And here is the rule:
Intentionally swinging slowly, half swinging, squaring up, performing a running bunting, drag bunting and any other batted ball that is intended to slow the ball so much so that infielders have no natural play, in front of them, on the batter-runner will not be allowed. The primary goal in bunting is to ground the ball into fair territory, as far from the fielders as possible, generally while staying within the infield. This action will not be permitted, and the batter will be called out, fair or foul ball and the ball will remain DEAD.
Refers to a batted ball that is intentionally met with the bat and tapped slowly. This may include traditional “squaring up” or merely just stopping any swing motion.
CHOPPED BALL -
Refers to a batted ball that the batter strikes downward so that it hits the ground within the infield, with a deliberate attempt and downward chopping motion with the bat. This does not include that ball which is swung at and hit with great force.