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In baseball, a tag out, sometimes just called a tag, is a play in which a baserunner is out because a fielder touches him with the ball or with the hand or glove holding the ball, while the ball is live and while the runner is not touching a base. Tag plays can also be utilized in other cases when the runner is in jeopardy. A baserunner is in jeopardy when: A tag is therefore the most common way to retire baserunners who are not in danger of being forced out. Additionally, a tag out can be used on an appeal play.

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  • 触球
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  • 触球(しょっきゅう)とは、野球において、走者の身体又は塁にボールを所持した野手が触れる守備行為を指す。 英語ではtag(タッグ)という。日本のマスコミでは、触球・タッグに代わって、ほとんどタッチ (touch) という語を用いている。ソフトボールではルール用語として公式に「タッチ」が用いられている。 野手の塁への触球を触塁(しょくるい)という者もいるが、触塁は、走者が塁に触れて塁を占有する行為を指す用語である。
  • 觸殺是一個棒球或垒球运动中的術語,是指打者還有退路,而进攻方跑壘員尚未時,防守方球員以手套或徒手持球,觸摸该名跑壘員身体的动作。被触杀的跑垒员将直接出局。
  • In baseball, a tag out, sometimes just called a tag, is a play in which a baserunner is out because a fielder touches him with the ball or with the hand or glove holding the ball, while the ball is live and while the runner is not touching a base. Tag plays can also be utilized in other cases when the runner is in jeopardy. A baserunner is in jeopardy when: A tag is therefore the most common way to retire baserunners who are not in danger of being forced out. Additionally, a tag out can be used on an appeal play.
  • Au baseball, un tag out, parfois simplement appelé tag, est un mouvement de jeu dans lequel un coureur est retiré parce qu'il est touché par la main ou le gant d'un défenseur lorsque celui-ci possède la balle tandis que le coureur est "en danger". Un coureur est en danger lorsque : Les tentatives de tags aboutissent parfois à des bagarres. La plupart du temps, le joueur de champ intérieur fera un tag trop fort sur le coureur, ou le coureur glissera vers la base avec une vitesse et une force suffisante pour faire tomber le joueur de champ intérieur qui tentait un tag.
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  • In baseball, a tag out, sometimes just called a tag, is a play in which a baserunner is out because a fielder touches him with the ball or with the hand or glove holding the ball, while the ball is live and while the runner is not touching a base. A runner must sometimes advance to the next base because a batter, advancing to first, forces that runner to advance ahead of him to the next base. Two runners are not allowed on one base at one time, so a batter can, in effect, bumper-car a runner forward. Such a runner is spoken of as having been forced to the next base. A defensive play against that runner is called a force play and, if successful, a force out. A tag can put runners out on a forced play as well (in lieu of stepping on a force base). A batter can also advance to the next base because he chooses to. For example, suppose, with a runner on first, the batter hits a groundball single into the outfield. As the batter runs to first, the runner on first is forced to advance ahead of him to second. However, that runner can then choose to run past second and on to third. In this situation, a defensive play against such an unforced runner will be called a tag play and, if successful, a tag out. To get the runner out on a tag play, the fielder must tag him with the ball (or with the hand or glove holding the ball) before the runner gets to the targeted base. Tag plays are much more difficult to execute than force plays. Tag plays can also be utilized in other cases when the runner is in jeopardy. A baserunner is in jeopardy when: 1. * he is not touching a base (excluding overrunning of first base or when advancing to an awarded base, such as on a base on balls); 2. * he is touching a base he has been forced to vacate because the batter became a baserunner (a forced runner) 3. * he has not tagged up on a caught fly ball; 4. * he failed to touch a base when he last passed it, or to touch them in order; or 5. * he is touching a base that a preceding baserunner is also touching, except when forced to vacate the previous base because the batter became a baserunner A tag is therefore the most common way to retire baserunners who are not in danger of being forced out. Additionally, a tag out can be used on an appeal play. Runners attempting to advance are sometimes thrown out, which means that a fielder throws the ball to someone covering the base, who then tags the runner before the runner touches the base. A runner who leads off a base too far might be picked off; that is, the pitcher throws to a fielder covering the base, who then tags the runner out. When a runner is tagged out, a farther advanced runner who had been forced to advance no longer has to do so. For example, when a sharply hit ball is caught on one hop by the first baseman, he might immediately tag out the runner at first who is forced to advance to second; but when this is done a runner already at second is no longer forced to advance to third base. The result of such a tag is called "removing the force". If a defensive player tags the runner with his glove and the baseball is in his other hand, or with his free hand while the baseball is in his glove, then the runner is not out. Attempted tag outs sometimes can instigate fights in baseball. Often the infielder will tag the baserunner too hard, or the baserunner will slide into base with enough speed and force to knock over the infielder attempting to tag him out. Additionally, the runner may run the catcher over in an attempt to make him drop the ball. However, after rule changes put into effect in the 2010s to protect the catcher, if the runner is seen as using excessive force by lowering their shoulders or using their elbows, the baserunner will be called out. Also, runners must slide and avoid when possible, or they could be ruled out.
  • Au baseball, un tag out, parfois simplement appelé tag, est un mouvement de jeu dans lequel un coureur est retiré parce qu'il est touché par la main ou le gant d'un défenseur lorsque celui-ci possède la balle tandis que le coureur est "en danger". Un coureur est en danger lorsque : 1. * Il ne touche pas de base (autre qu'après avoir dépassé la première base ou quand il avance vers une base attribuée, par exemple lors d'un but sur balles); 2. * Il est forcé de quitter une base qu'il touchait parce que le batteur est devenu coureur; 3. * Il n'a pas touché sa base lors du rattrapage d'une chandelle (auquel cas il doit retourner vers cette base avant de pouvoir courir vers la suivante); 4. * Il n'a pas touché la base vers laquelle il courait, ou n'a pas touché les bases dans l'ordre; 5. * Il touche la même base que le coureur devant lui à l'exception du cas où il est forcé de courir sur cette base car un coureur s'est placé sur la base d'où il vient. Un tag est la façon la plus commune de retirer un coureur qui n'est pas forcé de courir sur la base suivante. Les coureurs sont parfois "éjectés", ce qui signifie qu'un défenseur lance la balle à un défenseur recouvrant la base qui ensuite taggue le coureur avant qu'il touche la base. Un coureur qui s'éloigne trop de sa base pourra être éliminé par un "pickoff", c'est-à-dire que le lanceur relaye la balle à un défenseur sur base qui tag ensuite le coureur. Les tentatives de tags aboutissent parfois à des bagarres. La plupart du temps, le joueur de champ intérieur fera un tag trop fort sur le coureur, ou le coureur glissera vers la base avec une vitesse et une force suffisante pour faire tomber le joueur de champ intérieur qui tentait un tag.
  • 触球(しょっきゅう)とは、野球において、走者の身体又は塁にボールを所持した野手が触れる守備行為を指す。 英語ではtag(タッグ)という。日本のマスコミでは、触球・タッグに代わって、ほとんどタッチ (touch) という語を用いている。ソフトボールではルール用語として公式に「タッチ」が用いられている。 野手の塁への触球を触塁(しょくるい)という者もいるが、触塁は、走者が塁に触れて塁を占有する行為を指す用語である。
  • 觸殺是一個棒球或垒球运动中的術語,是指打者還有退路,而进攻方跑壘員尚未時,防守方球員以手套或徒手持球,觸摸该名跑壘員身体的动作。被触杀的跑垒员将直接出局。
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