Batting

Batting may refer to:

  • Batting (baseball), the act of attempting to hit a ball thrown by the pitcher with a baseball bat, in order to score runs
  • Batting (cricket), the act of defending one's wicket with the cricket bat while attempting to score runs
  • Batting (material), a layer of insulation between a top layer of patchwork and a layer of backing material in quilting (see Patchwork quilt)

Other articles related to "batting":

Sadaharu Oh - Playing Career - Professional Career
... More than just a power hitter, Oh was a five-time batting champion, and won the Japanese Central League's batting triple crown twice ... (Jang Hoon) and Katsuya Nomura), 2,170 RBIs, a lifetime batting average of.301, and 868 home runs ... third in the Giants' lineup, with another very dangerous hitter, Shigeo Nagashima, batting fourth the two players forming the feared "O-N Cannon" ...
Kevin Romine - Biography
... outfielders Dwight Evans and Ellis Burks, batting.274 ... He was released in the middle of the 1991 season after batting.164 ... His career stats include a.251 batting average, with 5 home runs and 55 RBIs ...
2006 Texas Rangers Season - Player Stats - Team Statistics - Batting
... Note G = Games played AB = At Bats H = Hits R = Runs Avg ... = Batting Average HR = Home Runs RBI = Runs Batted In Team G AB H R Avg ...
Glossary Of Baseball - L - Leadoff Hitter
... Batting second, playing second base, Carlos Contacthitter ... Batting third, in the pitcher's spot, is designated hitter Burt "Biggie" Brokenleg ... Batting clean-up, playing left field, Thor Thunderbat ...
Rabbit Maranville - Career
... playing for the Boston Braves as a 21-year old in 1913 even though his batting average was just.247 in 143 games with two homers ... was the Braves’ cleanup hitter, despite batting just.246 and hitting four home runs ... He retired having compiled a.258 batting average, 2,605 hits, 1,255 runs, 28 home runs, 884 RBI and 291 stolen bases ...