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Currently*, there's nothing special about intentional base-on-balls in the MLB rules, except for noting that catchers must stand in the catcher's box during them or a balk is called (4. 03a,8. 05j), and a few rules about official scoring
Not this question again! It gets asked a lot, you know. Okay, technically, fighting isn't allowed; the players involved will get five minutes in the penalty box for dropping the gloves and sometime more. But fighting rarely gets one ejected from a ga
A team can score points by: - Making a touchdown by running the ball or passing the ball into the opponents end zone. A total of 6 points is awarded for a touchdown. o After a touchdown the scoring team then attempts a try
While holding a high defensive line can be an effective tactic, it can also be exploited. A high defensive line leaves a lot of open space behind the defense for an attacking team to exploit. In order to take advantage of this space, the attacking te
Same way you get to Carnegie hall - practice, practice, practice. First of all, not everyone can become an NFL official. They start at low ranks and work their way up
In my recent question, I received the answer to whether a 1-point penalty was actually applied in official rules. Philip Kendall provided that it was considered impolite conduct and the offending team could lose service and be deducted a point. That
As an umpire for cricket you are responsible for the calling of many intricate rules of the game. Cricket is a sport that is played around the world, in several different countries. Each country or territory may have different sets of training proces
In football, the referee and assistant referees are considered to be part of the field, just like the corner flags, crossbars and goalposts. In the case of the ball hitting the referee, there are two passages that support play continuing. On page 33
In my recent question, I received the answer to whether a 1-point penalty was actually applied in official rules. Philip Kendall provided that it was considered impolite conduct and the offending team could lose service and be deducted a point. That