A "k" is a strikeout, from the abbreviation used to denote a strikeout when scoring Baseball on a scorecard. In some stadiums, simply "k" is the denotation; in others, there is a distinction made between a "k" and one which is written backwards. A "k" written forwards means that the battter struck out swinging (he swung at the last pitch, producing the final strike). A "k" written backwards means that the batter struck out looking (he did not swing at the pitch that produced the final strike). In broadcasting, "posting a k" simply means that the batter struck out and does not distinguish between a batter who struck out swinging and one who struck out looking.
K in baseball means the player striked out at bat.
A forward 'k' is using in baseball scoring to mean a batter struck out swinging. a backward 'k' is used to mean a batter struck out looking.
Darrell K Royal Field at Memorial Stadium
Darell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
If you mean in baseball, K is for strikeout, from the letter in the word.
No balls called in that strikeout
A K in baseball is shorthand for a strikeout.
It signifies a new pitcher's strike out.
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