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ChinMusik

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History has happened❤️
Lauren

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She hadn’t a home run and a hit. How is that a perfect game?

Also she’s illegal as hell.
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Against who?
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Your pitcher is illegal.
Softball98mom

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Against who?


She didn’t. Someone being silly I guess?
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She hadn’t a home run and a hit. How is that a perfect game?

Also she’s illegal as hell.


The leap isn’t illegal in international play
Lauren

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I’m not refering to the leap.

It’s her picking up her front foot and replanting before starting her motion. That’s illegal.
Fresh

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In college, it was changed, so as long as any portion of the foot remained above the plate, it was legal. It is apparent to me that it doesn't always happen that way. Not sure why(the Weeklys had a lot to do with it) it was necessary to change the rule, mainly for Abbott. 
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Lauren

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Nah it’s a full replant.
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In college, it was changed, so as long as any portion of the foot remained above the plate, it was legal. It is apparent to me that it doesn't always happen that way. Not sure why(the Weeklys had a lot to do with it) it was necessary to change the rule, mainly for Abbott. 


and the foot is in contact with the ground.  Lifting the entire foot off of the ground is illegal [in college.]

gory details follow [NCAA]

10.4.4 It is legal to slide the pivot foot forward or across the pitcher’s plate
provided contact with the pitcher’s plate is maintained. Exception:
Physical contact with the pitcher’s plate may be lost if all of the following
apply:
10.4.4.1 The pivot foot is in contact with the pitcher’s plate when the pitcher
turns, twists or bends her pivot foot;
10.4.4.2 If the pivot foot has not reduced the distance to home plate; and
10.4.4.3 The pivot foot must remain in contact with the ground; however,
rocking onto either the toe or heel is allowed.
girlerl

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Nah it’s a full replant.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=vmiG4ji3onQ

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