Baseball Lingo-page4, (G thru J)
Game Of Pepper ! Grand Slam ! Hit And Run....
"JUST A LONG OUT" NOT A HOME RUN.....
BaseballLingo-page4 provides much more of the interesting baseball talk in a down home language, vocabulary, terminology or jargon which you hear both the fans and the players using around the ball parks. Whereever baseball folks gather they might as you very well know be talkin and describing this game of baseball in baseball lingo.
This page Baseballlingo-page4 provides an alphabetical grouping (G-J) of selected unofficial and specialized terms, phrases, and other jargon used in baseball, and their definitions, including illustrative examples for many entries. You get a chance to learn more about baseball by learning the lingo of the game!
My goodness what chatter goes on out there on the diamond. Pick up the baseball lingo or jargon and soon you are just one of the team. It can be and would be hard to travel in a foreign country if you don't speak the lingo. Equally true is the same for the enjoyment for the game of baseball if you do not know or understand the language/lingo in common use you are simply bum fuzzled.
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Come now Baseball Lingo-page4 has told you this game of pepper can get hot. You would not want your Mayor of your fair city to get konked on his noggin from a pepper game.
I thought baseball lingo-page4 was going to baseball-talk not about the Goose which laid the golden eggs. Jacks chase from the castle almost cooked his goose right here on baseball lingo-page4.
Baseball lingo-page4 could be totally wrong but in days when there were no fences to send the ball out of the ball-park a well hit ball climbing and landing deep in the outfield briars and weeds someone had to Go-Find-It or Go-For-It thus translated Gopher ball.
It brings the crowd to their feet and the cheering is deafening.
For the moment the hitter is everyone’s hero and he is the toast of the town for many days. The old baseball duffers around town will exclaim I knew he could do it.
A grand slam in the internet/cyberspace world is having a world class support team to help you to develop your very own and personal web site. Take the lead from baseball lingo-page4 direction to do so.
the Grand Slam is one of the most exciting crowd pleasers you will find here on baseball lingo-page4.
The most often seen call is a fly ball drilled into the outfield that bounces over the fence. The other prevalent call is when some obstruction along the foul lines prevents an outfielder from retrieving a fair hit ball that finds its way out of play.
You and I both thought a hit ball between the foul lines could never get lost in a big well lighted baseball park but sometime the bounce of the ball plays some strange tricks. Baseball lingo-page4 reminds us that such things as going into the big tube of infield field covering along the foul lines or getting mixed into the bull pen crowd.
Before a game starts the two team managers meet and discuss what rule to use if the ball goes astray and some particular obstruction of the field does in fact interfere with the play.
These we call the ground rules and they only apply to that particular playing field just as baseball lingo-page4 only handles the G-J alphabet part of the lingo.
This specific group of adoring single women will often become so attracted to their star athlete she/they will attend game upon game just for the thrill of watching her hero compete and show off his athletic prowess/skills of the game. Baseball, does have and always will have, its fan base of "Baseball Groupies."
The Marines when getting a haircut does not need to remind the barber to cut it high and tight for baseball lingo-page4 knew long ago the Marines like it that way.
Since he holds and throws the litle white baseball at his command on every pitch just maybe that is where the ole phrase originated, "King of the Hill."
You will find a whole topical page devoted to explaining this Hidden Ball Trick
The little 2nd sacker is basically defenseless and will be brought down in a heap.
All players in a league of play will soon get the word that (little Johnny) the second sacker for your team will let that ball loose and put a new part into your hair style. Hence the metaphor hit him between the running lights has strategy message written all over it.
Baseball lingo-page4 reminds us that the letters on the players uniform is big block Letters but some times in script format right across the players chest. Make those throws right into your teammates chest or letters.
Like a scampering wampus cat a ball hit in the gap unreachable by the shortstop or the third baseman is by definition of baseball lingo-page4 "hit through the hole."
It is a trapezoid shaped configuration which is a one piece molded white rubber mat.
It is 17 inches wide measured across its front or leading edge and is 8 1/2 inches deep from the leading edge, and then an equilateral triangle having two equal legs of 12 inches forms the tail of the plate.
The plate being one piece but designed by an 8 1/2 inch by 17 inch rectangle buttressed against a 12 inch by 12 inch by 17 inch equal leg triangle. Now can you draw it for me?
Baseball lingo-page4 hopes you do not confuse home plate with the dinner plate at home come supper time.
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The result is that these right handed hitters who get their bats in front of a pitch can drive it so fiercely and with such velocity, it is hot to handle by the third baseman.
It's a matter of numbers i.e. more right handed hitters, more hot potatoes, headed to that third sacker. Thus! Hot corner!
In fact many times he was simply lucky on the play.
They will sit around that big pot belly stove down at the general store and will they tell some baseball tales. This is our Hot Stove League.
Team owners and team managers can take a vacation this coming season because these gentlemen have fully thrashed it out.
Starting pitcher rotation is all figured. The first baseman who only hit .210 is to be sold to the Sally League. Go figure. This is Hot Stuff. Hot Stove League in its full glory.
Then again it might be referring to a pitched ball that hit the ground. You will often hear a player exclaim, "Aw come on Ump, It was in the dirt."
A sharp heads up shortstop calls the position responsible for high pop flies when it is questionable who has it.
The shortstop also should move his fellow infielders around into proper defensive modes. Should we play up short to cut the runner from scoring from third on a ground ball? Should we play back in normal depth and go for the inning ending double play?
I must hasten to say these are the type things that all good shortstops should demand. I'm the captain and this is how we are going to do it.
Managers and coaches of today’s game think it is their job to be totally in charge. How sad.
Let the boys of summer play their game ,they know how, and they will get the job done
A really good heavy hitting player can win a game with that one mighty blast to score either a solo home run or if runners are on base will really cause some havoc with the score.
The pitcher and the coaches do not want this to happen so they intentionally throw four (4) straight balls giving him a free pass and walk to first base.
Two hitters for the softball USA Slow Pitch National Team were called out for hitting fair balls over the fence-in violation of the 10-homer team limit-in a 38-37 loss to the USA Futures in the Slow Pitch Showdown in Oklahoma City.
Seattle Mariners pitcher Hector Noesihas has given up 19 round trippers in a stint of 91 2/3 innings just might be in favor of such a rule for baseball.
Also when a hitter gets a pitch in close near his hands, he is "jammed."
Baseball-Vocabulary-page4 is nothing more than sharing some info to make the game more enjoyable, for it is doubly so, when armed with the knowledge of the game.
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