Roseville Senior Softball - Summer 2019

A twisting slide from second base allowed outfielder Seeker Pence to steal a handbag in the fifth inning of the Giants' 6-4 acquire in Game 4 of the National League Championship Sequence on Wednesday, despite Cardinals catcher Any.J. Pierzynski's throw beating him to the spot. Second-base umpire Bill Miller called Pence safe, and the call up was confirmed after a

Had Redbirds shortstop Jhonny Peralta kept his glove in Pence the entire time, the Cardinals might have nabbed him or her as he briefly popped over bag. Instead, Pence slid to the outfield part of Peralta's tag, touching subsequent just before Peralta swiped him together with his glove.

The review ultimately do little to help the The big players, however. Brandon Belt flied out to end the inning, stranding Pence on Which became a theme in the middle innings for the Giants, who walked 4x in the fourth and fifthly but did not score the run.

Previous replay reviews this postseason

Tigers-Orioles, Video game 2 ALDS: Markakis' homer confirmed

Nick Markakis hits a two-run picture that is confirmed as his or her first career postseason homer after a crew review inside 3rd

• Video: Markakis' homer confirmed

With one available and one on in the 3rd inning of a scoreless game, Nick Markakis released a fly ball to be able to right field that moved off the grounds' crew shed roof top in right field as well as came back onto the field associated with play. Right-field umpire Paul Schreiber signaled it was a property run, but Tigers boss Brad Ausmus requested the perform be reviewed. The call in the game was confirmed, correctly in line with the Camden Yards ground rules, which express: Fly ball hitting the grounds crew shed throughout right field and dishonoured back into play: HOME RUN.

Giants-Nationals, Online game 1 NLDS: Ishikawa safe at 2nd after reversal

The Giants challenge a good out call at second base in the 3rd inning, and after review, the call is overturned and also runner is safe

• Video: Call up at second overturned

With no outs and Travis Ishikawa on second, Jake Peavy put down a sacrifice bunt. As an alternative to taking the out at first, Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche threw to next in hopes of gunning down Ishikawa, and umpire Mary Hallion him out. Bochy pushed the call, and it was overturned following a review of just one minute the other second. Ishikawa would later score in a game the Leaders would win 3-2.

Cardinals-Dodgers, NLDS Game 2: Overturned call aids Dodgers win

Ellis scores first run Gm2: Ellis scores on evaluated play10/4/14: A.J. Ellis scores using a double play, but following review it is ruled charge runner wasn't tagged out

• Online video: L.A. gets overturn

A use a Dee Gordon grounder to second platform that Dodgers manager Don Mattingly questioned in the third inning turned out to be a new pivotal play in his golf club's 3-2 victory. Zack Greinke was on initially base when Gordon hit a new to Cards minute baseman Kolten Wong, who put the tag about Greinke to get an out call up from umpire Eric Cooper. Replays, however, showed Wong had tagged Greinke with his glove whilst the ball was in his throwing hand, and Greinke was awarded second base after the review. He later scored while on an Adrian Gonzalez single.

Orioles-Tigers, ALDS Game 3: Schoop's run-saving deal confirmed

Romine out after review Gm3: Call up stands at first after evaluate in 2nd10/5/14: Andrew Romine is called out at first on a slow-rolling bunt and after the manager's challenge, the call holds in the 2nd inning

• Video: Schoop's play confirmed

With Tigers catcher Alex Avila at third base and two outs in the second inning, shortstop Phil Romine bunted toward Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop. The ball was deftly scooped up by Schoop, that flipped the ball in order to first baseman Steve Pearce in one, and umpire Jim Wolf named Romine out. With a run on the line, Detroit manager Brad Ausmus challenged the phone call. After a two-minute, 28-second review, the call in the game stood. The Tigers would certainly lose, 2-1, and were eradicated from the ALDS.

Giants-Nationals, NLDS Game 2: Phone stands; Posey out at home

Must Chemical: Giants tie, Posey out Should C Close: Sandoval ties the item, Posey out by inches10/4/14: Pablo Sandoval's RBI double neckties the game in the 9th, though the Nationals throw out Buster Posey while batting to end the frame

• Video: Posey out at home

With the Nationals foremost, 1-0, with two outs in the bottom from the ninth, Pablo Sandoval sliced a ball to the left-field corner with a couple runners on. Joe Panik scored from second, but Buster Posey was called away by home-plate umpire Vic Carapazza after the relay put beat him by a split second. San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy immediately stunted the call, but it was upheld because of a lack of conclusive evidence.

