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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Can you tell me who holds the record for getting an extra-base hit in the most consecutive games?
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He earned his fifth Silver Slugger Award and finished among overall AL leaders in average (6th), slugging (4th), on-base percentage (4th), OPS (4th), multi-hit games (9th, 51), extra-base hits (T-9th), walks (T-9th, 78), intentional walks (8th, 12), home average (4th, .
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