extra-base hit


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ex·tra-base hit

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

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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Calhoun robbed Gleyber Torres of an extra-base hit to lead off the third inning with a full-out dive into the right-centre gap.
Jose Gonzalez had the only other extra-base hit for the Emeralds with a triple.
You diminish the possibility of the runner at first scoring on an extra-base hit.
That's San Francisco Giants' left fielder Barry Bonds going up against the windshield - uh, wall - to rob the New York Mets' Todd Zeile of an extra-base hit in a May 4 game at Pacific Bell Park by the Bay.
He also doubled home a run in the Cubs' 3-run second for his first career extra-base hit.
In extra-base hit situations, we will use a tandem relay -- have two players (shortstop and second baseman) go out.
Davis went 3-for-5 for the Ems, and Ademan and Polanco each had two hits and drove in two runs for Eugene, which won despite not having an extra-base hit.
extra-base hits drive in runs and we measure sluggers by their extra-base hit performance.
Swenson's home run was the Dirtbags' only extra-base hit of the game, but eight of the nine DeMarini starters smacked a base hit, and four players scored three or more times.
Seven Ems had one hit apiece, with Cordero's homer the lone extra-base hit of the game.
Junior Kevin Quinlivan drove in one run with a double, the Pioneers' only extra-base hit. The other two runs came on errors.
Jorge Polanco hit his 18th homer for the Twins, who lead the league with 241 homers and have an extra-base hit in 79 straight games, the fourth-longest streak in team history.