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Jun 21, 2012 00:36 |  #16

archer1960 wrote in post #14608157 (external link)
I would think this one could have been cropped tighter on the sides, but high enough to get the ump.

Agreed, the correct crop is vertical keeping the umpires head and eliminating all of the distraction of the background on either side of the play.


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Jun 21, 2012 04:10 |  #17

The rule is allegedly, the tie goes to the runner, >however, it depends on the umps angle, how good the first base coach can sell or scream "SAFE", how late in the game it is etc. I am so aware of trying to get the right cropped shot also I might miss to get the next shot showing the umpire, and what the actual call was. Don't beat yourself up about that, it is what we constantly hear, "that shot could have been cropped more or coulda been tighter


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Jun 21, 2012 06:18 |  #18

psurrette wrote in post #14609797 (external link)
Agreed, the correct crop is vertical keeping the umpires head and eliminating all of the distraction of the background on either side of the play.

ok, thanks for the tip. makes sense


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Jun 21, 2012 08:20 as a reply to  @ post 14608157 |  #19

Sheeeee's safe! :D


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Jun 21, 2012 21:59 |  #20

jimmy_beaner wrote in post #14606157 (external link)
Safe. And if they happen simultaneously.... safe!

Actually, no, that's a long ingrained fallacy, and is not a baseball rule. There are no "ties" and rule 7.08 is pretty clear, the runner must beat the ball, period. So if there was truly a tie, it's an out.


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Jun 22, 2012 01:48 |  #21

Rocketdun wrote in post #14610239 (external link)
The rule is allegedly, the tie goes to the runner, >however, it depends on the umps angle, how good the first base coach can sell or scream "SAFE", how late in the game it is etc. I am so aware of trying to get the right cropped shot also I might miss to get the next shot showing the umpire, and what the actual call was. Don't beat yourself up about that, it is what we constantly hear, "that shot could have been cropped more or coulda been tighter

As an umpire myself, I feel the need to correct that; In the case of a tie the runner is out, the runner has to be there before the ball. Base coaches have no positive effect on calls, either, negative effect if anything




  
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Jun 23, 2012 18:18 |  #22

I thought the tie always went to the umpire!

At least that's what they taught us in umpire training. ;-)a


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