The On Deck circle, because its where the batter that is on deck stands
It stands for first, outside, inside, last.
The pitcher stands 60 feet and 6 inches away batting plate and tries to strike the batter out.
No, if the fielder is out of the field of play (in the stands), then the batter is not out.
I'm not quite sure but i think there are two, a batting umpire and a bowling umpire. the batting umpire stands sideways on from the batter, and the bowling umpire stands behind 2nd base. Hope that helped! Rosina Ahmed, 13 years old
no the batter gets a home run and its not a out
BB is an abbreviation for Base on Balls, or a walk. When a batter advances to first base after the pitcher throws four balls outside of the strike zone.
that's simple........the answer is............3
== == A magnitude of different scenarios exist for batting out of order, but I will try to give as simple and general of an answer as I can. I will break this down in to two parts, one for batting out of order and a pitch being thrown to the next batter, and one for no pitch having been thrown yet. If a pitch has been thrown to the player batting after the improper batter, everything stands: hit, walk, out, steal, anything. The only thing that could change is who is batting now. The person who SHOULD be batting now is whoever is listed after the improper batter in the lineup (assuming they have received a pitch). So if you have batters 1,2,3,4,5, etc. #2 bats when #1 should have. He gets a hit. Batter #1 then comes to bat and takes a strike. Batting out of order is noticed. Batter #3 should be batting now because he is listed after batter #2. Batter #3 would assume whatever the count was that batter #1 had and bat in his place, then 4 then 5 and so on. If a pitch HAS NOT been thrown to the next batter after batting out of order, it gets tricky. Lets again assume batters 1,2,3,4,5, etc. #2 bats when #1 should have, and gets a hit, then batter #3 comes up, but the out of order is noticed before the pitch. Since #2 batted and #1 should have, #1 is called out, the runner is removed from the bases and the next spot in the order comes to bat, in the case, batter #2 will hit again. I would love to give a full breakdown but there are so many different scenarios and quirky tidbits that make this hard to explain, or understand for anybody. Just remember, If a pitch has not been thrown to the next batter, call the improper batter out, take away the plays that resulted from his actions (except for if he gets out, then its just a lineup modification) and get the batter in there who should be batting after the guy who SHOULD have batted in the first place. If a pitch HAS been thrown, just make sure you have the batter in the box who bats after the batter who went out of order.
The batter stands in the batter's box. These are located on either side of home plate. The batter can stand in either one of them, depending on whether he is left handed or right.
The word "inside" is an adverb when it stands alone modifying a verb. "We went inside." If it has a noun following it, it is a preposition (with an object). "We went inside the store." Inside can also be a noun (a place) and adjective (meaning private from the outside), as well as an adverb and preposition.
I am not sure what you were going for when you typed this but here's what I thought of: In baseball you have outfielder, infielder, batter, pitcher, and striker. Uses: Outfielder: The outfilder stands in the outfield and catches far-flying balls. Infielder: The infielder stands a little farther in than the outfielder, and catches not as far-flying balls that go just outside the base diamond. Batter: The batter stands at home plate and hits the balls the pitcher throws with a bat. Pitcher: The pitcher throws a ball for the batter to hit and tries to make him/her miss the ball with the bat. Striker: The striker sits crouched behind the batter and catches missed balls (strikes--hence the term "striker"). And yes, guys, I am a girl and I am 13 (when I wrote this). ----------1-18-11----------
A stance could be the way the batter stands when a bowler is coming into bowl
the on-deck circle
the one who throws the ball to the batter (stands in the middle of the field on the white rubber)
PP stands for PowerPlay - which gives a slight advantage to the batting team with the fielding side limited to Two players outside the inner circle.
If the 18 stands for the radius, then the area formula : A= Pi r2 can be used. The question is standed strangely.
DA stands for Dragon Amulet, is a purchase you do on the home page for $19.95 and allows you acces to extra features inside and outside the game
The error stands as the batter reached a base safely.
It is small curve in the front wall of the mosque. It save one line of the prayer. The Imam stands outside the Mihrab but he offers sijdah inside the Mihrab.
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ISP stands for Inside Plant and OSP stands for Outside Plant. According to Building Industry Construction Service International (BICSI), OSP is any network infrastructure installed external to buildings. ISP refers to cable installed inside of the building.
It is the base that the batter stands at to hit a pitch. This base must be touched to score a run.