Hook Slides


Richard T Elmer from Port Angeles, WA asks:

On a hook slide does the player have to stay in the boundary lines on third base.

When a runner slides into a base in attempt to break up a play he must be able to touch the base from his slide. If he is not and this affected a potential double play he will be out along with the runner who was about to also be put out.

Answered by: Jonathan Bravo
Keywords: Runners

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