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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Baseball Questions

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Grade 9 Baseball
If you have the ball in your hand and someone on the opposing team (the offensive team) is running to first base what is the safest way to get them out?
  1. Pass to the pitcher
  2. Hit the kicker with the ball
  3. Pass to the defensive team member guarding first base
Grade 9 Baseball
In which situation is the batter NOT always out?
  1. He hits an infield fly.
  2. He contacts a fair batted ball while running to first.
  3. He hits the ball a second time in fair territory.
  4. His foul fly ball is caught.
  5. The batter is out in all the above situations.
Grade 9 Baseball
Which of the following is NOT an illegal pitch?
  1. Pitcher starts motion then stops. Runners on base.
  2. Pitcher delivers a quick return pitch. Bases empty.
  3. Pitcher comes set then drops ball which rolls to base of mound. Runners on base.
  4. Pitcher pitches while not contacting the rubber. Bases empty.
  5. All the above are illegal pitches.
Grade 9 Baseball
If the base umpire makes a close call of "Safe" on the batter-runner at first base and the defensive manager comes to the plate umpire to complain, which should occur?
  1. Plate umpire should overturn the base umpire's call if the manager is right.
  2. Both umpires and both managers should get together.
  3. Plate umpire should tell the base umpire what he saw if he had a better angle.
  4. Plate umpire should support the base umpire unless doing so would make one of them look bad.
  5. None of the above
Grade 9 Baseball
With one out and a runner on third base, the batter hits the ball in the air deep to left field. The runner on third should:
  1. Wait on the base until the ball is dropped or caught to tag up
  2. Run half way down the baseline and stop to watch the ball.
  3. Keep an eye on the batter.
  4. Run home.
Grade 9 Baseball
The top and bottom of the strike zone are
  1. midpoint between the top of the shoulders and the top of the uniform pants / top of the knee
  2. midpoint between the top of the shoulders and the top of the uniform pants / bottom of the knee
  3. armpit to the top of the knee
  4. armpit to the bottom of the knee
Grade 9 Baseball
One out. Bases loaded. Two strikes. Batter swings and misses. Catcher drops the ball.
  1. Batter is out.
  2. In Majors only, the batter can run to first.
  3. In Majors and AAA only, the batter can run to first.
  4. The catcher can retire the batter by tagging him or throwing to 1st.
  5. Both B and D
Grade 9 Baseball
With one out and a baserunner on third, the batter hits the ball in the air deep in left field. The runner on third should:
  1. Wait on the base until the ball is dropped or caught to tag up
  2. Run half way down the baseline and stop to watch the ball.
  3. Keep an eye on the batter.
  4. Run home.
Grade 9 Baseball
The Green Monster is an iconic feature of which ballpark?
  1. Fenway Park
  2. Wrigley Field
  3. Yankee Stadium
  4. Camden Yards
Grade 9 Baseball
One out. Runner on first. Full count on batter. Batter hits foul tip into catcher's glove. R1 steals second.
  1. Batter is out. Runner returns to first.
  2. Batter is not out. Runner returns to first.
  3. Batter is out. Runner stays at second.
  4. Batter is not out. Runner stays at second.
Grade 9 Baseball
Grade 9 Baseball
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