For a right handed batter, the opposite field would be right field ... a right handed batter that hits the ball to right field is said to hit the ball to the opposite field. For a left handed batter, the opposite field would be left field.
'Pulling the ball' is a term used with hitting and is when a right handed batter hits a ball to the left side of the field or a left handed batter hits a ball to the right side of the field.
You can, there is no rule against throwing the batter out if the ball is hit to right field you probably just won't be able to get the ball to 1st base in time.
No, if the fielder is out of the field of play (in the stands), then the batter is not out.
Foul. It has to go beyond the batter's box to be a fair ball
It's called a "Pull Hit."
Batter is out.
Don't know the percentages, but left field is more common. Most batters are right handed, and, on averge, a batter is more likely to "pull" the ball when he hits it. (Note: when a batter is said to "hit to the opposite field", that means that a right-handed batter hits to right field or a left-handed batter hits to left field. On the surface, this is not "opposite field" at all. But it's called "opposite field" because it goes against the natural tendency of a right hander to hit to left field and a left-hander to hit to right field.)
There are many ways that a batter can get out. * They can get a strike out. (The ball is thrown in the strike zone and the batter doesn't hit it 3 times) * They can get an out at first. (The batter hits the ball somewhere in the field and the fielder throws the ball to first before the batter lands her foot on the bag making a force out) * Be called out by umpire for leaving bag too early for a lead off.(If the batter gets a head start for the next bag they are going to before the ball leaves the pitchers hand then the batter is called out by the umpire)
its a hit if its lands in far ground or foul it not
A ground ball its fair. A fly ball is foul.
after the batter hits the ball and it's a fair ball it's not a dead ball. if the ball lands in foul territory, it's a foul ball.
The answer is you pitch the ball the batter hits it the batter runs then the fielders field the ball throw it 2 the base and if the balls get there before the batter is out he's out if it is the other way he's safe.
The markings on the field has a foul line. This is by the running paths by 1st and 3rd. Any ball that lands in between the foul line is a fair ball. Any ball that lands out the foul line is a foul. When ball rolls on the infield and goes out the foul territory will be called foul. But when ball lands on the outfield and rolls to foul territory is a live ball
Yea its a caught foul tip
The way the batter is holding the bat and/or standing affects a hit ball to go foul, right, or left. Also, how strong the batter is and the weather affects the hit ball.
Fielder has the right to occupy the territory necessary to field the ball, runner must give right of way to the fielder. In this case, runner is out.
Should a batted ball hit any base, the ball is considered fair and live and the play continues. It is still up to the defense to field the ball and touch first base before the batter does to record an out.
the one who throws the ball to the batter (stands in the middle of the field on the white rubber)
It's when a batter successfully hits a ball to an area where the fielders are not ale to field it
A foul tip is when the batter hits the ball with a small piece of the bat and the ball lands foul. A pop up to the catcher is not a foul tip.
An inside out swing in baseball is a swing where the hands come through ahead of the end of the bat which causes the ball to be hit to the opposite field (right field for a right hander or left field for a left hander). Wade Boggs produced many doubles off the "Green Monster" in Fenway by "inside-outing" the ball to left field. At the point of impact the bat forms a greater than 90 degree angle if one imagines an imaginary line between dead center field which continues through home plate. When a right hander hits a ball to left field or a left handed batter hits the ball to right field the ball is said to be pulled and the bat would usually form an angle of less than 90 degrees at the point of impact.
If my "ball ball" lands in a tree and i find it, i play with it again. I mean, i already found it.
If he is still in the box no its foul but if he is in the field of play and hits it when no one on the other team has thrown it then yes he is.
If he swings at the ball and doesn't hit it, it is called a strike. There is a spot in front of the batter called the strike zone. It's a little square area that is as wide as home plate, and stretches from the batter's knees to the letters on his jersey. If the ball lands in this area and the batter doesn't swing, it's called a strike. Any other place would be called a ball.