It's not that A-Rod (that Yankee who swatted the ball) was cheating. He was trying to get on base anyway he could because it was an important situation. He wasn't ejected because nobody was injured or threatened. It is simply called an "interference" play and that is why he was called out and Jeter had to return to where he started.
Specific punishments are laid out in the rulebook for incidents of breaking the rules. What Rodriguez did was against the rules, and he suffered the proscribed punishment: he was called out and the other runner (Jeter) had to return to his base. Although I disapprove of him and think what he did was classless, I don't think it was actually cheating. Cheating is trying to do something that's against the rules to secretly get an unfair advantage, like corking your bat or hiding sandpaper in your glove. What Rodriguez was doing was breaking the rules out in the open and hoping the umpire would make the wrong call--like a fielder trapping the ball against the ground and pretending he caught it cleanly.
The play talked about above was not "cheating", it was just an act that is against the rules, which resulted in an out, much like a batted ball hitting a runner. The problem with what Rodriguez did is that he clearly made a swatting motion at the the players glove to knock the ball out, which as mentioned is against the rules, but more damaging to him is it is a played considered by fellow ball players to be completely tasteless and only done by a player with no class. It would be similar to a pitcher throwing a "retaliation" pitch at a batters head. Nothing in the rules states throwing a players head is any different then throwing at his legs, but it is an unwritten rule of Baseball that you just don't intentionally throw at someones head intentionally, and only someone with no taste or class does that. (I am not referring to "chin music", as that is a lost art in the game due to the umpires ejecting pitchers)
push "Eject" push "Eject"
If a cd player does not eject check and see if a object has been stuck in it. If not the player probably is broken and needs a specialist to look at it.
Press eject button
If your Samsung DVD player tends to eject the DVD when you put it in, this suggests some sort of damage either to the player or the disk. The lens on the player may be dirty or the disc may be scratched.
You need to press the 'eject' button in order to do this. You need to make sure your car is on before you can do this.
Press the eject button.
incase there is a problem with the DVD or player
Push the load/eject button then then number that you want to load or eject and put it in
if you r using real player,just open it and press ctrl+j,,it may work..
Eject your CD.
Keep on trying to eject it out with remote or manually on the unit. When it does eject the tray out. Always leave a disk inside the tray. don't leave it empty for seems it more likely to eject out that way. Model I was using was DP202AS pROGRESSIVE SCAN DVD PLAYER.
Push "Eject" - top row of buttons on the radio- far right button. Ignition/key does not have to be on to "eject" the CD.
Press the eject button.
Press the button...
Most CD players will eject a CD because it is not capable of reading the disc. Discs such ad CD RWs or even DVDs are note readable in a CD player.
Look for a small hole near the DVD drawer. You should be able to insert a straightened paper clip into this hole and force the disk to eject.
Push the eject button, is your broken or something?
eject locked show.
press the eject button
In Irish Gaelic: díchuir (eject, expell; disperse,excrete); cuir amach ('put out', emit, send, etc.) caith amach (throw out, project) In Scottish Gaelic: caith a-mach (eject) tilg-a-mach (eject) as-àitich (eject/evacuate/displace) dìobair (eject/banish/abandon) fògair (eject/exile/banish)
the dvd player ejects ok but the cd eject does not work it has a cd installed can not get it out you can hear a buzzing as it trys to eject any help would be grateful this unit has the dvd map display
Either the player is damaged somewhere and cannot function properly, or the disc carriage is jammed