Whether you are working NFHS or NCAA games, and especially if you are working both, Rules for Umps: Baseball 2002 is your ultimate resource for all the high school and college rule changes for the upcoming season. More than 88-pages jam-packed with all the essential information for your 2002 season PLUS caseplays, rulings and nterpretations! Chapters in Rules for Umps: Baseball 2002 cover: - NFHS rule changes on appeals, illegal bats, casts, splints and braces and the 10-run rule - NFHS points of emphasis including dugout decorum, pregame conferences, substitutions and inspecting equipment - NCAA rule changes on catch definitions, a stricter balk rule, a new obstruction rule and a revised interference rule - NCAA points of emphasis covering the strike zone, tobacco prohibition, batter's box violations and designated hitters - A flashback look at the 2001 NFHS and NCAA rule changes, as well as coverage of rules regarding baserunners, the infield fly and the designated hitter. Rules for Umps: Baseball 2002 is your primary resource for use throughout your season.Four knowledgeable umpires a Laz Diaz, Rick Reed, Dana DeMuth and Mark Wegner a were working the game. ... Lillya#39;s motion from the windup is legal in pro and NCAA rules and almost legal in NFHS. ... A directive from the NAPBL Umpire Manual to professional umpires reads, aquot;Note that some pitchers assume theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Rules for Umps|
|Publisher||:||Referee Enterprises - 2002-01-01|