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ex·tra-base hit

(ĕk′strə-bās′)
n. Baseball
A double, a triple, or a home run.
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ex′tra-base′ hit′


n.
a hit in baseball that enables a batter to reach more than one base safely.
[1945–50]
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1996 -- Seattle's Alex Rodriguez set a major league record for a shortstop with his 88th extra base hit in an 8-5 win over Kansas City.
On an extra base hit, they will look back at the runner three different times -- (1) immediately after their first step to the outfield, (2) when the ball passes the outfielder, and (3) just as the outfielder reaches to pick up the ball.
It was Lidbury's third career hit and second extra base hit (the other was a home run).
Also getting extra base hits for the Grenadiers were Jaimie Klicka (2B) and Morgan Leach (2B).
Chicago's extra base hits as a percentage of total hits--26 percent in 1963, 24 percent in 1964, and 27 percent in 1965--was below the league norm of 29 percent each year.
Boston got their nine runs by way of only three extra base hits. Second baseman Dustin Pedroia hit a solo home run, while David Ortiz and catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia added doubles.
In Serna's absence, freshman outfielder Aaron Jones has hit leadoff and is batting .444, but he also has two of Oregon's three home runs and four of the 17 extra base hits by the Ducks.
It's a hitter's slugging average, which measures how many extra base hits he gets.
As the Cardinals' lineup included the same LHB both before and after the RF screen was installed, the change in extra base hits by LHB should be due to the screen.
He also had a double to reach 1,000 career extra base hits.
The Cougars used a walk and a pair of extra base hits to strike twice in the fourth.
Wodatch started all 32 games this season for the AmCats and batted an impressive .345, including 15 extra base hits. He had 13 rbis, 11 walks and was the team leader in slugging, hits, runs scored and doubles.