US in WW2
Baseball Rules and Regulations
What would the final score be if a team is down by one and has a player hit a ground rule double in the bottom of the ninth with the bases loaded?
Asked in Football Rules and Regulations
Is a player considered down when his elbow touches the ground?
What is Ground rule double?
A ground rule double is when a batted ball is ruled fair by the umpires and the ball bounces and goes over or is touched by a player and goes over an outfield wall. In this case, the umpires rule that the batter will be awarded a double. Answer When the ball hits the ground in fair territory, then bounces over the wall. It cannot be a homerun, and the fielder cannot get to the ball, so it is a "Ground Rule Double"- the runner goes to second base, and all base runners can advance two bases. Correction. What is described above is actually an example of an Automatic Double. People who do not know the rules of baseball have mistakenly called this a ground rule double. A ground rule double would be an award of a double that only applies to a specific ball park based on that park's quirky field. Currently there is no park in the MLB that has a ground rule double.
Is a baseball player credited with a RBI if he is walked with bases loaded?
Asked in Football - Soccer, Shoes
What is the difference between soccer shoes and soccer cleats?
Asked in Baseball Rules and Regulations
Is it a home run if the defensive player picks up a ground rule double?
No, a ground rule double is ruled by an umpire, and once it is ruled, then it is a double. You may have a case where a ball gets stuck under the padding on the outfield wall, or stuck in the ivy at Wrigley Field, where the fielder will put his hands up asking for a ground rule double. In this case if the umpire does not rule immediately base runners will continue running, when the batter reaches home, the umpire will go out and determine if in fact it is a ground rule double if the ball is actually lost in the ivy of Wrigley Field, or at other ball parks, if the ball is actually stuck under the wall padding. It is up to the umpire at that time to decide if it is a home run or a ground rule double. However, most ground rule doubles involve a ball that is fair and bounces into the stands, if this happens, it cannot be a home run in anyway
What is a double double in nba?
Asked in Basketball, Chicago Bulls, Basketball History
Who is the first player to achieve a quadruple double Who is he?
Asked in Games
How do you find the mini sackboy in Little Big Planet?
Elephant temple. In the 2x player area. 1 player on the top, 1 player on bottom. The player on top pulls the switch to the RIGHT, the player on bottom jumps on the platform in the middle. Top player pulls switch to LEFT. Bottom player jumps on last platform then, jump to the right. The mini sackboy is yours. but don't worry, the TOP player gets prizes too! Bottom= Mini sackboy. Top=No-sleeved shirt.
Asked in Basketball
What does a double double mean in basketball?
That means a player has gotten 10 or more in two statistical categories. If a player scores 21 points and grabs 13 rebounds, it is called a double double. If a player grabs 12 rebounds and gets 11 assists, it is called a double double. Furthermore, if a player gets 10 or more in three statistical categories, it is called a triple double. If a player scores 18 points, grabs 11 rebounds, and gets 10 assists it is called a triple double.