Is there is no such thing as a 'safety' in Baseball. The only reference to 'safety' in baseball is the 'safety squeeze'. There are two types of 'squeeze' plays - a safety squeeze and a suicide squeeze. Generally, a squeeze play occurs with a runner on third with less than two outs and the batter bunts the ball. The idea is that if the runner on third can get a good enough jump as the pitcher is delivering the ball and batter bunts the ball on the ground and far enough away from home plate, the defense will not be able to throw out the runner at home and the offense essentially 'steals' a run. Now - for a 'suicide' squeeze the runner on third immediately sprints towards home as soon as the pitcher starts his windup (identical to trying to steal home). If the batter is able to lay down a bunt, this runner will likely score because of the jump that he was able to get. However, if the batter is unable to bunt the ball (he misses or pops up) then the runner at third will definitely be tagged out. For a safety squeeze, the runner at third does not start his sprint towards home until he sees the batter bunt the ball. This has the advantage of allowing the batter to miss or look at a pitch without creating a situation where the runner on third will definitely be out. However, it has the disadvantage of the runner getting a very slow start towards home and even if the batter bunts the ball well, it is still likely that he will be thrown out at home by a good defensive play. Of note, the 'safety' squeeze is rarely used in Major League Baseball because the poor jump by the runner at third combined with the talented defensives almost guarntee failure. However, in other leagues - high school, college - the safety squeeze is more common.
In sport, when you talk about health and safety, it is nothing to take lightly. A health physical screen from your doctor prior to engaging in sports, as well as wearing proper safety equipment are extremely important.
sports safety is when you know how to fulfill your sport and all your activites with the confidence that you are doing it in a safe and protected way.
Soccer only allows for shin guards as protective gear. Injuries and deaths are common in the sport.
wear full body armour
from rugby to football
Following a fire at the Bradford City football grounds a committee examined the Safety of Sports Grounds Act 1975. They recommended that the Act be rewritten as the Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Act. This gave more powers to the local building control authority and fire authority.
Every athlete has different safety equipment. It depends on what sports that you play.
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to avoid injurys because sports can cause physical injurys. so its better to ware all the safety gear!
Safety equipment is vital to preventing maxillofacial trauma from automobile accidents and sports.
No, you probably won't, but for safety it would be better if i knew what you were taking about.
A safety helmet is a head covering intended to protect the head from injury as a result of striking or being struck by something. Safety helmets are used in sports (such as American Football) recreation (such as bicycle and motorcycle riding), and in the workplace.
Terry A. Zeigler has written: 'Management of bloodborne infections in sport' -- subject(s): Bloodborne infections, Safety measures, Sports medicine, Prevention, Sports