Video: Angels shortstop Erick Aybar decoys Blue Jays runner Rajai Davis, leading to a double play
Scenario: With zero out and one on (R1), the offense attempts a "hit and run," wherein R1 runs with the pitch as B1 swings. B1 connects and pops out to F1 as R1 slides into second base. F6 runs in front of the second base bag and fakes R1 into thinking there might be a play at second base. Seeing R1 has not tagged up, F1 then throws to F4, covering first base, for an apparent double play ... or is it? Did the umpires get this call right? How should play proceed? There may be multiple contingencies for this Case Play; if correctly identified, you may receive up to one point per. As has been past practice, rules citation is highly recommended and may save you point(s) if your ruling isn't word-for-word.
Consult the UEFL Rules Book for further information regarding Rule 4-5 and Case Plays.