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  • 181 List of baseball jargon (T) — tablesetter:*a player placed high in the batting order for his tendency to hit for average and steal bases is said to set the table for the power hitters behind him in the lineup.:*an unexpected event early in a ball game, such as a defensive… …

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  • 182 Drum set tuning — Contents 1 Drum Set Tuning 1.1 Tom Toms 1.2 Snare drum and bass drum 1.3 The Process 1.4 Muffling …

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  • 183 Error (baseball) — In baseball [statistics] , an error is the act, in the judgment of the official scorer, of a fielder misplaying a ball in a manner that allows a batter or baserunner to reach one or more additional bases, when such an advance should have been… …

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  • 184 Dosa — For the term as used in Ayurveda, see Dosha. Dosa /Dosai Dosa Origin Alternative name(s) Dosa, Dosay, Dose, Dosai, Dhosha, Thosai, Tosai,Chakuli …

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  • 185 Infield Fly Rule — The Infield Fly Rule in baseball (specifically, rule 6.05e, coupled with the definition in rule section 2.00) is intended to prevent unfair gamesmanship by the fielders that would result in an easy double play or triple play. The rule The infield …

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  • 186 Count (baseball) — Not to be confused with Pitch count. In baseball, the count refers to the number of balls and strikes a batter has in his current plate appearance. It is usually announced as a pair of numbers, for example, 3 1 (pronounced as three and one, or,… …

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  • 187 Foul tip — In baseball, a foul tip is a batted ball that goes sharp and direct from the bat to the catcher’s hands and is legally caught. It is not a foul tip unless caught and any foul tip that is caught is a strike, and the ball is in play. It is not a… …

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  • 188 Batting order (baseball) — The batting order, or batting lineup, in baseball is the sequence in which the nine members of the offense take their turns in batting against the pitcher. The batting order is set by the manager before the game begins (although substitutions may …

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  • 189 Pesäpallo — IPA| [pesæpɑlːo] ( sv. Boboll, also referred to as Finnish baseball ) is a fast moving ball sport that s quite often referred to as the national sport of Finland and has some presence in other countries, such as Germany, Sweden, Switzerland,… …

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  • 190 Uncaught third strike — In baseball, an uncaught third strike (often inaccurately referred to as a dropped third strike) occurs when the catcher fails to cleanly catch a pitch for the third strike. A pitch is considered uncaught if the ball touches the ground before… …

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  • 191 National Beep Baseball Association — The National Beep Baseball Association NBBA was organized in 1976 for visually impaired adults to play baseball. Each year the NBBA coordinates local, state, and regional tournaments, not least among them the Indy Invitational in Indianapolis,… …

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  • 192 List of baseball jargon (W) — wallop:A home run. What a wallop! :Also used as a verb: Pujols walloped that pitch. walk off home run:A game ending home run by the home team. So called because the losing team (the visiting team) then has to walk off the field. The term walk off …

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  • 193 Dropped third strike — Der Uncaught Third Strike (deutsch: Nicht gefangener dritter Strike) ist ein Fachbegriff aus dem Baseball. Häufig wird auch vom Dropped Third Strike gesprochen, dies ist jedoch eine regeltechnisch und sprachlich ungenaue Bezeichnung.… …

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  • 194 Uncaught third strike — Der Uncaught Third Strike (deutsch: Nicht gefangener dritter Strike) ist ein Fachbegriff aus dem Baseball. Häufig wird auch vom Dropped Third Strike gesprochen, dies ist jedoch eine regeltechnisch und sprachlich ungenaue Bezeichnung.… …

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  • 195 Malapua (dessert) — Malapua মালপোয়া, ଅମାଲୁ Amalu (Oriya: ଅମାଲୁ) Origin Alternative name(s) Amalu (Oriya: ଅମାଲୁ) …

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  • 196 Fastball — For the American band of the same name, see Fastball (band). : For the game also known as fast pitch softball, see Softball. The fastball (also called hummer and other names) is the most common type of pitch in baseball. Some power pitchers, like …

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  • 197 Balk — In baseball, a pitcher may commit a number of illegal motions or actions which constitute a balk. The balk is called no pitch and each runner is awarded one base and the batter returns to bat with the previous pitch count.There are two… …

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  • 198 Comparison of baseball and softball — A comparison of baseball and softball can be made as softball is directly descended from baseball and thus contains many similarities; however there are several pronounced differences. Fastpitch softball is more popular in competitive leagues,… …

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  • 199 Betty Botter — is a tongue twister of unknown origin.ConstructionThe construction is based on alliteration, using four words in the English language which begin with B and end in ter (batter, better, bitter, and butter), the fabricated surname Botter (which… …

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  • 200 Baseballfeld — „Baseball Diamond“ der San Diego Padres im PETCO Park, von der Tribüne aufgenommen. Das Baseballfeld oder baseball diamond ist das Feld auf dem das Spiel Baseball gespielt wird. Inhaltsverzeichnis …

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