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When their is a AL team is the home there is a dh. When a NL team is the home team there is no dh.
The Norco team DH is better
There is a DH if the game is played in the American League team's ballpark. There is no DH if the game is played in the National League team's ballpark.
In MLB, games between two American League teams always use the DH and games between two National League teams do not use the DH. When a team from the American League is playing a team from the National League, the rules used are those of the home team's league. If the home team is an American League team, the DH is used. If the home team is a National League team, the DH is not used.
Once the DH takes a defensive position in the field, his team can no longer use a DH.
A baseball team only bats 9. A DH can bat in any player's place, but that player will not bat in the 10th spot.
MLB rule 6.10(b) states, in part: ...Once the game pitcher is switched from the mound to a defensive position this move shall terminate the Designated Hitter role for the remainder of the game... So, in response to the question, the team loses the DH permanently (for the rest of that game).
Yes. In MLB, a player who starts the game as the DH may be inserted into the game as a fielder. If this is done, the team loses the ability to use a DH and the pitcher must be inserted into the batting lineup.
man u, dh it's just the best dh, it is obviously not manchester united! a number of clubs have won 5 or more times, united have not, liverpool have, facts speak for themselves, dh
I think a dh stands for the designated hitter. This is an individual that is not a regular part of the 9 person Baseball team, but is actually the 10th person and is used only to substitue as a designated hitter.Designated Hitter
I think a dh stands for the designated hitter. This is an individual that is not a regular part of the 9 person baseball team, but is actually the 10th person and is used only to substitue as a designated hitter.Designated Hitter
There are two major leagues in Japanese baseball, the Central League and the Pacific League. The Central League adopted the DH in 1975 but the Pacific League does not use the DH. Interleague play began in 2005 and the Pacific League now uses the DH when playing in a Central League team's park, similar to how the National League uses the DH when playing in an American League park.