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A section of rule 7.09 (k) reads, If a fair ball goes through, or by, an infielder, and touches a runner immediately back of him, or touches the runner after having been deflected by a fielder, the umpire shall not declare the runner out for being touched by a batted ball. In making such decision the umpire must be convinced that the ball passed through, or by, the fielder, and that no other infielder had the chance to make a play on the ball.
It’s easy for an umpire to react instinctively and call a runner out when the runner is hit by a batted ball. But if a runner is hit behind the infielder and no other infielder can make a play, the runner should not be called out because he is not interfering with any infielder making a play. Managers need to be prepared to make this argument in these situations. This can happen if a runner is struck by a batted ball with the infield playing in, or when the first baseman is holding the runner and playing in front of him when the runner is struck by the ball, and it’s assumed the second baseman cannot make a play.
That’s what Yankees manager Joe Torre argued on July 4, 2004, at Shea Stadium, where the New York Mets beat the New York Yankees, 6-5. The Yankees had Jorge Posada on first base with the score tied 5-5 in the top of the eighth when Miguel Cairo hit a ball that went underneath diving first baseman Mike Piazza. The ball struck Posada and he was called out by first-base umpire Eric Cooper. Torre argued that no fielder had a chance to make a play when Posada was hit by the batted ball. But the umps huddled and said that Mets second baseman Ty Wigginton was close enough to make a play and the out stood. The Yankees protested the game, but because the call involved the umpires’ judgment regarding Wigginton’s ability to make a play on the ball, the protest was denied.
That wasn’t the case on April 13, 1998, at Dodger Stadium, where the Dodgers and Houston Astros met. In the bottom of the seventh inning, Todd Zeile was batting with Raul Mondesi on first base. Zeile hit a grounder on a hit-and-run play that struck Mondesi between first and second base. But Mondesi was not called out because first baseman Jeff Bagwell was playing in and second baseman Craig Biggio had no play. Zeile was credited with a single.
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