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⚾️ How Well Do You Know Baseball Slang? Quiz Questions
What does the term "Hill" describe?
What does the term "Bazooka" describe?
When the crowd boos
Strong throwing arm
When a fielder catches a ball with his glove near belt level
What does the term "Lollipop" describe?
A soft pitch or weak throw
A cut fastball
A good fastball
What does the term "Room service" describe?
When a hitter gets a pitch near his hands
A pitch or batted ball that comes right to a defensive player
When a batter hits a single, double, triple and home run in the same game
What does the term "Whitewash" describe?
A home run
To shut out a team
A very long, high home run
What does the term "Worm burner" describe?
An easy pitch to hit, usually right down the middle of the plate
Batted ball that moves across the ground hard and fast
What does the term "Ride the pine" describe?
Sitting on the bench
A player who is scared to swing
When older players mock rookies
What does the term "Southpaw" describe?
A player who makes mistakes
Left-handed throwing player
Someone from the minors
What does the term "Blue" describe?
What does the term " Cup of Coffee" describe?
Short time spent in Major Leagues
When a player has trouble finding the ball
Player who takes forever to do things
What does the term "O’lay" describe?
When a fielder doesn’t get in front of the ball
When the ball goes through a player’s legs
When a player throws the ball way over the head of another
What does the term "Grand Salami" describe?
The Team’s General Manager
The “biggest” guy on the team
What does the term "Ribbie" describe?
Another name for “rookie”
Taking a ground ball to the chest
Run batted in
What does the term "Rhubarb" describe?
Scuffle between teams
The rubber on the mound
What does the term "Bases Juiced" describe?
Other team getting very lucky
Bases totally empty
Runners on all bases
What does the term "Golden Sombrero" describe?
Striking Out 4 times in a game
Whoever has most hits in the game metaphorically wears it
What does the term "Chin music" describe?
A pitch thrown near the batter’s head
Getting punched by an opposing player
Taking a ground ball in the chin
What does the term " Ol’ Number One" describe?
What does the term "Pickle" describe?
When a team uses a lot of bunting and “hit and runs”
Runner caught between two bases
What does the term "Twin Killing" describe?
A double play
When the catcher guns down a player stealing second base
A double (hit)