second base

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Synonyms for second base

the base that must be touched second by a base runner in baseball

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the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the second of the bases in the infield


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Vancouver (10-6) scored its only run in the bottom of the first inning when Cullen Large led off with a walk and was out at second base when Vicuna grounded into a fielder's choice.
She spent her time in the outfield and at second base.
The second base man will be working on turns while the shortstop will be working on proper feeds.
Consistent with the earlier findings of normative rules among umpires, the first hypothesis of this study was that umpires would call runners out at second base when the fielder had the ball before the runner reached the base, even if the fielder did not have a foot on the base while holding the ball.
The Red Sox make two appeals on the play, claiming that Gordon failed to touch second base on his way to third and Perez missed first base on his way to second.
On 3 December, FlySafair is also to launch its second base at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, which will enable passengers to fly from Johannesburg to George and Port Elizabeth from R499 one way.
Skinner also may have been swayed by what happened in the fifth inning when Lofton, leading off, tried for second base on his single off the wall.
When the Mets took the field that Sunday morning, there was Alex Romero running to second base while the parents and coaches from both teams applauded.
Throws to second base on a tag play should take less than 2 seconds, not 2 from pop to pop.
Pete was an All-Star at first base, second base, third base, left field and right field.
Defensively, Nix made 48 starts at shortstop and 41 at third base along with four appearances at second base.
Most of the Dodgers' shifts involve shortstop Rafael Furcal moving to the right of second base, giving the Dodgers three rightside infielders.
Balls and strikes count, but anything hit on the left side of second base is considered an out.
The umpire should eject him from the game, but Coghlan should be allowed to stay at second base because his advance to second base had nothing to do with the illegal bat.