- 1 What position is DP?
- 2 What do the abbreviations mean in baseball?
- 3 Can the DP run for the flex?
- 4 What is DP Flex?
- 5 Can a DP play the field?
- 6 What does G mean in baseball?
- 7 What is a PO in baseball?
- 8 What does R stand for in baseball?
- 9 What does DP mean in softball stats?
- 10 Can a courtesy runner enter the game?
- 11 What factors should umpires consider in determining when to leave the field at the end of the game?
What position is DP?
Basically the DP is a player designated to BAT ONLY for one of the 9 starting defensive players, but with some additional defensive options. Prior to the start of the game you must choose which defensive player you want the DP to bat for.
What do the abbreviations mean in baseball?
BA – Batting average (also abbreviated AVG) – hits divided by at bats. BB – Base on balls (also called a “walk”) – times receiving four balls and advancing to first base. BB/K – Walk-to-strikeout ratio – number of base on balls divided by number of strikeouts. XBH – Extra base hits – doubles plus triples plus home runs.
Can the DP run for the flex?
The FLEX player can bat or run, but only in the original DP’s position. Therefore, the FLEX player and the DP can never be on offense simultaneously. A team using the DP starts the game with 10 players on the lineup card, but could end the game with 9 or 10.
What is DP Flex?
DP/Flex are joined at the hip with respect to the batting order. If both players are in the game, the Flex has number 10 in the batting order (i.e. she does not bat). The only place in the batting order that either DP or the Flex can bat is the place the DP occupied at the beginning of the game.
Can a DP play the field?
Only one (DP or Flex) may play offense at a time and it must be in the DP’s spot in the batting order. Both (DP and Flex) may play defense at the same time by having the DP replace any defensive player on the field (that player then remains in her spot in the batting order and is known as the OP).
What does G mean in baseball?
Extra-base Hit (XBH) Games Played (G) Grand Slam (GSH) Ground Into Double Play (GIDP) Groundout-to-Airout Ratio (GO/AO)
What is a PO in baseball?
Definition. A fielder is credited with a putout when he is the fielder who physically records the act of completing an out — whether it be by stepping on the base for a forceout, tagging a runner, catching a batted ball, or catching a third strike.
What does R stand for in baseball?
Run (R) Runs Batted In (RBI)
What does DP mean in softball stats?
Double Play (DP)
Can a courtesy runner enter the game?
He said that a courtesy runner cannot enter the game as a pinch runner because he’s tied to the catcher. He can enter the game in the field or as a hitter but not as pinch runner as his initial entry in the lineup.
What factors should umpires consider in determining when to leave the field at the end of the game?
15. What factors should umpires consider in determining when to leave the field at the end of the game? A. Leave the field before all fielders have left fair territory and the catcher has vacated her normal fielding position.