SECTION 6. Pre-season ejections may be logged, but shall never have any bearing on points distribution nor ejection totals.
SECTION 4. In the event of injury or absence, the absent crew chief shall not receive any points for ejections that might occur during this absence.
SECTION 5. A crew chief is eligible to receive points for an ejection if he is serving as crew chief of his crew as assigned prior to the season, as crew chief of another crew or as acting crew chief of another crew.
SECTION 6. The postseason is eligible for inclusion in crew division, though Rule 4-3 (Post-Season Points) is not applicable to crew division. Ejections that occur under the purview of an assigned post-season crew chief are eligible for crew division points, as in Rule 3-3.
SECTION 7. Points may not be accrued for crew division during the All-Star Game, any AL/NL Wild Card or Divisional Tiebreaker contest, nor any other special event as defined by MLB.
Rule 6-2-b-2 Comment: The formula reads as follows: "sz_top + sz_bot / 2 = C... |C - pz| = D... norm_ht / D = R... 0.0833 * R = E... norm_ht + E = [Lower Bound, Upper Bound]. If this range of [Lower Bound, Upper Bound] is completely greater than |1.000|, then the correct call must be a ball. If this range of [Lower Bound, Upper Bound] at some point is less than or equal to |1.000|, then the correct call may be a strike.
Approved Ruling: An umpire who ejects a person who was clearly and overwhelmingly not involved in the unsportsmanlike act may receive a QOC of “incorrect.”