4 - Correct Column 6 42-56 results for many of the older seasons.
Attached is a PDF file that has all of these on a single sheet. I tried to make Craig's chart a little easier to follow based on the initial roll. Basically, if the roll is lower, the lead runner makes the next base easily and trailing runners hold. If the roll is HIGHER then the lead runner is thrown out, but trailing guys may advance an extra base because of the play on the lead runner.
The tricky part is on the EQUAL TO or "close play" because there is a chance of a throwing error by the OF (which, if happens, all runners advance one base and you are done), or if there is NO throwing error, the trailing runners could still advance an extra base or the nearest trailing runner could be gunned down on the cut-off play (which is optional in the newsletter, but I didn't make it optional here).