Can a player re-enter an MLB game in his same position after he is substituted?
No. Once a player has been substituted for, he cannot re-enter the game under any circumstances.
When a player has been substituted, he cannot be placed back in the game. The only time a player can stay in the game is if he is moved to another fielding position. The moment he is removed from the batting lineup, he is removed from the game. In the American League, the pitcher is not in the batting lineup, but the moment he is substituted on the mound he is out of the game.
In fastpitch softball, any player removed from the game and substituted by another player is allowed on re-entry. Some sanctioning bodies also allow for a courtesy runner for the pitcher and the catcher. Using a courtesy runner does not follow the substitution rule. In baseball, any player removed from the game is out. Period. No re-entry allowed.
A player can start, then be taken out, and then reenter the game once. Example: Player #5 starts Player #6 enters and #5 leaves the game Player #5 may reenter, but only for player #6 This pertains to batting only. The new DP/Flex rule allows the coach to have ten players that he or she may rotate around the field without making any substitutions, but only have nine bat in the order.
If you bat the Roster and a starting position player gets hurt and you replace her position with a batter in the tenth spot is the girl who got hurt and is now out of the game an out in the order?
If the designated hitter enters the game as a position player what happens to his spot in the batting order?
In soccer if a player is subsituated off in a game can they be subsituated back on during the same game?
According to the laws of the game, no. Once substituted for, that player may not retake the field. The laws also specify a limit of 3 substitutions per team per match. Most youth and amateur leagues have modified the laws to allow for more or unlimited substitutions and the ability for a player to retake the field after coming out.
On defense, a courtesy runner can sub for any position they want the next half inning thy play (if the coach wants) or just come out of the game. They can't, however, sub in again as a courtesy runner, and if taken out of the game from pinch running (not DH or playing a defensive position) they can't come back into the game.
It depends on where you are in the inning, what is wrong with the player you are taking out, and what position the person going in plays. You can switch pitchers at any time in the game, just by calling Time-Out. For the most part, you can switch players at any position if your coach signals the umpire.
If a team has all its pitchers ejected in a game, a position player will have to take the mound, assuming they have enough position players left to finish a game. Generally speaking, catchers have the strongest, most accurate arms of the position players, so I would assume the backup catcher would come in and finish the game to the best of his ability. If a team is unable to put at least 8 players…
Play time for each player depends on the skill and position. If you are referring to the NFL or college football, players that start play usually only one position. Anywhere from High School and below, many players play several positions. To answer your question, the average football player will play around two quarters, or 30 minutes of actual game time, depending on the game, skill level and age.
How can it be allowed for an American League infielder start at 2nd base and then be taken off his infield position to pitch at the top of the 9th and then bat 2nd at the bottom of the 9th?
In either league, a player is allowed to be moved to any position at any time during the game. They cannot be moved to another position more than once in an inning. Therefore it is possible for one player to play all 9 positions in one game. As we know, the designated hitter's job is to bat for the pitcher. There are two problems here, though: 1) The designated hitter already has a spot in…
Can a starting pitcher complete 1 inning then move to another position on the field for 1 inning and then return to the pitching position the following inning?
It likely refers to the popular strategy where one player plays a position in the front row then is subbed by a better back row player until that "position" gets rotated to the front row again. PVS might refer to the fact that once a player subs for another player, that spot in the rotation is the only one she can play in for the remainder of that game. Volleyball requires that each player is…
To be a recognized basketball player, you should be good in your position cos there's no player in history who is good in every position. You should also be a good leader to your team mates and a good athlete example to the fans. You should have the guts, skills and talent to bring your team to championships and most of all, you should love the game of basketball because if you don't, you won't…
A game of chess is won when a player cannot make a move to prevent their king being captured in the next turn. In this way the position is called "checkmate". Another way to win a game of chess is through resignation, or, if the game is timed, then a player may win if his opponent's clock reaches zero.