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9 minutes ago, SteveA said:

If the guy in the dugout was helping steady him before he caught the ball, would the catch still count?

Usually not if it is to keep him from falling into the dugout...now if he was being propped up to catch the ball on top of the dugout, then yes..

If a fielder, attempting a catch at the edge of the dugout, is “held up” and kept from an apparent fall by a player or players of either team and the catch is made, it shall be allowed.

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76% of the outs that Bundy recorded (16 out of 21) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout.

In his last 2 outings combined, 82% of the outs that Bundy recorded (31 out of 38)  have come via the Groundout and the Strikeout.

 

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1 minute ago, OFFNY said:

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76% of the outs that Bundy recorded (16 out of 21) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout.

In his last 2 outings combined, 82% of the outs that Bundy recorded (31 out of 38) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout.

 

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Can go below 5 ERA next game.

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1 minute ago, tntoriole said:

Usually not if it is to keep him from falling into the dugout...now if he was being propped up to catch the ball on top of the dugout, then yes..

If a fielder, attempting a catch at the edge of the dugout, is “held up” and kept from an apparent fall by a player or players of either team and the catch is made, it shall be allowed.

Yep, thanks.

I don't think he did.   I think the ball landed in his glove JUST before the guy in the dugout put his hand against the fielder's torso to slow his plunge into the dugout.    But just barely.   It was real close.   I'd be interested in what the call was if it he caught the ball a split second after the guy made contact to steady him.   Would take a lot of guts for the ump to take a catch away.  

 That could be what Hyde spoke about briefly with the ump after the play.

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Here is a trivia question....what was the only game in big league history where every hitter of one team started and finished the game with exactly the same batting average that they began the game with? 

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1 minute ago, SteveA said:

Yep, thanks.

I don't think he did.   I think the ball landed in his glove JUST before the guy in the dugout put his hand against the fielder's torso to slow his plunge into the dugout.    But just barely.   It was real close.   I'd be interested in what the call was if it he caught the ball a split second after the guy made contact to steady him.   Would take a lot of guts for the ump to take a catch away.  

 That could be what Hyde spoke about briefly with the ump after the play.

Even if it happened, it is probably about as likely a call as calling the runner out for leaving too soon on a SF, which I am still waiting on seeing called. 

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