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base1 one of the four corners of the infield in baseball or softball, or the bag marking any of these points. [1/7 definitions]
bat1 a club of wood or metal used to hit the ball in baseball, softball, or cricket. [1/3 definitions]
batter3 the person who stands in to bat the ball in baseball, softball, or cricket.
bunt1 to tap with a baseball or softball bat so that the ball lands close by. [2 definitions]
cage a movable screen used for batting practice in baseball or softball. [1/4 definitions]
catch to play the position of catcher in baseball or softball. [1/13 definitions]
catcher the player who is behind the batter at home plate in baseball or softball. The catcher catches balls thrown by the pitcher.
double to hit the ball so as to reach second base safely in baseball or softball. [1/13 definitions]
field to catch or stop in a game of baseball, softball, or cricket. [1/5 definitions]
fielder a player in the field in baseball, softball, or cricket.
fly1 to hit a baseball or softball into the air. (This is the only meaning of "fly" for which "flied" is the correct past tense.) [2/9 definitions]
foul a ball hit outside of the lines that mark the area for fair play in baseball or softball; foul ball. [2/11 definitions]
glove a large, padded leather glove used by baseball or softball players in the field. Unlike most gloves, the fingers on a baseball or softball glove are laced together. [1/3 definitions]
home home plate in baseball or softball. [1/9 definitions]
homer a home run in baseball or softball.
inning the unit of a baseball of softball game during which each side has a turn at bat.
out removed from play in baseball or softball. [1/13 definitions]
outfield the area of a baseball or softball field beyond the infield. [1/2 definitions]
pitch1 to throw (a ball) toward the batter in a game of baseball or softball. [2/11 definitions]
pitcher2 the baseball or softball player who throws the ball to the batter.
run a score in baseball or softball. [1/30 definitions]