quote:If R1, then F1 would be allowed to, as long as he spun "towards" 1B, throw to an unoccupied 2B all day long..
Thanks jjk. Not to beat a dead horse, but you added "spun toward 1B". A right-handed pitcher should be allowed to spin his front leg and body clockwise and throw to an unoccupied second base to make a play, i.e. he doesn't spin toward 1B like a left-handed pitcher would.
This could happen quite often in youth baseball since kids steal on every pitch.