During the 2018 Little league world series
there was a play at the plate that resulted in a runner being safe. The question is, is this really smart baseball
on the runner part? Or, is this a cheap move? Here is how the play transpired and you can
post a comment on what you think The runner clearly intentionally hits the
catcher’s arm causing him to drop the ball. Without video replay, this is a nearly impossible
call for an umpire to make and so baserunners do attempt it. What are your thoughts? Should this be something a coach teaches his
players? And is there any way to defend against this
type of situation for the defense?