It probably means your not making contact with the ball at ALL and your just not swinging on the top of the ball. (witch is where you should hit the ball)
take usually applies to the batter not to swing (take a pitch)
"swing away" is a baseball term used to tell batters to take a full swing at the ball. Batters about to swing away will not try to bunt or necessarily place the ball in any specific area to move a base runner around, but will try to drive the ball to their best advantage.
Take it out of the hole and take a one shot penalty and place the ball no closer to the pin and in line with the hole.
it can mean like imma swing to the store real quick what they mean by swing is go
If you stop your baseball swing in the middle and the ball is not in the strike zone, an umpire will look at your wrists. If your wrists are "broken" it is a strike. That means the position of your wrists determine if you took a swing or not. If they are still in the same position as they normally are before you take a swing, you did not swing. If your wrists are in the position they would be in after you took a swing, you took a swing.
You want to push him off the swing.
it can make you swing the bat faster but it doesn't mean you hit better
Baseball caution:dont swing fully it messes up your swing
It Don't Mean a Thing - If It Ain't Got That Swing - was created in 1931.