to their positions. A minute has elapsed. The coach crosses the foul line. Set Both A & B. Neither A nor B. It is always illegal for a pitcher to turn his shoulders to check a runner h The pitching regulations start when the pitcher takes his sign from the catcher. In the windup position, the pitcher pauses for several seconds with both hands together above his head. With runners on first and third, the pitcher legally feints a pick-off attempt to third base and then legally turns and successfully picks off the runner at first move. This is legal provided the pause was complete and discernible. This would be legal had he stopped with hands together at or below his chin. This is illegal. After he starts his movement to pitch, he must continue his motion without interruption or alteration. Both A & B

7 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam An improper batter is discovered at bat with a count of -. Only the The improper The proper The improper defense can batter shall be batter will batter shall be appeal or declared out replace the declared out discover the and the proper improper batter and restricted infraction. batter will with a - to the bench. come to bat. count A batter may leave the batter's box with no penalty when: With the runner from first attempting to steal second base, the batter swings and misses the pitch for strike two. His follow-through contacts the catcher and causes him to drop the ball on his attempted throw. attempts a pickoff. The batter is declared out and the runner is returned to first. Time is granted to either team. The declared out and the batter continues his at-bat. The catcher leaves the catcher's box to give defensive signals. Both the runner and batter are All of the above. Since there was no intent to interfere, time is called and the runner is returned to first The batter continues his at-bat with warning c Penalty 7 If a runner misses a base and is on or beyond a succeeding base when the ball becomes dead: He may legally return to touch the missed base provided he does so immediately. The defense must wait until the ball is made live to appeal. He cannot He will be legally return to declared out the missed immediately by base and is the umpire. subject to being declared out upon proper appeal If a successful appeal of a runner leaving a base too soon is the third out of the inning, all runs that scored in advance of the appealed runner and scored prior to the appeal will count. Attempting to return to first base when a deep fly ball was caught, the runner, retracing his steps, failed to touch second The throw from the outfield, attempting to double the returning runner at first base, goes into the dugout. For missing second base on the return, the runner cannot now legally touch second base since he was standing on first base when the ball became dead. Because the runner failed to touch second base on his return, he will not be awarded third base due to the overthrow into the dugout. If the runner correctly touches second base as he is advancing to third base on the award, his touching second base corrected his previous infraction of missing the base while returning. The umpire should eject the runner for making a travesty of the game by missing the base as he returned h l

8 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam If two runners are on the same base at the same time in a non-force situation, and both are tagged: The attempting to score when the catcher, without the ball, blocks home plate allowing the runner no access. The runner maliciously runs over the catcher attempting to score. The umpire will: Both runners Neither runner are out. is out. Declare the runner out and eject him. Score the runner on the obstruction by the catcher and then eject him. The barrel of a bat shall be: Round. Cylindrically symmetric. A bat would be considered legal for the game: If it had a If it only had a BBCOR BESR certification certification mark. mark. Even if they are unaltered from the manufacturer's original design, knee and ankle braces must be padded with closed-cell slow-recovery foam padding no less than /" thick. A batted ball is judged to be fair when the ball: If the player for whom the Designated Hitter is batting subsequently bats: If a pitch or a thrown ball touches an umpire: What conditions must be met for a dead ball to be made live? Lands on fair ground after touching a player who was over foul ground. The role of the Designated Hitter is terminated. The ball is delayed dead. has engaged the pitcher's plate while holding the ball in a legal pitching First falls on foul ground past third base, but settles on fair territory. The Designated Hitter may no longer participate in the game. The ball is immediately dead. The batter and catcher are in their respective boxes. The preceding Return the runner to third Of smooth contour. If the temperature of the bat had been artificially controlled. Touches first, second, or third The succeeding Eject the catcher for obstructing the runner. All of the above. If it had been altered from the manufacturer's original design and production. As a ground ball touches a bat resting on foul ground and rebounds into fair territory. The The Designated Designated Hitter may reenter the game return to play Hitter may and Designate on defense for hit for another another player player. in a different batting Umpire obstruction is enforced. The umpire calls "Play" and gives the appropriate signal a 8----(e)(); ----m Penalty ----(b) ----d e; --6--c ---- The ball is live and in play All of the above. ----

9 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam 9 Catcher's obstruction is ignored: It is never ignored and the penalty must be enforced. The penalty is ignored if the batter-runner reaches first base and all other runners advance at least one 8----e 60 If the penalty for catcher's obstruction on a batter is enforced: The BATTER shall be awarded first Runners attempting to advance shall be awarded the base attempted. Runners not All of the attempting to above. advance will be returned to the base occupied at the time of the pitch, unless forced to advance because of batter's award of first 8----e() 6 Two bases are awarded to runners when: A throw becomes lodged in an umpire's uniform. A fair ball hits a foul pole in flight that is beyond the fence. commits a balk. attempts a throw from his pitching position on the pitcher's plate c 6 Because of the amount of exposure to thrown and batted balls, the catcher is required to wear: Skull cap Head (does not cover the ears), a mask with throat protector, body protector, protective cup and baseball protective shin guards. protector, a mask with a throat protector that meets the NOCSAE standard, body protector, protective cup (male only) and baseball protective shin guards. Either of these options is legal. ----; A batter with a count of - sees his teammate picked off first base for the third out of the inning. His time at-bat is considered to be complete. The next batter will start off the next half-inning. A coach who is restricted to the bench may not coach or address his players or runners

10 06 IHSAA Baseball Exam A coach, restricted to the bench for the balance of the game, may: With the bases loaded, F steps on the pitcher's plate in the windup position with the ball in his glove hand in front of his body and his pitching hand at his side. F then brings his pitching hand to his glove and adjusts the ball after receiving the sign from the catcher. He then delivers the pitch to the plate. This is a balk, since he brought is pitching hand into his glove. places his entire pivot foot in contact with the pitching plate and his entire non-pivot foot in front of a line extending through the front edge of the pitching plate. Not have a charged conference with his team at any time. This is an illegal pitching With R at third base and R at first, F comes to a complete stop with his glove partially above his chin. This is legal. Before the delivery, the pitcher shall stand with his entire non-pivot foot This is an in front of a line extending through the front edge of the pitcher's plate illegal pitching and with his entire pivot foot in contact with or directly in front of and parallel to the pitcher's plate. places his pivot foot on the pitching plate with the toe of the This is an pivot foot in front of a line through the front edge of the plate and the illegal pitching toe heel of his pivot foot behind the back edge. His non-pivot foot is on and partially behind a line extending through the front edge of the pitching plate. The batter's follow through from his swing contacts the catcher as R was standing on first base, making no attempt to advance. Interference should be declared on the batter. A batted or thrown ball is in flight until it has touched the ground or some object other than a fielder. A thrown ball touches a tripod that is partially in the designated media area creates an immediate dead ball. Have a charged conference on the field of play, just as he could before he was restricted. wind-up wind-up wind-up Have a charged conference only when the other team has been granted one. May have a charged conferenceoffense or defense- in the dugout/bench area set set set ; ALL ANSWERS ACCEPTED c Penalty l 7 When malicious contact occurs, the ball is dead immediately. ----m 7 Caps and shoes are required equipment for defensive players. ----

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