Allow the manager to elect the catcher’s interference; place the runner originally on first base at second base and award the batter-runner first base.
Not allow the election on this play because all runners, including the batter-runner, advanced a base.
Allow the translator to come to the mound to interpret the conversation.
Require a coach or manager to accompany the translator to the mound and charge the team with a trip to the pitcher.
No; this is a legal slide. The runner angling his course over the entire route to the base shall not be judged to have changed his pathway.
Yes; the runner should be called for an illegal slide for deviating from his pathway. Call interference and call the batter-runner out for the runner’s actions.
The batter and all runners did not advance a base; return the runner to second base.
No; the batter is at bat with the previous count 1-0.
Yes; the play was allowed to stand. Count the pitch.
Score the runner from third base and place the runner originally on first base to third base as this is the first play by an infielder (pitcher, while off the rubber, and catcher are considered infielders for overthrow rules).
Score the runner from third base and score the runner from originally on first base. The first play by an infielder does not come into play unless the batter becomes a runner.
Any part of his free foot
His entire free foot
Declare the game over as only the batter needed to go to first base and the runner from third touch home.
Call the runner from second out if the defense properly appeals third base.
Not allow the manager to make the switch as the manager’s trip ended when he left the 18-foot circle.
Allow the manager to make the substitutions.
Require the opposing team to name the DH immediately.
The DH is not required to be announced until it is the DH’s turn to bat.