ground rule double
and its outta here
third base coach
top of the order
load the bases
base on balls
in the yard
an annual series of games between the winning teams of the two major leagues: the first team to win four games being champions of the U.S.
any of the four defensive players stationed around the infield.
the positions played by the right, center, and left fielders
the player who throws the ball to the opposing batter
the player stationed behind home plate, whose chief duty is to catch pitches not hit by the batter.
the minigame where you try to hit the most homeruns; included in allstar week
the game where the best baseball players in the MLB come together to play one big game; included in all star week
a person who controls the training of a sportsman or team
a boy or young man who takes care of the bats and sometimes other equipment of a team.
a player who swings a bat or whose turn it is to bat
Relief pitcher who finishes out the game.
A defense play resulting in two outs.
A homerun hit while all bases are loaded.
The replacement for the starting pitcher.
A runner crosses home plate without any errors.
The pitcher who starts the game.
The recorded number of steals by a runner.
Three players are taken out in the course of one play.
A pitch so wide that the catcher is unable to catch or block it, allowing runners to advance.
One of nine periods of playtime in an ordinary regulation game.
The next batter in the line-up.
After striking the ball, the batter is able to pass through all four plates and return to home with no errors on the part of defense.
A mistake in fielding the baseball by the defense that allows a batter to reach base or a base runner to advance.
When the pitch count has 3 balls and 2 strikes. The next strike or ball will end the at bat. If the batter hits the baseball foul, then the count remains 3 and 2.
a game in which the pitcher does not allow a single runner on base.
a home run scored in the bottom of the final inning to win the game.