Question: Where can I find a list of baseball terms?

What are all the baseball terms?

OFFENSEAt-bat (AB)Batting Average (AVG)Caught Stealing (CS)Double (2B)Extra-base Hit (XBH)Games Played (G)Grand Slam (GSH)Ground Into Double Play (GIDP)More items

What is an easy catch called in baseball?

Can of Corn Such an easy fly-ball catch is called a Can of Corn. Run Batter In (RBI) − A player earns credits for helping his teammates in scoring points while up to bat. Such a record is called RBI. Grounder or Ground ball − A batsman hits a Ground ball when it bounces off the ground or rolls in the infield.

What is the number 2 position in baseball?

Each position conventionally has an associated number, for use in scorekeeping by the official scorer: 1 (pitcher), 2 (catcher), 3 (first baseman), 4 (second baseman), 5 (third baseman), 6 (shortstop), 7 (left fielder) 8 (center fielder), and 9 (right fielder).

What is a turkey in baseball?

1. Turkey is a term used in bowling to describe when a bowler hits their third strike hit in a row.

What is a dirty pitch?

A filthy pitch is basically a get out of jail free card for the guy on the mound. It can also strike fear in every batter around the league because the fact that this guy has a dominate pitch that cannot be touched is always in the back of his mind.

What is the slowest pitch in MLB history?

31 mph eephus Holt set a new record for slowest pitch thrown in a Major League game since the sport began tracking such data in 2008, landing a 31 mph eephus for a called strike against Oakland utilityman Josh Harrison. Holt nearly broke the radar gun a few pitches later, dialing up a 77 mph fastball when facing Tony Kemp.

What is the most common double play in baseball?

The most common type of double play occurs with a runner on first base and a ground ball hit towards the middle of the infield.

Why is it called a turkey in bowling?

During the late 1700s and into the early years of the 1800s, bowling tournaments were a popular diversion for all, from the working class to the aristocracy. The prizes typically awarded at these tournaments were gift baskets of food, often containing coveted items like a large ham or, you guessed it, a turkey!

What does P mean in baseball?

Definition. Pitches per inning pitched is a tool used to evaluate how efficient a pitcher is at getting his outs -- or how many pitches he typically needs to use to do his job. Calculating the number is easy enough. Its found by dividing a pitchers total number of pitches thrown by his total number of innings pitched

What is a slurve pitch?

: a baseball pitch having the characteristics of both a slider and a curve.

What does Uncle Charlie mean?

curveball One of the early nicknames of the curveball was Uncle Charlie, or sometimes, Lord Charles. This was derived from the name of Harvard President Charles Elliot, who was opposed to the adoption of the curveball and considered it to be cheating. No surprise there, because Harvard was the curveballs original victim.

How fast was Nolan Ryans curveball?

100 miles per hour Ryan was a right-handed pitcher who consistently threw pitches that were clocked above 100 miles per hour (161 km/h). He maintained this velocity throughout his pitching career. Ryan was also known to throw a devastating 12–6 curveball at exceptional velocity for a breaking ball .Nolan RyanVote98.79% (first ballot)21 more rows

What does RA mean in baseball?

run average In baseball statistics, run average (RA) refers to measures of the rate at which runs are allowed or scored. For pitchers, the run average is the number of runs—earned or unearned—allowed per nine innings.

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