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1 minute ago, capologist said:

 

Doesn't matter if the player signals or not, it's a black and white ground rule that applies regardless...

At Wrigley Field if you reach into the ivy to field the ball it's a live ball. You've got to throw your hands up and signal for a dead ball. How do I know that? Because I've seen it happen against the Braves. That is the way the rule works at all stadiums.

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2 minutes ago, Falconsfan567 said:

At Wrigley Field if you reach into the ivy to field the ball it's a live ball. You've got to throw your hands up and signal for a dead ball. How do I know that? Because I've seen it happen against the Braves. That is the way the rule works at all stadiums.

They just quoted the rule.  Like I said, it's a black and white rule...

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05(a)(7) Any fair ball which, either before or after touching the ground, passes through or under a fence, or through or under a scoreboard, or through any opening in the fence or scoreboard, or through or under shrubbery, or vines on the fence, or which sticks in a fence or scoreboard, in which case the batter and the runners shall be entitled to two bases;

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