They are not shaking the ball at them so much as they are making sure the umpire sees that they are going to toss them the ball. The umpires like to inspect them before putting them back into play. The fielder is telling the umpire that he (the fielder) is removing the ball from the game. Either because, in the fielder's opinion, the ball is dirty or he is going to give the ball to a fan.
Extend the arms straight in front of you, then split them going to their respective sides on a horizontal path.
usually behind or right in front of second base but almost always behind
The players in the front row are Attackers, Blockers, and sometimes Setters.
Only three players are allowed to play in the front row on the court.
A goal is signaled when the goal umpire shows both of his hands in front of them and points.
Only front line players.
If it's just any old baseball that isn't significant, then usually the players just toss them into the stands. If you get front row seats, just ask for one of them to toss one to you.
oboe players usually sit right in front of the conducter
six players at a time. three in the front row and 3 in the back.
To the right of the front row players.
Team Name on the front, below the team name the players number on the front and the players number again on the back. Most professional leagues also have the players surname on the back as well right above the number.
The front of a baseball cap is called the bill. The front of the bill is called crown, the shade for the baseball cap is called 'bill'.
the football players in front to go short disatnces and small players in the back to go long distances
A baseball card is commonly printed on a 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" piece of cardboard. The front of the card features a baseball player photo, name, and team. The back of the card features the players information and stats.
The difference between soccer cleats and baseball cleats is that a baseball cleat has a cleat at the very front of the shoe, making it dangerous to other soccer players if they get kicked. Also the spacing of the cleats are different to allow for different maneuvers.
when defending in badminton players usually play side by side when attacking players play front and back
No. While many symphonies feature solo passages for individual players, none are of such prominence that the players sit or stand out front. What that statement describes is a concerto.
Front part of a baseball is called "peak", i.e. the stiff front part of a cap that sticks out above you eyes.
It's 2.4 percent for 2009, not including front office folks and managers. That's down slightly from 2008. -DokLivy
The players at the front of the field and they are also called forwards.
Line UmpireA line umpire stands at ready position, focusing on his assigned line.The Line Umpire "calls all shots relating to the assigned lines." Line umpires work on court as part of a team of between one and nine line umpires. Each line umpire is assigned by the chair umpire to one line or, in the case of a short handed crew, a position in a system. For example, a line umpire on the receiver's side may have to cover the center service line then, following the serve, move to one of the sidelines. Line umpires are a requirement for professional tennis games.The line umpire signals a ball out by making a verbal "out" call followed by the extension of the arm shoulder high in the direction the ball was out. A ball is signaled "safe" or "good" by holding both hands together knee high in front of the body.A line umpire who is unsighted and thus unable to call a shot (usually because a player obstructs his/her view) signals this by holding his/her hands beside his/her head, the upper side pointing in the same directing as the eyes; that call is then the chair umpire's responsibility
In traditional indoor volleyball, there are six players on the court at a time for each team. Each of these players starts in a specific location which is aptly named by its placement on the court. The front row players are the left front, middle front and right front. The back row players are the left back, middle back and right back. These locations are not to be confused with the position you play -- setter, middle blocker, outside hitter, opposite or libero. The locations are your starting positions, meaning that is where you start before the ball is served. Each player, with the exception of the libero will rotate to each position on the court, both front row and back row. Front row players play at the net and are responsible for blocking and hitting, while back row players play deep in the court and are responsible for digging and defense. Back row players (with the exception of the libero) can attack the ball as long as they take off for their jump behind the ten foot line.
They will have the players picture on the front and stats on the back.