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(Hardball Talk)   So when is an infield fly not an infield fly? Let's check MLB Rule 6.05e: The Infield Fly   (hardballtalk.nbcsports.com) divider line 2
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2013-07-25 12:53:15 PM  
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The Infield Fly Rule is terrible to begin with.  In a game that claims to be based on strategy and thought, how can they legislate out a terrific strategy?  The defense isn't cheating when letting the ball drop to force the double play, they are just being smart about the situation.
2013-07-25 10:38:52 AM  
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The ball wasn't hit far enough in to the outfield for it to be an infield fly.

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