A pop out is when the batter hits the ball high in the air but the ball stays within the infield or very shallow outfield and a fielder catches it.
First of all you have to have a lot of power. Then you have to swing up, but you don't want to swing up all of the time because it causes pop flies which can get you out easily.
I've heard Steve Yeager had the best pop-to-pop time in baseball...An average of 1.65, which is pretty astronomical. That takes a mix of amazingly quick footwork, a real cannon of an arm, and accuracy--to save time on the tag. Guys like Carlton Fisk and Ivan Rodriguez (both nicknamed "Pudge" by the way), had/have averages of around 1.80 to 1.85 throughout their careers. The major league average is around 2.0 to 2.1, so that gives an idea of how quickly Yeager was able to get in down there. EDIT: Incorrect. Sorry, but mlb average is 1.85 to 1.95. Pudge Rodriguez was consistently in the 1.7s, and may of touched in the 1.6s, but I'm pretty sure Steve Yeager never had an average of 1.65. He may of touched 1.65 a few times, but as to the best average pop times, no one beats Ivan Rodriguez and Johnny Bench.
Those are terms used in the sport of baseball.
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There is no acronym for POP in baseball. It can follow pop-up, pop out and pop fly. Pop meaning it was hit off the bat.
Pop usually stands for what is popular at the time or for the time.
1.86753099999 is his POP time.
well would depend what kinda of baseball it is
Buster Posey's pop time is roughly 1.85
Pop Rising throws right.
Michael Jackson is the best pop artist of all time.
It refers to a fastball in Baseball, the Pop is the sound that the cathers glove makes when he catches it
Pop Williams died August 4, 1959, in Topsham, ME, USA.
Pop Smith was born October 12, 1856, in Digby, NS, CAN.
Pop Williams was born May 19, 1874, in Bowdoinham, ME, USA.