A hit and run is when there is a baserunner, lets say on first base, and the runner takes off for second after the pitch as if he is trying to steal. The batter will swing at the pitch and try to put the ball in play. If the batter is successful and can get a base hit, the runner will probably advance one extra base than normal because he was running with the pitch. If the batter swings and misses or the defensive team called a pitchout, the runner will attempt to steal second base. If the batter hits a line drive at one of the infielders that is caught, chances are the runner will be doubled up for a double play. The hit and run is a risky play that can used as a way to open up holes in the infield for a batter to hit the ball through and as a way to create runs for a team that does not have many power hitters in their lineup.
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It can mean a couple of things. Typically, a lead off home run is hit by the first batter in the first inning of a baseball game. It could also mean that the first batter in an inning hit a home run.
What it mean in baseball (as well in softball) to steal is when the ball has been pitched you run to the next base. But you may have to run back because the ball was hit out of bounds. Another way to steal is when the ball was pitched and the catcher dropped it. Then again you run to the next base.
no baseball was ever hit out of Yankees Stadium for a home run.
The player who hit the "farthest" home run was a catcher for the Cincinnati Reds. He hit the baseball in to a truck, which carried the ball 30 miles
it is where you run with no hit
'Hitting for the cycle' means a player got a single, double, triple, and home run in the same game.
The point of baseball is to hit the ball and run the bases.
What does this question mean? "beat a hit and run"?
The word homer is typically used to refer to a baseball hit that resulted in a home run.
It means that a single baseball player, Hits a Home Run, Triple, Double, and a Single. In one game.
What does this question mean? What is a hit and run unit?
In a run and hit the runner has the option to steal or not depending on whether he gets a good jump and the batter has the option to swing or not depending on if it is a pitch he wants to hit. In a hit and run, the runner steals and the batter is supposed to swing. The run and hit is a safer play.
Nobody hit his 715th home run until 1974.
A ball hit over the fence
Yes, this just means that you hit a home run
In Baseball, hit the ball really hard and then run like the wind!
there is none but you can hit an out of the park or home run
The 500th home run hit by a pitcher in MLB history was hit by Mike McCormick.
In the "modern' era of baseball, Jackie Robinson was the first African American to hit a home run in Major League baseball. As far as the history of baseball is concerned their is no record of such a feat as to amateur baseball games.
Imagine that you could ride a baseball that is hit hard enough for a home run. If the baseball is your frame of reference, what does the Earth appear to do? Incorporate a diagram with your explanation.
Ted Williams Game Used Home Run BaseballThe value of a "game used" baseball hit for a home run by Ted Williams will rely on your ability to prove so. Otherwise it will be valued as a used Major League baseball. The "Game used" home run baseball will have to be accompanied with provenance, and the quality of the provenance will dictate the value. A letter from a player, team, or League official would be acceptable. A letter from a fan at the game would not hold much weight if any. Without provenance the added value will rely on the buyers belief in your story.
Babe Ruth hit his last home run in 1935 for the Boston Braves.