Dodgers-Cardinals, NLDS Sport 4: Molina's laser throw obtains Ethier on overturn

Safe call overturned at finally Gm4: Safe call on Ethier overturned in 6th10/7/14: Andre Ethier is known as safe attempting to get back to finally base, but after assessment, the call is overturned in the 6

• Video: Molina throws out Ethier

The Dodgers' The.J. Ellis was at the plate with runners on first along with third and two out in your sixth inning when Cardinals reliever Seth Maness moved a pitch just driving All-Star catcher Yadier Molina. Andre Ethier darted off third toward home plate and stopped short while Molina came up with one of his copyrighted laser throws that appeared to beat the Dodgers center fielder because he retreated back to the bag. Third-base umpire Jerry Dinners called Ethier safe as finally baseman Matt Carpenter the particular tag. St. Louis manager Robert Matheny challenged, and after a 92-second critique, the call was overturned, ending Los Angeles' rally.

Nationals-Giants, NLDS Game 4: Outdoors seventh seals fate both for Nats, Giants

Out call on Posey confirmed Gm4: Out call on Posey confirmed in the 7th10/7/14: The out call on Buster Posey is examined and the call is verified that there is no violation of Rule 7.13 within the 7th inning

• Video: Call on Posey confirmed

In the action of walking Pablo Sandoval in the seventh inning of Tuesday's Game 4 of the National League Division Collection, which the Giants took through the Nationals, 3-2, Nats reliever Aaron Barrett sailed golf ball four all the way to the backstop. The effect was one of the more bizarre postseason takes on in any context. Watching Barrett's mistake from third base, Titans catcher Buster Posey raced home. His / her counterpart, Wilson Ramos, hustled after the ball, getting it after it ricocheted off the wall behind home plate. Then Ramos switched to Barrett, who tagged whilst blocking most of the plate with his body. Crew chief Robert Winters called for a review, nevertheless the call was confirmed immediately after video replay.

Giants-Cardinals, NLCS Game 1: Away call confirmed after collision at first

Out call confirmed with 7th NLCS Gm1: Out call at first confirmed in 7th inning10/11/14: Scott Matheny challenges the out call at first base in the In 7th place inning, and after review, the call is actually confirmed

• Video: Wong out at first

With 1 out in the seventh inning of the items would become a 3-0 Giants acquire, San Francisco starter Madison Bumgarner and . Louis second baseman Kolten Wong each converged with first base. Bumgarner was sporting over to receive an underhanded chuck from Giants first baseman Brandon Belt, and Wong trying to beat out a infield hit. The baseball and also Bumgarner arrived first, and in applying a tag, Bumgarner bumped Wong outside the baseline. Saying the play 'just didn't look right,In Cardinals manager Mike Matheny challenged the particular out call, which was validated after a review of only 52 seconds.

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NEWS for August 25         Update News

Winter registration and summer survey The winter registration and summer survey document has been sent via email to everyone with an email address. Your prompt response is very important. Preparing for the winter season is a  time consuming process and is dependent on these responses.  We would like to have all these surveys back by Friday, August 30. Attached below is a copy of the survey document. If you do not have an email address or are unable to access the link to the survey that is provided in the email, you can print the survey, fill it out and hand it to your manager. Thanks for your prompt attention and response. - Darrell  Click here to access survey [on August 23 by Adkins]
Stillwater Dome update Major improvements are underway at the Stillwater Dome including new turf, a new asymmetrical roof (steeper on the sides), and most importantly bright, new lights! These improvements will certainly enhance the playing experience inside the dome and will be completed prior to the beginning of our winter league season (currently planned to start the first week of November). A survey will be sent via email in the next couple of weeks to each active player as well as to those who played last winter but not this summer. The survey will be the primary means of registering to play winter ball. Please respond ASAP so that we have ample time to prepare for the season. There is also a section of the survey relating to your summer league experience. Again, please respond as appropriate and in a timely manner. Thanks for your cooperation. [on August 15 by Adkins]
Denny Ryan Tribute - Denny Ryan passed away this past January while playing ball in a tournament in Florida. On Tuesday, the RSSA - A Leaguers paid tribute to Denny. His wife Sue, 2 sons, sister and brother in law came out too for the tribute to Denny. Phil Gutterman brought back dirt from the field in Florida where Denny last played. Teammates and family were able to fill in the #4 you see in the photo with that dirt at shortstop where he played. There is also a permanent plaque placed on a bench at Pioneer Park that will always allow us to recount those good times that we were blessed to share with a great guy and ballplayer. Ryan Tribute Photo [on August 14 by Handevidt]
Website Help Wanted I need some assistance in maintaining the RSSA website and making changes for next season. You must have experience in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. If interested, contact me at [on August 12 by Greg Kioski]