1. A is on 1st base. B is supposed to bat. C bats and hits into a double play. It is properly appealed.

Ruling: A and C out on the double play. B is out on batting out of order (who should have batted). D is the correct batter next inning since that would be three outs.

1A. A is on 1st base. B is supposed to bat. G bats and hits into a double play. It is properly appealed.

Ruling: A and G are out on the double play. B is out on batting out of order (who should have batted). C is the correct batter next inning since that would be three outs.

2. A is on 1st base. B is supposed to bat. C bats and hits a fly ball which is caught. It is properly appealed.

Ruling: C is out on the fly ball. B is out on batting out of order. D is the next batter. A is still on first base.

2A. A is on 1st base. B is supposed to bat. G bats and hits a fly ball which is caught. It is properly appealed.

Ruling: G is out on the fly ball. B is out on batting out of order. C the next batter. A is on first base.

3. A is on 1st base. B is supposed to bat. C bats and hits a fly ball which is not caught. It is properly appealed.

Ruling: B is out on batting out of order. A is at first base. C is the next batter.

3A. A is on 1st base. B is supposed to bat. G bats and hits a fly ball which is not caught. It is properly appealed.

Ruling: B is out on batting out of order. G is removed from base. A is returned to first base. C is the next batter.