A field is a leveled-off area of land that has been adapted for farming. A field generally has one kind of crop.
The Starting Pitchers for 2010 are,Roy Halladay,Cole Hamels,J.A. Happ, Joe Blanton (and until he comes off the DL its Kyle Kendrick who will return to the bullpen afterwards) andJamie Moyer . The Relief Pitchers are Brad Lidge, Ryan Madson, J.C. Romero, Jose Contreras, Danny Baez, Antonio Bastardo, Drew Carpentar ,Chad Durbin, David Herndon, Sergio Escalona, and Mike Zagurski
To take off your bra at night when you go to bed provides relief to the chest area. It is recommended that women who wear underwired bras take them off at night, to allow the breasts to relax.
No u can not lead off but as soon as the ball leaves the pitchers hand you can get off the base
Yes, Pitchers are included in a 25 man playoff roster. All players on the Major League roster including Pitchers, Infielders and Outfielders are included on the 25 man roster however it is up to each club to determine the number of Pitchers that they need for their team in the Playoffs.
As of 2009, ken Griffey Jr. hit 630 career home runs off of 407 different pitchers. He hit the most home runs, 8, off David wells, and hit 6 home runs off pitcher Roger Clemens.
The exchange zone is the area where the baton is handed off from one runner to the next.
This is from Tim McCarver, so take it with that in mind, but he said that it was born from a comment that an announcer made early on. He said "They look like bulls waiting to be let out of a pen," referring to the relief pitchers.More input from WikiAnswers Contributors:Apparently it is because a long time ago, they used bulls for entertainment and they kept them there.The game was played out in the fenced in areas of fields where the cows and bulls ate the grass making it the ideal place to play ball. Off to the sides was a very much smaller fenced-in area where the bulls where kept when the farmers didn't want the bulls grazing. This is where other pitchers warmed-up ... out of the field of play.Bull Durham tobacco used to be advertised in baseball stadiums, notably in and around (a) the outfield fence and, as a particular subset of (a), (b) the area where pitchers would warm up. That's the brief, vague-ish version, but it's essentially the correct one."Bullpen" has nothing whatsoever to do with actual bulls.Etymology (i.e. genealogy for words) is a notoriously inexact science.The most common explanation for the origin of the term "bull pen" seems to be that Bull Durham chewing tobacco was advertised in that area of the field.I have heard the term came from old small Midwest ball-fields built on farms and near old small western rodeo arenas. They used the old pens where the bulls were kept for the relief pitchers to warm up in, i. e. the "Bullpen".It is called a bull pen because in the early day's they had baseball fields and farms and the pitcher would warm up in the same pin as a bull. This would get there adrenalin going and get the pitcher ready.
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The origin of the term bullpen is debated with no one theory gaining unanimous, or even substantial, prevalence over another. The term first appeared in wide use shortly after the turn of the 20th century and has been used since in roughly its present meaning. Some of the most common theories are: The bullpen symbolically represents the fenced in area of a bull's pen, where bulls wait before being sent off to the slaughter. The relief pitchers are the bulls and the bullpen represents their pen. Late arrivers to ball games in the late 19th century were cordoned off into standing room only areas in foul territory. Because the fans were herded like cattle, this area became known as the bullpen, a designation which was later transferred over to the relief pitchers who warmed up there. At the turn of the century, outfield fences were often adorned with advertisements for Bull Durham Tobacco. Since relievers warmed up in a nearby pen, the term bullpen was created. In the 1800s, jails and holding cells were nicknamed bullpens, in respect of many police officers' bullish features -- strength and a short temper. The term was later applied to bullpens in baseball. Casey Stengel suggested the term might have been derived from managers getting tired of their relief pitchers "shooting the bull" in the dugout and were therefore sent elsewhere, where they wouldn't be a bother to the rest of the team -- the bullpen. How serious he was when he made this claim is not clear.
It is called a foul
The earliest known use of the term in print was in 1988, and quoted a relief pitcher who was disgusted that he had to "walk off" the field after giving up the winning hit. In the next decade or so the term just took hold.
for a quick relief ,u can apply kerosene oil to get relieved from the severe pain,and then u can wash it off and apply turmeric paste on the affected area and put the bandage over it .
it depends on where it is. if it is near home plate the catcher should get it. if it is closer to the pitchers mound than the catcher than the catcher should get it. you should call the other guy off if you are getting it so there will be no confusion on who is getting it.
The pitcher and the rest of the team.
The number of game a professional baseball player can play depends on his position, health and manager. There are usually 7 games a week and depending on the team schedule sometimes there is an off day on Monday or Thursday. A healthy starting position player (a player who on defense plays as an infielder, outfielder or catcher) could play every game of the week. However, managers sometimes give their players a day off for health reasons or just a normal day off. Also bench players only play when the managers decide to put them in the game, so they only play 3 or 4 games a week. Moreover, pitchers play considerable less games than position player. Relief pitchers, those who pitch in the middle of the game, could play 2 to 4 game depending on the manager and the players abilities. Starting pitchers usually play at least once week and 1 or 2 starters pitch twice a week. Most baseball teams have 5 starters and pitchers are usually given 4 days of rest. Therefore, in a week of 7 games two pitchers on a team could pitch twice.
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Rosin absorbs moisture and pitchers use it to take the sweat off of their pitching hand and arm.
no dead ball
the referee There are a number of officials on the field for a game. At the highest level, there are a referee and two umpires on the field. Off the field, there is a bench official (timing and score) and a box official (penalty box and substitution area). At the lowest level, all these functions are performed by a single official, the referee.
The pitchers foot must stay on the rubber until either, they legally step-off the mound, attempt a pickoff, or release the ball when pitching.