That ball is used by the first baseman to warm up the infield before the next inning. Instead of the first baseman hunting down a ball in the dugout to take out and warm up the infield he is thrown one as he runs off the field. It stays in his glove and he will have it when it is time to go back on the field and play defense.
Latin "deicere," from "de" + "jacere," meaning "thrown down." Today it's used only in adjective form, as in "The players were dejected after their loss."
The syllable 'ob-' is a Latin root, not a Greek one. It means 'toward, in front of'. An example of an English derivative is object, which means 'something thrown in the way'. Another example is obscene, which means 'leading towards filth'. Still another is obstruction, which means 'something built or set up in the way'.
Many words are made up of a root (or base word) and a prefix. Some words also have a suffix. For example, the root word port means to carry or to bear. Attach the prefix ex, meaning out or out of, and you have the word export, to carry out. Attach the prefix im,meaning in or into and you have import, to carry in. Attach the prefix trans, meaning across, and you have transport, meaning to carry across. Now let's attach the suffix able, meaning able to be, and you have importable, exportable, and transportable.The very words prefix and suffix are good examples, too. Pre means before and fix means to fasten or attach, so quite literally, a prefix is something attached to the beginning of something else. Sufis a variant of sub, below or under, so a suffix is something fastened underneath something else (in this case, behind the root). By learning the common roots and prefixes (and a few suffixes) you will be able to discern the meaning of many new words almost immediately. (But do look them up for confirmation.) Take the word abject, for example. If you know that abmeans away or down and ject means to throw, you can easily figure out that abject doesn't mean something happy. Rather abject's root meaning of thrown down is quite close to the dictionary defintion of cast down in spirit or sunk into depression.Now that you have learned that ject means to throw, think how many words you can define almost immediately: reject, project, inject, subject, eject, and so on. Roots are a real key to understanding the meaning of new words you come across in your reading.Note that some modern words are formed by using abbreviated forms of other words. Thus, we see the use of the letter ifor Internet in iPhone, iPod, and iTunes, indicating that these items or services work with the Internet. Similarly, the use of e for electronic appears in words such as elearning (and various forms: eLearning, E-Learning, and so on), e-commerce, and e-business. The "e-terms" seem to have been coined before the "i-terms" became popular. And note that most of the "i-terms" are trademarks, while the others are general descriptors: "I'm going to download some iTunes from Apple's e-commerce site because I love e-music." At any rate, these abbreviated forms are not traditional prefixes, but because they are indeed attached to the front of what amounts to root words, they could be considered functional prefixes.Enjoy this list, together with the discovery of new words and the secret code behind much of the English language. thanks i love you any mre question vist me or add me email@example.com thanks
catches the baseball that's thrown to first base
it does it is thrown from the catcher to the third baseman who throws it to the second baseman who throws it to the short stop who throws it to the first baseman who throws it to the pitcher
An inning in baseball consists of 3 outs. Outs are received when either 3 strikes are thrown to a batter, striking them out, if a player hits the ball and is thrown out at first or if there are baserunners who are tagged out or forced out, and if a fly ball is caught.
The firstbaseman uses the ball to warm up the infielders during the next inning.
When we played, it referred to throwing the ball around all the infield bases; example; after a player is thrown out at first base; the first baseman will often then throw it to the 3rd baseman upon completion of the play; then the 3rd baseman to the 2nd baseman and the 2nd baseman to the shortstop. It's sort of a way to keep the infielders all warmed up and attentive in between plays. Hope this helps!!
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No pitcher in baseball history has ever thrown the minimum of 27 pitches in a 9 inning game.
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In MLB, a baseball will last no more than 1/2 inning. Should there be a half inning when the ball is not fouled out of play and replaced or thrown in the dirt and replaced, the umpire will replace it after the third out.