In the game of baseball, a shortstop is the infield defensive player who stands between the second and third basemen.
you would need speed, hand eye coordination and balance
not sure, he could be as he is incredibly famous in Hollywood and the music game, plus he got a 3 dot pyramid tattoo on his face regardless to what people say ( it's there coz either he seen sum1 get killed or lost a friend) i reckon all that is made up and it's much more to it then just that Just to set the record straight, being incredibly famous, being a musician and having a 3 dot tattoo are not marks of being a Mason, any more than they are marks of being a shortstop.
It is a rarity to see a lefthander playing second base but it has occurred several times in MLB history. Willie Keeler, a Hall of Famer nicknamed Wee Willie and normally an outfielder, played 19 games at second base over his career that spanned 1892-1910. Hal Chase, normally a first baseman, played 36 games at second base between 1905-1919. Bill Hulen, a utility player that also played shortstop,played 2 games at second base for the 1896 Philadelphia Phillies and Don Mattingly, famed Yankee first baseman, played 1 game at second base in 1983.
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The shortstop caught the ball. The pitcher caught the ball and threw it to the shortstop for the out.
Yes, shortstop is a common noun.
The baseball player played shortstop in the game.
Mike Burke - shortstop - was born in 1854.
Rudy Hernández - shortstop - was born in 1951.
Snoopy plays shortstop .