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.
steal a base
You can't steal only the computer can steal.
i know 'pilfer a sack' comes from baseball and to pilfer means to steal. So I'm guessing that to 'pilfer a sack' means to steal a base.
no you cant you must have a catcher to steal a base.
it is where you run with no hit
Here is a good one from my logic book:We should not steal our neighbor's car.with emphasis on one of the words, this sentence may mean something else:We should not steal our neighbor's car.This could mean: We won't steal, but my friend will.We should not steal our neighbor's car.This could mean: We will steal that guy's car down the street.We should not steal our neighbor's car.Could mean: We will steal his coffee machine.We should not steal our neighbor's car.Could mean: We will steal our neighbor's car anyway.
You can steal bases in baseball, but typically not first base.
Steal to take something away from someone without asking them.
To rob or steal .
steal the show
to steal or take