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_________________________________ On the keyboard there is lower case "dash" and upper case "line" (next to the number 0). Hit SHIFT and hold the shift key then continuously press the "line" ____________________________________________________
Most calculators have a +/- (+ is positive, - is negative) symbol on them, which allows you to use the negative function. To do so, simply key in the number, then hit the +/- sign, which will then put the number in negative (minus) status. But if you already have a negative number, for example if you key in 25 - 30, you will have a -5, then you can hit the symbol to make it a positive number if that's what you want. In other words, when you hit that function, it will give you the opposite of what's in it at the time. For example, if the display shows a positive number and you hit that function, you will then have a negative number. If it shows a negative number and you hit that function, you will then have a positive number.
"The Boy Is Mine" by Brandy and Monica was the number 1 hit on June 27, 1998.
No. Only hits, walks, and times hit-by-pitch improve a hitter's OBP.
Light my Fire.
he is the first batter out of nine in the line up
They hit behind the setter and usually come as a surprise hit. They hit cross court or line kills. And they can be a setter also.
a third baseman guards the line when there is a dead pull hitter, someone who tends to hit the ball to the left,at the plate. a first baseman guards the line when a batter comes up who has a tendency to hit the ball to the right, down the first base line. this is usually a lefty hitter
actually there's never been a giant to hit a no hitter because you pitch a no hitter not hit it
Miguel Cabrera hit .344 for Detroit in the AL (2011).
You see which ones are most likely to get on base for the first 3 batters, and the 4th is who can hit the ball far, in hopes of driving in a grand slam or the most possible people. For 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th, it is 5th the best hitter in the 5th-9th group and 9th the worst, and line 6th to 8th up accordingly.------------------------------------------------------------------The Basic lineupHitter one - should have speed, and have a high on base average. Hitter two - should have the same qualities as the number one hitter but also be apt in hitting the baseball with precisions to sacrifice or hit the ball so that the runner on base can be advanced or moved into scoring position.Hitter three- is your best overall hitter, that could hit for both average, and for power.Hitter four - is your "cleanup hitter" A batter that has the ability to drive in runs with both power, extra base hits, and should also be a high average hitter.Hitter five is also an RBI spot, and should also be a good enough hitter to "protect" the number 4 hitter. Otherwise the opposing team could avoid pitching to the number 4 hitter and pitch to the weaker number 5 hitter in a RBI situation.Hitter six should have the same qualities as the number 5 hitter.This trend should continues to the 7th, 8th, or 9thhitters your weakest hitters on the team. The 9th spot in the order is reserved for the pitcher in the National League. In the American league the number 9 hitter should have some speed as not to slow down the number one hitter when getting on base when the lineup turns over or act as a lead off hitter to start an inning.
The best way for me is to let go of the ball right when you hit the line.
This line is called the ten foot line.
It means to throw balls (in baseball) that are hard to hit so that the hitter will not hit them but he might get walked.
basically they hit the poles that the flags are attached to. this is because they want to get the best line possible to gain speed and achieve a better time. By hitting the gates it means they can get a tight line
You have the best chances of getting an ace if you hit the line, either in the middle or in the corner.