Rule 2 Baseball – Section 25 – OVERRUNNING OR OVERSLIDING


base-ball-rule-2 (5)

Rule 2 Baseball – Section 25 – OVERRUNNING OR OVERSLIDING

2-25-1   Overrunning or over-sliding is the act of a runner who, after touching the base to which he is advancing, allows his momentum to carry him past the base so that he loses contact with it.

For the right to overrun first base, see 8-2-6. For cases where a runner is not credited with a stolen base or a batter with an extra base hit, see 2-5-3, 9-3-3, and 9-4-1. If a force is involved, 2-29-3 states that touching a base ends a force.

Source: https://www.nfhs.org/activities-sports/baseball/

Download ebook Here: 2023 nfhs – baseball – rules book

Related Topic:

Jamest Philan

My name is Jamest Philan and I have been a part of the sports world for the majority of my life. I am an experienced professional athlete, having competed independently for over 15 years, and an All-American from a Division II college program.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts