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He is believed to be a professional baseball batter.
Garcia held up the plastic trophy of a gold-painted baseball batter and stared at it.
Referencing a baseball batter's swing at a pitched ball.
She said Officer Powell used a "power swing," a two-handed stroke much like a baseball batter's, that swept about 180 degrees.
The billboards are there for TV viewers - the backdrop to 7-foot-tall men running back and forth on a basketball court or behind the baseball batter.
"A baseball batter has no concept how to hit a fastball that rises like mine, or sliders and curves that break 18 inches."
A ninja somersaulted down the room, screaming, a sword in either hand; Cohen waited in an attitude rather similar to that of a baseball batter. '
It was named after Ponce's own baseball great Pancho Coímbre, who is considered "the most feared and productive Puerto Rican baseball batter of all times."
Now, it is mostly a litigiously guarded brand name, and the five rings are another sports logo, battling for the public's recognition with the swoosh and the Major League Baseball batter's silhouette.
The tennis player or baseball batter, for example, reacts to a moving ball propelled by someone else and understands implicitly that he does not have complete control over his fate; he is subject to what an opponent does.
Scott Campbell (born September 25, 1984 in Auckland, New Zealand) was a Minor League Baseball batter for the Las Vegas 51s in the Toronto Blue Jays organisation .
In order to post a similarly dominant career statistic as Bradman, a baseball batter would need a career batting average of .392, while a basketball player would need to score an average of 43.0 points per game.
He took a baseball batter's stance then, and with a lusty swing that brought the crowbar around in a horizontal arc perpendicular to the wall, he struck the edge of the dome with the middle of the crowbar.
Ms. Coleman said that the dark green PVC-coated polyurethane mesh tarp, with an orange-and-white baseball batter silk-screened on it and a yellow mesh pocket sewn into the batter's strike zone, is a magnet for neighborhood kids.
The batter's eye or batter's eye screen is a solid-colored, usually dark area beyond the center field wall of a baseball stadium, that is the visual backdrop directly in the line of sight of a baseball batter, while facing the pitcher and awaiting a pitch.
In addition, if a baseball batter is struck with a pitch, he is awarded first base; "hitting" the batter includes hitting loose parts of his uniform without hitting his body (baseball rules specify that a player's person includes his uniform and equipment).
In the face of all this, what purpose can possibly be served by a 628-page publication of the bioethics council, an anthology called "Being Human," with its accounts of Peter Pan's short memory, Richard P. Feynman's approach to problem solving and a baseball batter's lightning-fast analysis of a pitch?
At his final stop before returning home, in the United Kingdom, Ruth was introduced to cricket by Australian player Alan Fairfax, and after having little luck in a cricketer's stance, stood as a baseball batter and launched some massive shots around the field, destroying the bat in the process.