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Baseball is not a kicking sport. Why mess with the feet?. Fair/Foul: nothing to do with feet . Out of Play. In Play. Both feet up after leaving in play ground. In Play. Out of Play. Back foot d own and touching in play ground, front foot up and not touching. Buckfield Stadium. Foul.

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Out of Play

In Play

Both feet up after leaving in play ground

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In Play

Out of Play

Back foot down and touching in play ground, front foot up and not touching

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Buckfield Stadium

Foul

Including lines

Foul

Fair

Out of play

Foul

Foul

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Under NFHS rules, a catch can be made as long as one foot (any part of it) is touching live-ball territory. Thus a catch can be made with one foot in live-ball territory and one foot in dead-ball territory or one foot in live-ball territory and one foot in the air. A catch can be made by an airborne fielder as long as one foot left from live-ball territory (2.9.1C Cmt). Jumping on top of a railing or canvas that may be in foul ground is usually prohibited by ground rule

Catch/No catch: is there at least a toe nail touching “in play” ground

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Catch/ No Catch

In play/out of play

Out of Play

Heel up

In Play

Catch/ No catch, no catch if nothing is touching “in play” ground unless air borne as in diving

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Back foot

Out of Play

In Play

Catch, “in play”

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Back foot

Out of Play

In Play

No Catch, “out of play”

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Pitcher’s feet

What position are the in

And is it legal

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Where does foot land on pick off attempt

Does it gain ground

Where does player’s feet need to be at time of pitch

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Batter’s feet –

Minimum of 18 batters all with their own approach

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These players feet are in the dugout, but they want to come out! Can’t come out while ball is alive.

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In play or out of play?

In Play

You really shouldn’t have noticed!

Out of Play

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bat decertification
Bat Decertification

The NFHS has determined this bat is illegal:

MarucciCAT5 33" Bat