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Little League Umpire Test 7

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Little League Umpire Test 7
LLHQ Umpire Exam from the Umpire School, Williamsport

  
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1.  61) The center fielder fires the ball from center field in an attempt to get the runner trying to make it to third on the base hit. The ball sails and ends up in the parking lot. At the time of the throw the lead runner was between second and third and the batter-runner was between home and first base.  The runners by rule are placed at second and third (Rule 7.05(g))
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2.  62) To make a call of obstruction there must be contact between the defensive player and the offensive player before the umpire can rule that there was obstruction on the defense. (Rule 7.06)
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3.  63) The batter strokes a ball deep to the outfield and in running the bases has to change running direction to avoid a collision with the shortstop. In the umpire’s judgment the runner would have made it to third base had there been no change of direction. The ball reaches third base ahead of the runner. By rule the umpire calls “Time” identifies the obstruction on the shortstop and awards the runner third base. (Rule 7.06(b))
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4.  64) In running the bases the runner rounds third base on the way to home, but while rounding third gets 10 feet from the foul line on the way to home. By rule the umpire calls the runner out for being out of the baseline. (Rule 7.08(a)(1))
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5.  65) With a runner on third base the batter lofts a high fly ball to left field. The runner tags and starts home, the throw beats the runner by a mile. The runner now is in a rundown between third and home. At the last moment the runner dives headfirst into home. The umpire calls the runner safe. (Rule 7.08(a)(4))
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6.  66) The second baseman takes the strong and accurate throw from the right fielder and is waiting for the runner to come into second base. The runner seeing that he/she is a dead duck barrels into the second baseman and knocks the ball loose. The umpire calls safe. (Rule 7.08(a)(3))
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7.  67) Runner on first base and the batter lofts a fly ball to the right fielder. The runner on first advances only a few steps off first watching to see if the ball is caught. The batter-runner passes the lead runner also watching to see if the ball is caught; the ball is dropped and the lead runner hustles to third base and the batter-runner ends up at second base. The umpire calls “Time” and calls the runner at third out for allowing the batter-runner to pass. (Rule 7.08(h))
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8.  68) The lead runner is coming screaming into third base. Seeing the third base coach giving the run sign the runner has it in overdrive. At the last second the third base coach thinking the runner will be thrown out at home puts out his/her arms and grabs hold of the runner to stop him/her.  By rule the umpire should call the runner at third out for interference by a base coach. (Rule 7.09(i))
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9.  69) With the winning run on third base and one out the batter hits a fly ball to shallow center field.  Knowing the ball is not deep enough to score the run, the third base coach takes off on the catch and runs down the third baseline to draw the throw. The umpire calls the runner out for interference by the third base coach. (Rule 7.09(j))
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10.  70) The batter bunts the ball in front of home plate and busts down the first baseline. The batter-runner is running on the inside of the foul line approximately 40 feet from first base when the catcher’s throw hits him/her in the back. The umpire should call the runner out for interfering with the first baseman taking the throw. (Rule 7.09(k))
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