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  • 7 Ways to Avoid Attacks  
    by Referee on March 23, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Unfortunately, in today’s culture, many officials have been followed out to their car by unfriendly people after a game. Others have been threatened during or after a game or perhaps even endured a physical assault. It takes a coordinated effort to deal with the problem of attacks against officials. That coordination begins with local officials associations or, for those officials who work directly […] The post 7 Ways to Avoid Attacks   appeared first on […]

  • Integrity: What We Do vs. What We Say
    by Referee on March 22, 2018 at 11:00 am

    Officials are the keepers of the game. That’s a very high stature. And with that stature comes lofty expectations of integrity. Impartiality. Fairness. Morals. Those are just for starters. And as the games have gotten faster, officials are expected to be in shape and display amazing judgment. But are officials really living up to those […] The post Integrity: What We Do vs. What We Say appeared first on […]

  • Defining A Defenseless Player
    by Referee on March 22, 2018 at 10:00 am

    The NCAA introduced the concept of a defenseless player in 2008, at the same time the first targeting rule was adopted. The NFHS followed suit in 2014. A defenseless player is defined as a player who, because of his physical position and focus of concentration, is especially vulnerable to injury (NFHS 2-32-16; NCAA 2-27-14). There […] The post Defining A Defenseless Player appeared first on […]

  • 2018 Major League Baseball Umpire Roster
    by Referee on March 21, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    12 Gerry Davis Appleton, Wis., 1985 6 Mark Carlson Joliet, Ill., 1999 91 Brian Knight Roseville, Calif., 2009 31 Pat Hoberg Des Moines, Iowa, 2017 32 Dana DeMuth Gilbert, Ariz., 1985 39 Paul Nauert Lawrenceville, Ga., 1999 87 Scott Barry Quincy, Mich., 2009 37 Carlos Torres Acarigua, Portugesa, Venezula, 2017 22 Joe West Weston, Fla., […] The post 2018 Major League Baseball Umpire Roster appeared first on […]