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[Japan S] Should Giants use Sumitani?Is the left batter effective for capturing the left arm Moore ... Point analysis of Round 3

 
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batter

batter(Dasha) orBatter (British: batter) Isbaseball,soft ballorcricketAtpitcherThrowball,batUsingBlowToplayerThat is.

cricketBatters are generallyButtsman Called (batsman),オーストラリアThen it is called a batter.

The baseball batter will be described below.

Overview

The team has 9 players in advance when attackingBatting orderIs set. According to this, each player becomes a batter when it is his turn,batHave a batter's seat (batters box,At-batAlso called). The turn at bats are provided on the first base side and the third base side across the home base, but which one to use may be selected depending on the batter's way of hitting. A batter located on the third base side is called a right batter or a right batter, and a batter located on the first base side is called a left batter or a left batter. The general batter is either right-handed or left-handed, but some can hit both left and right.Switch hitterCalled.

The batter who stands in the turn at bat takes a batting posture and hits a pitch with a bat. However, it is up to the batter to decide whether or not to actually hit the pitch. If the batter did not hit (did not hit),Ball refereeBystrikeorballIs declared.

The batterHitOr hitFour balls-Dead ballIf you go to base, you will become a runner. Especially the batterFirst baseUntil you reach the base or until the batting order turns to the next batterBatter runnerIt is sometimes called (Dasha Sosha) and distinguished. The batter, for some reasonoutComplete the blow by retreating from the ground or going to base as a runner. As a result, the batter is recorded with a turn at bat "1". When the batting is completed, the batting order turns to the next batter.

"Batter" as a pitcher's record is the total number of batters who have played. When the above-mentioned "batter completes the hit", the batter "1" is recorded in the pitcher who is pitching at that time regardless of the result.

Below, this item also describes batter-runners, but the details of the rules as runners arerunnerSee also the section.

When the batter goes out

In the following cases, the batter is sentenced to out.

  • When a fair or foul ball (excluding a foul tip) is properly captured by a fielder[1].
  • When sentenced to a third strike (thisStrikeout),
    1. catcherWhen the pitch is properly caught[2].
    2. No death or one death, with a runner on first base[3].
      Regular catchIsCompletely catching a pitcher's no-bound pitch with the catcher's hand or mittIs[4].. If there is no runner on first base with no death or one death, or if the catcher does not properly catch the third strike, the batter will not be out immediately, but will be a runner and obliged to advance to first base. (For example, the state is the same as when hitting the infield ground ball). thisRun awayThat.
  • 2 Pitching after a strikeBuntdo it,Foul ball(Often referred to as a three-bunt failure, which is also a strikeout as a third strike is declared)[5].
  • Infield flyWhen declared[6].
  • 2 After the strike, the batter hits (including the case of a bunt), but the pitcher touches the batter-runner without touching the bat.[7].
  • A batter-runner hits a ball that the infielder has not touched yetFairWhen touched in the area[8].
  • When the bat hits the ball of the fair hit or bunted by the batter again in the fair area[9].
  • When a batter deliberately derails a ball that is moving in the foul area without being determined to be a foul when he hits or bunts and then runs to first base.[10].
  • If you are touched by your body or first base after being sentenced to a third strike or after hitting a fair ball and before touching first base[11].
  • When defending against first base, when running in the second half of the home base, the batter runs outside the three foot line (on the right side) or inside the foul line (on the left side) to throw the ball to first base. When the referee finds that it has interfered with the movement of the fielder trying to capture[12].
    It is permissible to run outside the three foot line (on the right side) or inside the foul line (on the left side) to avoid the fielder handling the ball.[12].
  • Intentional ballWhen declared[13].
  • When you hit the bat with one or both feet completely out of the batter's box (this)Foul hit ballSay)[14].
From the batter's boxCompletely stick outIsPut all your feet out of the white line showing the batter's boxAs long as the foot is on the white line (stepping on the white line), it will not be a foul hit.

When the batter can safely advance to the base

If the hit ball is as follows, the batterSafely advanceIs allowed to do.

