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  1. 6. The base path and the baseline are the same thing.10
  2. A fielder tosses her glove at a fly ball that, in the umpire’s judgment, could have cleared the home-run fence. The fielder made a smart play as contacting the batted ball with displaced equipment is always a three base award only10
  3. A runner dislodges a base and continues to advance but is called out at a base beyond the dislodged base. The umpire should declare dead ball and change the call to safe.10
  4. Courtesy runners are permitted for the pitcher and catcher.10
  5. For the Look-Back rule, the pitcher is considered to have made a play if she raises her throwing arm into throwing position regardless of whether the pitcher’s arm moves forward10
  6. In the 2018 CCA Manual on page 34, it states that the tag play distance is 3-10 feet. In Section 9 Definitions it states the distance is 10-12 feet. The correct distance is 3-10 feet. The Definitions Section should not be used as the sole reference for test questions – you must dig deeper into the Manual.10
  7. No matter which plate stance you prefer, all stances require you to position your head in the slot to see the outside corner. You head height should allow total view of the strike zone; your chin should be no lower than the top of the catcher’s helmet.10
  8. R1 is caught in rundown between first and second. During the rundown, she is obstructed by F4. As R1 dives back to first, the throw sails over F3 and into the stands. U1 awards R1 second and third.10
  9. Thinking the batted ball is caught for the third out, the runner at first base obviously abandons her effort to run the bases. She cannot be declared out until she leaves the field of play.10
  10. When working the plate, the umpire should drop to the same height for every batter when going into the set position.10