It stands for first, outside, inside, last.
The On Deck circle, because its where the batter that is on deck stands
The pitcher stands 60 feet and 6 inches away batting plate and tries to strike the batter out.
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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
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.
No, if the fielder is out of the field of play (in the stands), then the batter is not 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.
OD stands for outside diameter
no the batter gets a home run and its not a out