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ALCS Game 4: Porcello, bullpen ace, gets the start

Discussion in '2018 Red Sox Game Threads' started by DrewDawg, Oct 16, 2018.

  1. grandsalami

    grandsalami lurker

    I'm listening to MLB radio and they keep saying "if it was called a HR on the fan interference." Can someone explain how it would have been a home run?
  2. DennyDoyle'sBoil

    DennyDoyle'sBoil Found no thrill on Blueberry Hill SoSH Member

    For posterity, I thought it might be useful to summarize the main highlights from last night's game in order here:

  3. BusRaker

    BusRaker lurker

    I think that they mean if the fan interference was overruled on the grounds that the ball would have been over the fence regardless
  4. Old Fart Tree

    Old Fart Tree the maven of meat Lifetime Member SoSH Member

    FanGraphs says 11.5%... :)
  5. 54thMA

    54thMA Member SoSH Member

    They said if you fall into the dugout/leave the field of play, it's not an out.

    Maybe someone here who's an expert on these sorts of things can chime in.
  6. DrewDawg

    DrewDawg Dorito Dink SoSH Member

    It's an out.

    (6) When a fielder, after catching a fly ball, steps or falls into any out-of-play area. All other runners shall advance one base, without liability to be put out, from his last legally touched base at the time the fielder entered such out-of-play area.

    He's not considered in that out of play area if he' s leaping or leaning to make a catch. Essentially a player can't run into the dugout, then make a catch. If he leaps from in play then he can, but then ball is dead when he lands out of play, all runners advance, similar to a throw into the dugout/crowd.

  7. 54thMA

    54thMA Member SoSH Member

    Thanks for the explanation.
  8. rajendra82

    rajendra82 Member SoSH Member

    From boston.com

    Why did Benintendi’s catch look so familiar?

    Because, as Red Sox team historian Gordon Edes pointed out on Twitter, it looked remarkably like the play Carl Crawford failed to make in the final scene of the 2011 Red Sox season, when a liner by the Orioles’ Robert Andino eluded the hesitant left fielder and they had officially gagged away their postseason hopes like they were choking on a chicken bone. Which they might have been. The weird coincidence of Benintendi’s catch? He made it at Minute Maid Park … which is on Crawford Street, in Carl Crawford’s hometown. Mind blown? Eh, it already was, man.
  9. Reverend

    Reverend for king and country Lifetime Member SoSH Member

    That man is on top of his game right now.
  10. edoug

    edoug Member SoSH Member

    Butch Hobson was known for catching a pop up in the 3rd base dugout and being sprawled out on the infield after playing a bunt or slow grounder. Maybe other things as well.
  11. reggiecleveland

    reggiecleveland sublime Lifetime Member SoSH Member

    Really good looking lhb

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