baserunner

baserunner

(ˈbeɪsˌrʌnə)
n
(Baseball) a baseball player in the act of running around bases
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The new COMMANDO Select Mortar Vehicle and COMMANDO Utility Baserunner are being shown in Booth 03-B30 during IDEX 2013.
Using the four corners of the television screen to represent the bases, players will be able to see the actions of any baserunner through real-time picture-in-picture windows.
29 ERA), who has committed to Arizona and is expected to be selected during next week's Major League Baseball amateur draft, hurt the ankle as a baserunner while heading back to first base on a pick-off attempt.
Other times he might encourage the baserunner to be aggressive or make sure he knows that he is the go-ahead run.
Relay men must keep their heads on a swivel when aligning themselves -- constantly looking back at the baserunner to decide where to throw the ball.
The batter's last responsibility is to turn into a baserunner.
That, in a nutshell, is what an outstanding baserunner can mean to a team.
We do not want him to simply come to a set position, look at the baserunner, then react to what he is doing.
Rasch, a catcher and pitcher, suffered the injury as a baserunner during the league opener.
The Falcons did not get another baserunner until Nacapoy doubled in the fourth.
Four pick-off moves that can make first base a nightmare for the baserunner.
David Cortes and All-Star Brian Fuentes, who recorded his 23rd save, didn't allow another baserunner over the final three innings.