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A no pitch is a pitch in baseball that is ruled to be not a ball, a strike or a balk. There are various reasons an umpire would rule a no pitch. A home plate umpire not in a ready position to call a ball or strike may call a no pitch. If an umpire believes the batter is not ready or if the batter is not in the batter's box, a no pitch may also be called. A no pitch is usually ruled if any umpire calls time while a pitch is being delivered.

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  • A no pitch is a pitch in baseball that is ruled to be not a ball, a strike or a balk. There are various reasons an umpire would rule a no pitch. A home plate umpire not in a ready position to call a ball or strike may call a no pitch. If an umpire believes the batter is not ready or if the batter is not in the batter's box, a no pitch may also be called. A no pitch is usually ruled if any umpire calls time while a pitch is being delivered.
  • A no pitch is a play in baseball or softball in which a pitch thrown by a pitcher is neither a ball nor a strike. This is typically the umpire's call whenever the pitcher released the ball after the umpire called timeout. However, there are other instances in which this can be called.
  • A no pitch is an umpire's ruling in baseball or softball in which a pitch thrown by a pitcher is neither a ball nor a strike. This is typically the umpire's call whenever the pitcher released the ball after the umpire called timeout. However, there are other instances in which this can be called.
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  • A no pitch is a pitch in baseball that is ruled to be not a ball, a strike or a balk. There are various reasons an umpire would rule a no pitch. A home plate umpire not in a ready position to call a ball or strike may call a no pitch. If an umpire believes the batter is not ready or if the batter is not in the batter's box, a no pitch may also be called. A no pitch is usually ruled if any umpire calls time while a pitch is being delivered. One of the most famous no pitch calls was when ten-time All-Star Randy Johnson hit a bird with a pitch. The ball was near the plate when it hit a flying bird. After the pitch hit the bird, the ball was ruled dead. The bird was also ruled dead. This no pitch call is so well known that there are more Google search results for "Randy Johnson bird" than there are for "Randy Johnson baseball."
  • A no pitch is a pitch in baseball that is ruled to be not a ball, a strike or a balk. There are various reasons an umpire would rule a no pitch. A home plate umpire not in a ready position to call a ball or strike may call a no pitch. If an umpire believes the batter is not ready or if the batter is not in the batter's box, a no pitch may also be called. A no pitch is usually ruled if any umpire calls time while a pitch is being delivered. One of the most famous no pitch calls was when ten-time All-Star Randy Johnson hit a bird with a pitch. The ball was near the plate when it hit, and killed, a flying bird. After the pitch the ball was ruled dead. This no pitch call is so well known that there are more Google search results for "Randy Johnson bird" than there are for "Randy Johnson baseball."
  • A no pitch is a pitch in baseball that is ruled to be not a ball, a strike or a balk. There are various reasons an umpire would rule a no pitch. A home plate umpire not in a ready position to call a ball or strike may call a no pitch. If an umpire believes the batter is not ready or if the batter is not in the batter's box, a no pitch may also be called. A no pitch is usually ruled if any umpire calls time while a pitch is being delivered. One of the most famous no pitch calls was when ten-time All-Star Randy Johnson hit a bird with a pitch. The ball was near the plate when it hit a flying bird. After the pitch hit the bird, the ball was ruled dead. The bird was also ruled dead after exploding (RIP Bird). This no pitch call is so well known that there are more Google search results for "Randy Johnson bird" than there are for "Randy Johnson baseball."
  • A no pitch is a play in baseball or softball in which a pitch thrown by a pitcher is neither a ball nor a strike. This is typically the umpire's call whenever the pitcher released the ball after the umpire called timeout. However, there are other instances in which this can be called.
  • A no pitch is an umpire's ruling in baseball or softball in which a pitch thrown by a pitcher is neither a ball nor a strike. This is typically the umpire's call whenever the pitcher released the ball after the umpire called timeout. However, there are other instances in which this can be called.
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