irishmafia wrote:Ya know, I've been explaining (not trying, but actually explaining) how the strike zone is to be called (as the umpires are instructed), but I've found that no matter how precise or accommodating my explaination may be, many just have a certain train of thought and no matter what I say, those folks would rather argue, so screw it, I'm not going to do it any more.
Coach Dale wrote:Per the rule book (cut and paste) and it does not give a different definition for any specific age group. It is supposed to be called the same at ALL age groups:
"THE STRIKE ZONE is that space over home plate, which is between the
batters forward armpit and the top of the knees when the batter assumes a
natural batting stance. Any part of the ball passing through the strike zone
in flight shall be considered a strike; the umpire shall determine the batter’s
strike zone according to the batter’s usual stance"
rdelawder12 wrote:Come On Irishmafia dont give up on us now!
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