the DH stands for designated hitter. it is a player who does not play in the field and only goes up to bat. The game has 9 players that play in the field and bat but if you are using the DH rule one of those players (the worst hitter who is USUALLY the pitcher) does not hit and instead the DH hits for him.
This rule is played in the American League of the MLB and not in the National League. During interleague play the home team is the the rules that they use.
One major criticism of the rule is that a pitcher who does not hit can freely throw a ball at another teams batter without the fear of having a ball thrown at him.
DH was always a pro rule but has started to filter down to college and high school and many people believe it is silly for kids to use a rule that essentially allows someone to not have to play the field and another to not have to hit.
It means designated hitter in baseball, the DH hits for the pitcher in the American league
DH stands for DESIGNATED HITTER, which is a player that only bats he doesnt play the field
a DH only exists in the AL of the MLB. a DH is short for Designated Hitter. the DH hits for the Pitcher.
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When their is a AL team is the home there is a dh. When a NL team is the home team there is no dh.
Once the DH moves to a defensive position the DH is no longer allowed in the lineup. In that case, the pitcher would assume the position in the batting order of the defensive player replaced by the DH.
The DH for the Boston Red Sox is David Ortiz. He is a great player, and when he is up to bat the croud go's wild-and I mean wild-GO DAVID
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No. The DH cannot play a defensive position unless he is brought in for the person for whom he is DH-ing. This is a full substitution and negates the DH status. Should the coach re-enter the original player, he must bat in place of the original DH, and the original DH may not re-enter the game.
The Arabic symbol that is commonly transliterated as "dh" is ذ