Because when they form it, they usually have it dug out of the ground on the side of the Baseball field, hence the term "Dugout".
I would say that it is a fair ball. When it goes into the dugout they call time.
In little league baseball, the home team dugout is the 3rd base dugout.
The dugout for the Indian team was quite relaxed. This is a sample sentence using the word dugout.
In the dugout of baseball there are around 500 bats kept there, but this number may change to 5000 if the team bad
The dugout is a term refered to the place where the players sit. This area was dug out of the ground to protect the ball players from line drives.
In baseball the home team is in the first base dugout and the visiting team is in the third base dugout. So when the Devil Rays are playing at home they are in the first base dugout. When they are playing a road game, they are in the third base dugout.
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He has been hit by pitches over the years and had a close call one year while a coach with the Yankees.
There is no set rule on which dugout is occupied by the home team in the Major Leagues. It varies in different stadiums.
It varies. There is no "official" dugout for visitors or home teams in baseball. It is decided by the team who calls the stadium home. In NCAA baseball playoffs, the visitors occupy the 3rd base dugout no matter where the game is played.
It can turn into a dugout in a baseball game.
It is a place where the people not currently on the field sit. there is one for each team.
The home dugout is the first base dugout.
Dugout sizes are not regulated. A good dugout will be large enough to comfortable hold all players and equipment necessary for the game. Most states do however require that a visitors dugout should be equal in size to the home dugout in various leagues, including high school.
It is called DUGOUT!
No actually... they don't they can just get easy autographs.
The batter is out any time the umpire judges that she has abandoned her attempt to run the bases. In this case, the umpire will probably judge that turning toward the dugout (especially if she advances toward the dugout) is an abandonment of her attempt to run the bases and call her out.
Most dugout floors are made out of concrete with a rough finish to eliminate slips with metal cleats. In some cases plastic mats are placed to further limit slips.
"Benchwarmers" is a term for players who play little and are usually on the "bench" in the dugout.
The home team sits in the 1b dugout and the visitors sit in the 3B dugout.