Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993)

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Suggested correction: He was out. It was obvious that he was out when Quinn said he caught it. There would be no point in having to call him out. Otis is then seen telling his players to return to their bases because they could be tagged out. But he doesn't bother going anywhere because even he knew he was out. And we do see the players get called out.


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Suggested correction: A player doesn't have to swing for a pitch to be a strike. He called them correctly.


Well unless I've missed something over the years in baseball... and Loren's obvious confusion on what to call... when a batter remains stationary during a pitch, that is a standard all-out ball. When the batter moves or swings and misses the pitch, it is a strike.


His initial hesitation had nothing to do with it being a bad call. And yes, you've missed a lot over the years. A batter can move or even check swing and still the pitch could be called a ball. When a batter remains stationary, that doesn't change a strike into a ball just because he didn't swing or attempt to swing. The poem "Casey at the Bat" is all about him not swinging on the first two pitches, and they were both called strikes.


The Abduction (1) - S2-E22

Visible crew/equipment: Matthew is talking to Hank in the saloon about Hank's horse that Brian wants. After Hank agrees to let Brian work for him to pay for the horse, Matthew walks out of the saloon. The camera pans to the left slightly and a microphone can be seen moving behind Hanks head. (00:32:30)

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