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#1 Mike_Hirschman

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 02:11 AM

Sent a note up to The Hill last night... seems the Hybrid Wind-up Position is becoming a sticky issue in NCAA this year.

 

Hoping that they will be proactive towards it since the movement has been to enforce things in a similar manner to FED. Apparently FED and NCAA are on the same page on this. 

 

Anyone have thoughts? 

 

Page 14: https://ncaabaseball...CAA_BS_2014.pdf



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Posted 24 January 2018 - 03:48 PM

Sent a note up to The Hill last night... seems the Hybrid Wind-up Position is becoming a sticky issue in NCAA this year.

 

Hoping that they will be proactive towards it since the movement has been to enforce things in a similar manner to FED. Apparently FED and NCAA are on the same page on this. 

 

Anyone have thoughts? 

 

Page 14: https://ncaabaseball...CAA_BS_2014.pdf

 

NCAA and FED are overthinking the solution.  Simple. Assume windup unless the pitcher's foot position says "set". Then just follow the rules for that position.

 

BTW - Hybrid "wind-up"  answers the question :)


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#3 rsnyder6

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 01:55 AM

This was a problem for us back in 2014. I understand the point, but the solution is worse than the problem. We had different umpires interpreting it differently. (Not in LL.) One said our pitcher could not pitch from the left side of the rubber with his left foot even with but off of the mound. A couple of the new guys were pains about it, the experienced ones were fine with not letting it get in the way.



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