quote:Originally posted by piaa_ump: Without being intentional, there are is no limit on HBP a pitcher can have.
There is no rule in higher level baseball where a pitcher can be removed from the game for hitting batters.
Most people who ask this question are remembering a youth league or local rule from when they were young.
I worked a summer league that had a "3 HBP= removal of the pitcher rule".
If the PU believes that a pitcher is INTENTIONALLY throwing at a batter, he warns both pitchers and coaches/managers that the next pitch judged intentionally thrown at a batter will mean the ejection of that pitcher and his coach/manager.
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