  1. When home base is given
    • Home runIf you hit. Or, when a hit ball that would obviously be a home run hits a grab or hat thrown by a crowd, a bird, or a fielder.
  2. 3Safety advancement rightIf given
    • Move away from or throw away the hat, mask, glove, mitt, etc. that the fielder originally wore.PlayIf you intentionally touch it. In this case, since it is a ball-in-play, the batter-runner may advance to the home base with the intention of going out. Even if it is thrown, it will continue as it is if it does not touch the hit ball.
  3. When two ground rules are given
    • When the hit ball bounces and then enters the stand, or when the hit ball that the fielder touches and changes course enters the foul stand. Or if you get caught in a fence, scoreboard, tree, etc. In Japan these are called Entitled to Base. In this case, it is dead ball.

In the following cases, the batter is safely given first base. The batter must advance to first base and touch first base.

Of the above, hit by pitch, striking interference, and defense interference are dead balls, but walks are ball-in-play. If a batter-runner who walks to first base moves away from base, he will be out when he is touched.

In the above cases, the batter is obliged to touch first base. When the bases loaded in the back of the last round or the extended round, the game will be decided by pushing out with the above play (Goodbye game) In that case, the third base runner and the batter runner are obliged to advance to the base. If the third base runner / batter runner does not advance to the home base / first base and does not touch the base even after an appropriate time, the referee declares out without waiting for the appeal of the defensive side.

the term

Average hitter
A batter who leaves a stable batting average. Sometimes referred to as a "skilled batter".
Antille Borer (Antil Hitter)
A batter who does not aggressively hit the ball and goes to identify the ball. Also called "waiting ball style".This type of batterFour ballsThe on-base percentage tends to be higher than the batting average.
Opocite hitter
Opposite fieldA batter who does (opposite field). In particular, it refers to a batter whose hit ball naturally flows in the opposite direction.Chiba Shigeru,Mike Piazza,Tomohiro NiokaAre typical examplesHome runMost of them are opposite fields.
Gap hitter
A batter who is good at hitting a ball that passes between outfielders (middle right and middle left).doubleThere are many players who mass-produce.
Ground ball hitter
GoroA batter who often hits.
Clutch hitter
A batter with a high batting average in the scoring position and a batter with a strong game.
Spray hitter
Pull・ A batter who can hit a ball in a wide angle by pouring.
Slap hitter
A batter who aims to hit between infielders and overhead from a compact swing.
Slugger
Mainly, batters who can fly a ball with a long distance,Home runRefers to batters with many. Also known as a "cannon," "long-range gun," "smasher," or "home run batter."IsoPA batter with a high number is particularly applicable.
Highball hitter
A batter who is strong against a high ball.
Bad ball hitter
A batter who actively hits a ball. Especially with a ballHitHe is a batter who has the ability to play, and is often an average hitter. Also, by hitting a ball, there are often extremely few walks, andStrikeoutThere are few.Ichiro,AJ PiazinskyIs a typical example. On the other hand, a batter who strikes out a ball and strikes out is called a fleece swinger.AJ PiazinskyAlthough he has few strikeouts, he has a lot of first ball hits, so he is a bad ball hitter as a type, but he is called a fleece swinger).
Flyball hitter
flyA batter who often hits sexual hits.
Fleece swinger
Of the bad ball hitters who reach out to any ballSelected eyeA batter with poor meat skills. Such a batter is less likely to have a high batting average, a high ball swing rate, few walks, and a strong tendency to strike out.
Pull hitter
A batter with a lot of pull. This type of batter is often in an extreme defensive formation due to the biased direction of the ball.shift) Is laid. As a representative batterMasahiro Doi,Nobuhiro Matsuda,T-Okada,Sho NakataAnd so on.
Line drive hitter
linerA batter who often hits sexual hits. There are two types of batters: a batter who can hit a liner-type ball by power and a batter who can intentionally hit a liner-type ball by bat control. The former is more common in sluggers, the latterJulio FrancoThere are many average hitters who can hit a hit ball between the XNUMXth base and the XNUMXrd base.
Low ball hitter
A batter who is strong against low balls.

footnote

[How to use footnotes]
  1. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (1)
  2. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (2)
  3. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (3)
  4. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (2) [Original Note]
  5. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (4)
  6. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (5)
  7. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (6)
  8. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (7)
  9. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (8)
  10. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (9)
  11. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (10)
  12. ^ a b Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (11)
  13. ^ Official Baseball Rules 5.09 (a) (12)
  14. ^ Official Baseball Rules 6.03(a)

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