August 10, 2022

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Four outs per inning? It was a surprise to the citizens, too.

Four outs per inning?  It was a surprise to the citizens, too.
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Nationals Baseball 2022: Come see the players who might contribute in the future. Stay in a state of complete confusion.

Here are some of the things that happened on a wonderful Wednesday afternoon in Nationals Park: One Washington Nationals runner tried to make a mark at third base with two outs – and nearly overtaken by another runner at the base, he started the play in second but was sent home. Pittsburgh Pirates quarterback Brian Reynolds hit three barriers. The Nats and Pirates had six double plays – none in the regular 6-4-3 or 4-6-3 formats.

Oh, and Nats lost, 8-7at least in part because the pirates scored a run in a double play on which the third was logged out – and the citizens didn’t take the time to score the fourth Outside.

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“I don’t know how to say this very well,” said manager Dave Martinez. “What about that?”

“This is the first time I’ve been in the field for something like this,” said Governor Mark Wegner, series chief of staff.

Neither the citizens nor the pirates are going anywhere, even as the long summer goes on. But on a given day, what can happen on the field? Who the heck can say?

“Live and learn,” said Josh Bell, the first policeman on the Nationals team. “I’m sure people will be talking about this for a long time.”

I’ve never heard of Official Baseball Rule 5.09(c) (4)? Join the club. appeared on Wednesday. If you have no use for esoteric baseball details, turn the page and take the pills. If you like that kind of thing, pull up a chair.

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In the fifth inning of a tie match, the Pirates had riders in second and third by one margin. Ke’Bryan Hayes hit a soft liner to Bell, who grabbed her before she hit the grass. The two Buccaneers – Jack Swinsky in third and Howe Park in second – rushed to advance unmarked, apparently thinking the ball rebounded before Bell caught it a second time. Bill saw Suwinski returning home and third baseman Ehire Adrianza still guarding his spot.

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“No one was putting up markers,” Bell said. “I threw it to Adrianza there. It was brutal because he makes a mark [and] third touches. It was one of those scenarios where we didn’t think we had to do anything else.”

why are they You have to do anything else? Bell threw across the diamond, and Adrianza easily flagged Park. Count them. This is one, two, three limbs. The alphabet consists of 26 letters. Heinz has 57 species. There are three teams in the inning.

What, now you’re going to tell me there 51 States?

Buccaneers manager Derek Shelton originally came to argue that Bale had not caught the ball in the air. But when Wegner gathered his crew, they thought of something else: The third exit wasn’t a play by force, so it became a “timed” play. The important part: the Park Adrianza sign came after, after Suwinski had crossed the home plate. So Suwinski’s run counts. The tie game turned Pittsburgh 4-3 ahead.

“They came and said, ‘Well, because of playing the game at third base, it’s going to be double play, running scores,'” Shelton said. “And then, once from there, it turned into a different conversation.”

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Hot, sometimes. The Nationals are last in the Eastern National League and will likely end there. Their season is all about figuring out which pieces will help them in the future and what pieces they can exchange for more of that future help.

But every day they show up on the field, they want to win.

“It smells bad,” Bell said. “Especially if you lose this game by someone.”

Next, Martinez – whose club won six out of eight and cleaned it mostly Embarrassing baseball brand Played for the season opener – he was still angry.

“I felt like we did everything right,” Martinez said. “We caught the ball. He threw it. He marked the runner and the base. They said he didn’t touch the base.”

More mystery here. Adrianza’s lonely thought: “Tag the hostility And the “Tag the base,” he said. But Wegner’s interpretation is that it doesn’t matter whether third base referee Jeremy Rehak saw Adrianza touch the base.

“At this point, if the third base officer wants to say, ‘I want to appeal that the player who just scored a third off the left early,’ we call what’s called a ‘fourth out,’ and then he can step on the base that’s,” he said. Wegner. “But it must be something of the intentional kind. You can’t just accidentally step on the base.”

Wegner read directly from the rulebook where he explained this: If defensive players want to appeal for that fourth position, “they have to do so before the defensive team leaves the field, that is, when the bowler and all attackers leave fair ground on their way to the bench or club.”

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Play baseball for a lifetime, keeping in mind the instinct of thinking “There are three teams, but should I follow a fourth?” It might evaporate sometime in a year or two after the T ball. The reaction in the citizens’ lair?

“It was a pandemonium,” Bell said. “There was a lot of confusion about not being able to leave the field and then come back and make the third touch, which we actually did. I think it’s a learning point for a lot of baseball fans and baseball players.”

Among the press box’s explanations – given by top scorer Jason Lee over several rounds – are the following:

“Ke’Bryan Hayes gets an RBI because there’s nothing stopping him from getting an RBI.”

So there you have it. strange day.

Oh, and then just off the top of the fifth, it was modified like a cherry on top: a ball hit by Washington’s Nelson Cruz that Park couldn’t scale at second base was changed from a Park foul to a hit by Cruz. Throughout the afternoon, there seemed to be nothing.

“Hey, make up your mind!” A fan shouted from the upper deck. “You messed up my gradebook!”

On a mind-ridden afternoon, that fan’s score book wasn’t the only mess. For one day and one turn, the team was required to score four times in an inning – and lost because of it. What’s Next?