if a batsman is out without scoring, then it is called a DUCK.... and if he is out on the 1st ball that he faced then it is called as a GOLDEN DUCK..
He may be run out !
If a batsman is clearly LBW and there is no doubt regarding the decision, then it is said that the batsman is 'plumb' leg before
Ballebaaz means Batsman in Hindi. Ballebaazi means batting.
ppl cry hawzat " HOW IS THAT" in cricket this means they r appealing to the umpire ( official ) whether or not that the batsman i out
The phrase means a batsman have scored century
If the ball hits the batsman's pad (on his leg) and is "hitting" the stumps (so if the batsman wasn't there, it would hit the stumps) then it is out.
In cricket, it means "right handed batsman."
1st 100 runs of a player
"SPECTACLES" means when a batsman gets out on 'duck' (i.e. gets out without scoring a single run in both innings of a Test match) he is said to have scored a PAIR or in other words that batsman is said to be wearing SPECTACLES (cos the 2 round lens resemble a pair of spectacles). When batsman is out for zero in 1st innings and when he comes into bat for 2nd innings...commentator would say "And XYZ .. He is ON A PAIR" (that means he is facing the probability of making a pair) and if he indeed gets out 2nd time also... he would have actually SCORED a PAIR.
Rubber casings are used on the handle of the bat; so 'rubber in cricket' means how the bowler holds the ball and how the batsman holds the bat.