steve wrote:You might disagree ok,, But pitch properly you can go for the inside the plate if you wish but think about the consequences. If you hit the batter and injure him then you pay the fine and sit out for 15 games. Its like this if you can afford to pay the fine of breaking traffic laws on the road you just go right out and do it. But if you dont want to pay fines then obey the laws. So you cabn still pitch inside but you risk hitting the batter and possibly injure him. So theres a clean proper way to pitch the ball just like theres a proper way to tackle a player in football.
steve wrote:No it wouldnt. Like i said you can still pitch inside but do it properly
steve wrote:Well if they can disapline players in the NFL to get them to play the game right they can do it in Baseball too.
steve wrote:Well if they can discipline players in the NFL to get them to play the game right they can do it in Baseball too.
Football has no extension of items in the quest for tackles. Bodies and the armour that protects them. The armour is attached to the body. If the body goes on way the armour will be attached and follow.
In baseball the bat is not attached but held onto. So to keep it real, if a batter looses his bat he should be fined and suspended. If a pitcher looses control of a pitched ball he should be fined and suspended. If a base runner looses his helmet when running the bases he should be fined and suspended. When an outfielder leaps to catch a ball and his glove comes off he should be fined and suspended. You have to agree to all the above if you believe in what you are stating.
Football is NOT Baseball
Those two things they already do when they strike out or a runner caught stealing. I see it often when player throws his bat and helmet. He should be ejected and fined. But umps do nothing. It even says it in the rulebook
Players get fined for striking out and base runners get fined for caught stealing ??? Who knew.
No im talking about slaming equpment down when they get out. Do that in High School see what ump does to you next.
(d) Each umpire has authority to disqualify any player, coach, manager or substitute for objecting to decisions or for unsportsmanlike conduct or language, and to eject such disqualified person from the playing field. If an umpire disqualifies a player while a play is in progress, the disqualification shall not take effect until no further action is possible in that play.
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