one-base hit

one-base hit

(wŭn′bās′)
n. Baseball
See single.
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Singles may not necessarily be for sissies, but stolen bases have declined almost 30 percent since 2011--further indication that the one-base hit isn't in vogue.
Varitek singled in the sixth to record his first one-base hit of the season.
Velarde came home when Todd Greene snapped an 0-15 slump with a one-base hit of his own.
The next striker, Miss Myers, made a one-base hit, which brought herself and Miss Williams home, owing to the futile attempts of the entire opposing nine to pick the ball up from the ground.
42(HR), where Runs is the number of runs scored, 1B is the number of one-base hits, 2B is the number of two-base hits, 3B is the number of three-base hits, and HR is the number of home runs.