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Two or more planes flying in formation with the ends of their wings almost touching.ANS 2 - Wing tip to wing tip is also a way of expressing the wing span of an aircraft
Yea its a caught foul tip
If you are referring to the distance from wing tip to wing tip, it is usually called "wingspan".
Yes. As long as it doesn't hit the ground, it is still a caught foul tip. So if the count is two strikes, of course, that catch is an out.
The outboard end of a wing.
It's still foul cause the ball was hit in foul territory. Whether a ball is fair or foul is based on the position of the ball when it is touched. Since the ball was touched when the ball was in foul territory, it would be a foul ball.
wingspan is defined as the distance from wing tip to wing tip
The albatross has the biggest wingspan on (or above) the planet. The Royal albatross is 3.5 metres from wing tip to wing tip, and weighs 8 kilograms. The Antipodean or Wandering albatross is 3.2 metres from wing tip to wing tip.
A snow cone.
A foul tip is a ball tipped by the bat that goes directly to the catcher's glove and is caught in the air. It is treated exactly the same as any other strike. The ball remains live.
only the first two strikes and on the third if catcher does not catch the ball then player can run to first trying to beat a throughIt sounds like what you are describing is a foul tip. MLB rule 2.00 defines a foul tip as follows:" A FOUL TIP is a batted ball that goes sharp and direct from the bat to the catcher's hands and is legally caught. It is not a foul tip unless caught and any foul tip that is caught is a strike, and the ball is in play. It is not a catch if it is a rebound, unless the ball has first touched the catcher's glove or hand. "