11 football/soccer players are on the field / lineup
A baseball lineup is the list of players that will participate in a game.
If you mean starting lineup for the entire team it depends but if you mean for offense or defense or special teams it is 12
9 is the minimum number of players on a baseball team the major leagues have more though
A lineup sheet is where the coach writes down the numbers of the starting players. The coach hands the lineup sheet to the skorekeeper and they will record it on the score sheet.
In soccer there are usually 3 to 4 players in the defensive line (not including the goal-keeper). It just depends on the lineup that the particular team is playing.
9. In the National League, all position players will receive a turn to bat. In the American League, the pitcher traditionally doesn't bat and in his spot in the lineup, a designated hitter is used.
The zones on a official hockey rink are the defending zone (where players try to defend and protect their goal or net), the neutral zone (where is the center zone and players try to get the puck in the their opponent's defending zone which is also their attacking zone and where players get the puck out of their defending zone) and the attacking zone (where players try to get the puck in their opponent's goal or net).
Jon Atlas was the key player
9 players in a baseball team don't take turns batting.
The order in which players serve. The position each player has when the play begins.