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Glossary of baseball - Wikipedia


This is an alphabetical list of selected unofficial and specialized terms, phrases, and other jargon used in baseball, and their definitions, including illustrative ...

Baseball: Glossary of baseball terms and definitions - Ducksters


Bunt - When a batter holds the baseball bat out and tries to barely tap the ball vs. taking a full swing at the ball. The batter might do this to advance another base ...

Common Terms - How Baseball Works (a guide to the game of ...


Common Terms. aboard - a runner reaching base. ace - the star pitcher on a team. appeal - a claim by the fielding side to an umpire that a rules violation has ...

Baseball | Define Baseball at Dictionary.com


Baseball definition, a game of ball between two nine-player teams played usually for nine innings on a field that has as a focal point a diamond-shaped infield ...

Glossary | MLB.com


The Official Site of Major League Baseball. ... Major League Baseball logo · Scorekeeping · Scouting grades · MLB.com SVG Logo · Boys and Girls Club of ...

Stat Manager - List of Statistics - Definition of baseball stats


Baseball Stat Manager tracks your players over multiple seasons in many hitting, pitching and fielding stats.

Baseball . Baseball for Beginners . Baseball Glossary | PBS


Baseball: A Film by Ken Burns ... Baseball Quiz ... Base: The four points of the baseball diamond (first through third bases and home plate) that must be touched  ...

baseball words - Vocabulary List : Vocabulary.com


Jul 14, 2009 ... See the definition, listen to the word, then try to spell it correctly. ... a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together.

Baseball | Definition of Baseball by Merriam-Webster


Define baseball: a game played on a large field by two teams of nine players who try to score runs by hitting a small ball… — baseball in a sentence.

Baseball Glossary and Terms | Epic Sports


Ballist: A vintage baseball term for "ballplayer". Baltimore Chop: A hitting technique used by batters during the "dead-ball" period and named after the Baltimore ...