New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in

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For some reason my outfielders won't break this rule.

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Just be thankful they even caught the ball in this game

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@Jeviduty said in New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in:

Just be thankful they even caught the ball in this game

Ain't that the truth....

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@CCARR77 said in New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in:

@Jeviduty said in New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in:

Just be thankful they even caught the ball in this game

Ain't that the truth....

No kidding, I gave up four runs in the first inning of a RS game. All because of outfielders just standing under the ball and other weird fielding glitches or whatever. I fought all the way back to take the lead only for the same dam thing to happen again on a routine pop up to left field. Every single run I have up except one was because of fielders not reacting. Waste of time.

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Are first basemen required to run three steps toward home before throwing to first when fielding a blunt?

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Manny Ramirez confirmed!

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@DangeRuss08 said in New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in:

@CCARR77 said in New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in:

@Jeviduty said in New MLB rule requires outfielders to tag outfield wall before throwing ball in:

Just be thankful they even caught the ball in this game

Ain't that the truth....

No kidding, I gave up four runs in the first inning of a RS game. All because of outfielders just standing under the ball and other weird fielding glitches or whatever. I fought all the way back to take the lead only for the same dam thing to happen again on a routine pop up to left field. Every single run I have up except one was because of fielders not reacting. Waste of time.

Yeah but that content though! SMH!!!!

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I had one where my right fielder “locked on the ball” but the ball dropped right next to him. The right fielder proceeded to run in toward the dugout and act like he caught the ball when in reality he missed it. Like cmon 😂

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Making long runs in the outfield generates a LOT of static electricity, so they must ground themselves on the outfield wall rubber or else it will shock them and ruin the circuits in the baseball.

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Still my favorite is the grass monster grabbing your fielders leg and forcing him into a stumbling glove out animation.

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