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Who stands on the mound in baseball?

The Pitcher stands on the mound.


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The pitching mound.


What is the pitching rubber?

the place where the pitcher stands.


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In baseball does the pitcher follow the instructions of the catcher?

No, in baseball the pitcher does not follow the instructions of the catcher.


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The coach or whoever may choose a picther to pitch the ball to the batter in the game the pitcher simply stands on a particular line takes one step then releases the ball underarm. If you would like to change the pitcher than call time to swap the pitcher but the catcher can not be pitcher and the pitcher can not be catcher The coach or whoever may choose a picther to pitch the ball to the batter in the game the pitcher simply stands on a particular line takes one step then releases the ball underarm. If you would like to change the pitcher than call time to swap the pitcher but the catcher can not be pitcher and the pitcher can not be catcher


In high school baseball can the pitcher be removed and return later in that game as a pitcher?

No. In high school baseball, once a pitcher is called out of a game he is done for the day.


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It stands for Walks/Hits innings pitched. It is pretty much a stat that shows on average how many base runners a pitcher will allow per inning pitched.


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The positions in baseball are 1st base which the players stands to the right of the base and behind the baseline. 2nd baseman stands in the middle of 1st base and 2nd base. Short stop plays in between 2nd and 3rd base. The 3rd baseman plays to the left of the bag and behind the baseline. Then the outfielders play right, center, and left field. As for the pitcher he stands on the mound in the middle of the infield while the catcher sits behind home plate.


What does AB and BF stand for in Baseball box score for pitching?

Usually AB is an offensive stat which stands for At Bat, meaning who is batting at the current moment. BF usually stands for Batters Faced, used as a pitching stat next to how many batters that pitcher struck out (Batters faced is not used in computing a pitcher's ERA, or Earned Run Average. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earned_run_average)


What is a hurler in baseball what does ERA stand for?

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