Dead ball, illegal pitch, R1 scores, R2 is awarded 2nd and a ball awarded to B3.
Dead ball, no pitch. R1 remains at 3rd and R2 is out for leaving the base early.
Delayed dead ball, illegal pitch, R1 scores, R2 is awarded 2nd and a ball is awarded to B3.
Dead ball. R2 is out for leaving early but R1 is awarded home for the illegal pitch and a ball is awarded to B3.
B1 is out for abandoning her base.
Since she did not enter the dugout, she can still go back to first if not tagged with the ball.
Since she did not enter the dugout, B1 is permitted to take 1st base without jeopardy of being put out.
After a brief stop, B2 may immediately continue on to 2nd base.
After a brief stop, B2 may immediately return to 1st base.
B2 is out for stopping while the ball is in the circle and no play is being made on her.
Since B2 stopped, she may only return to 1st.
Both A & B are correct
#13 is considered a substitute for the pitcher. The pitcher is now out of the game and has one re-entry left.
#13 is the new courtesy runner.
Illegal. 2 different courtesy runners can not be used for the pitcher
Illegal. The courtesy runner may not be replaced with anyone other than the pitcher.
There can't be a fourth out recorded. So the appeal does not change the scoring of R1.
R3 is called out for the 4th out and R1 does not score.
A fourth or fifth out can be recorded but in this case, since R3 was not a force out, R1 would still score.