I also qualified that if the runners had moved up another base, it would be an error that resulted in the runners advancing on the bobbled ball. If fielded cleanly it could have been an out…. Help Reply Mike V | May 16, 2014 at 11:25 Hits his Hand* Reply Sarv2u | May 27, 2014 at 18:20 A line drive off of the pitcher is a base Retrieved 28 July 2012. ^ "Error Records by Second Basemen". weblink
Testing this long verbose error message to check the behaviour More From The Stuff Network BrainStuff CarStuff Stuff Mom Never Told You Stuff of Genius Stuff They Don't Want You to A fielder will also be charged with an error, and the thrower credited with an assist, if he catches a throw in time to record a force out but fails to Reaching base on an error is not a hit. Reply Sarv2u | May 27, 2014 at 18:16 Ball is hit to towards first base and lands sharply near the bag. look at this site
Thanks. Baseball-Almanac.com. BaseballAlmanac.com. That also is the National League record.
But I'm still wondering! I'm now wondering exactly what an error is and maybe there is no such thing (and I'm a Red Sox fan)... Save your draft before refreshing this page.Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. Baseball Error Abbreviation Bobbles and drops the ball…doesn't even make a throw to first base.
look at it this way....all the scoops out of the dirt for an out that the first baseman makes is just the firstbaseman saving his teammate from a lousy throw...but not Errors In Baseball Positions It could be a routine ground ball, but the fielder gets cute and tries to make a backhanded play. I guess I mean to ask, "is every backhanded play is not considered routine?" Reply Ruben Lipszyc | June 12, 2014 at 21:21 Not necessarily. Question is…is this an ERROR?
Routine grounder to second. How Does An Error Affect Batting Average Please wait...