Words nearby base runner
Origin of base runner
OTHER WORDS FROM base runnerbase running, noun
Examples from the Web for base runner
We will now illustrate more particularly the manner in which the base-runner can be thus put out.
A wild pitch is a ball thrown by the pitcher out of the fair reach of the catcher, and on which a base-runner gains a base.
That is, a player occupying the second base, when there is no one on the first base, cannot force a base-runner off the third.
Beginning with the more mechanical features, the first qualification for a base-runner is the ability to start quickly.
A passed ball is a throw by the pitcher which the catcher should stop but fails, and by his failure a base-runner gains a base.