What should the runner on first do? There is a runner on first with no outs. The batter hits a fly ball through the air toward the right fielder.
A. Because he is forced, he should run to second base as soon as he sees the ball was HIT. If he thinks he can get to third base, he should keep going. B. He should go half way to second base and watch and listen to decide if the ball will be caught. C. He should stay on first base. Little League right fielders almost always catch fly balls.