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PItch Count/Cheyenne v Arapaho

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I read on FB about a district tourney game between Cheyenne and Arapaho that had the result overturned due to a pitch count limit.


If I understand correctly the pitcher hit his limit and then finished the AB at which point he was replaced. His team won. Opposing coach protested and the state overturned it.

Do I have it correct?

If so, why was it overturned? 

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A couple of years ago you could do that. The first year they implemented the pitch count you could finish the hitter and revert to the pitch count when the at bat began. The last 2 years a pitch is a pitch. If the pitcher throws pitch number 119 to start the batter and finishes on pitch 123 then he is over the limit and it is a violation. A pitch is a pitch now, it doesn't matter when the AB started.

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