1. When the Yankees are pitching, the strike zone shall be less than half the size of the opposing team's strike zone, with mandatory replay on every pitch.
2. When the Yankees are at bat the foul lines at the stadium shall be squeezed further towards the baselines, and, in the outfield, closer to the outfield, narrowing the field of play.
3. When the opposing team is pitching, the strike zone shall be double the ordinary strike zone.
4. When the opposing team is at bat there are no foul lines.
5. If a Yankee hitter hits a ball "over the fence" it is foul. Only balls inside the stadium may be considered home runs.
6. The Yankees may not attempt to 'steal' any bases.
7. If an at bat on the opposing team makes contact with the ball and the ball touches the ground on the field of play, it is a home run.
8. Disputed strikes and balls will be determined by the noise of the crowd and the opinion of the fans, except in New York.
9. Disputed tags of baserunners will be determined by the noise of the crowd and the opinion of fans, except in New York,
Since Davis White have been cleaning up in pcs, I just want to look at a couple of examples of the best and cleanest, highest quality technique in the world.
For instance when the toe of your skate boot slides into the side of the toe of your partner's skate boot and remains there. This is the stuff they show at judging seminars to illustrate top quality spinning.