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To tip a pitch means you are doing something different to tip off the fact the pitcher is about to throw a particular pitch. A subtle change in delivery such as arm angle or speed of delivery. It could be in the way the pitcher grips or re-grips the ball in his glove. A pitcher wants to prepare for each pitch exactly the same way so he/she does not give away what pitch is coming.

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Q: What does tipping pitches mean in a baseball game?

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It means a Quick out (3 pitches or less)

What do you mean by, "tipping out the house." Do you mean giving the restaurant part of our tips?

Assuming you mean in baseball: The number of pitches in the strike zone versus the number of pitches outside the strike zone.

"Pitches in" is a phrase meaning 'helps a lot'.

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For a pitcher to throw unhitable pitches. For Example Clayton Kershaw has a filthy slider.

The pace of the game...

It is a baseball term. The new batsman steps up to the plate over which the pitcher pitches the ball to him.

'Shutout' means the team the pitcher was pitching against did not score any runs.

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Complete Game. When a pitcher starts and finishes the same game.

K is a strike out.

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If you mean "How are baseballs and baseball any different", then baseballs are balls that are used in the game of baseball. Like football.

Using an average life span of a baseball in a typical game as 6 pitches and the average number of pitches being 275 per game. The number of balls used is 46. Factoring this number out to each team in the league playing 165 games and dividing by 2 since two teams play each other each game, the number of baseballs used during a typical MLB season would about 113,850 balls per year. According to MLB, between five and six dozen are used per game (60-70 balls). The home team has to have 90 new baseballs on hand for each game. That doesn't mean they'll use them all, but they must have them, just in case. The average life of the ball is 6 pitches. "According to Ensley, every major league game begins with six dozen balls. He goes on to explain that the average life of a ball is six pitches. Since most major league games average between 250 and 300 pitches, that would put the ball count at about 40 or 50 balls used per game". According to the MLB: "It says between five and six dozen baseballs are used during each baseball game, as many as 72 balls." Each ball costs about $3-dollars, so that works out to $216-dollars worth of balls for each baseball game. Using an average life span of a baseball in a typical game as 6 pitches and the average number of pitches being 275 per game. The number of balls used is 46. Factoring this number out to each team in the league playing 165 games and dividing by 2 since two teams play each other each game, the number of baseballs used during a typical MLB season would about 113,850 balls per year.

It is the last game of a series, when both baseball teams split the previous games. For example, if the series is tied 1-1, the third game would be the rubber game.

9 Innings in a Baseball Game.

most likely game or games.

yes ..... if you know what i mean ;)

There is no definitive answer since pitches per at bat has not been a consistently kept statistic, however according to the original Baseball Abstract by Bill James, Roy Thomas fouled off 22 pitches & eventually worked the count to 3 balls. This would mean he saw at least 26 pitches (22 strikes + 3 balls + 1 ball in play)

Well, I think they called baseball, because for base.... their are bases in the game, and for ....ball, their playing with a ball.

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pitch mens to trow a ball in a baseball game

yes. a base on balls occurs when a batter receives but does not swing at four pitches outside of the strike zone in one at bat