What Is a Catcher's Balk?

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A catcher's balk is a rarely called violation of the catcher's interference which is charged as a balk when the catcher gets out of his box before the pitch is delivered, mostly on an Intentional Base On Balls. The balk penalty would grant the batter first base and every runner would advance.
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