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Date:7/30/2014 3:41:44 AM
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Ô` Jenny Lynn, thank you for your question…
… regarding which birdies get to play in any given baseball game and which do not. In answer, let me reiterate a portion of the explanation of how a game of Birdie Baseball is played, from the first blog that was posted on The Office of the Birdie Baseball Commissioner’s page …


“The batting lineup for any one game is limited to 10 players. Any reserves on a team play throughout the season as well by rotating the lineup beginning with the next player in the lineup after batter number 10 from the previous game. And this rotation continues throughout the season in the same manner with each Umpire using their own rotation. How many games they have played for any given team is why you see different Umpires using different lineups at different times.”


This lineup is not impacted by the fact of what birdie does or does not actually show up for their games. It is strictly a function of the lineup submitted by each Coach at the start of the season.

I hope this answers your question completely. Should you have any other questions, please feel free to leave another note at the Commissioner’s Office, and I will be happy to do the best I can to respond.
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