What does DP stand for in softball?

How can I designate a Player and a Flexible Player?


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What is the difference between DH and DP?

A Designated Player is usually referred to as DP.As opposed to a designated hitter in baseball, this is similar to the position whereby a player is designated to hit in place of another already in position, however, a designated hitter cannot also play defense.

Is strike out throw out a double play?

As the runner attempts to steal second base, the catcher throws the ball to a middle infielder, who tags him before he reaches the base (second out).Double plays that involve striking out and throwing out are called strike out and throw out.

What do the abbreviations mean in baseball?


Batting average (also abbreviated as AVG) = hits divided by at bats.Base on balls - receiving four balls and moving to first base. Also known as a "walk".The BB/K ratio is determined by dividing the number of base on balls by the number of strikeouts.Additional base hits are doubles, triples, and home runs.

What does DP mean in text?

Can a DH switch positions?

As soon as a pinch-hitter hits for, or as soon as a pinch-runner runs for, the DH, he or she becomes the DH.In game situations, the designated hitter can be moved to the field.In other words, it isn't legal for a DH to switch with a position player.

What is the rarest double play?


In Major League Baseball history, the Royals turned one of the rarest double plays.It is rare to see a 1-5-3 double play, but the Royals' version may have been a Major League Baseball first.

What is the most common double play in baseball?

A double play is most commonly accomplished when a runner is on first base and an infield ground ball is hit towards the middle of the field.

What is full from of DP?


Display Picture is an abbreviation for Display Picture.

What is DP stand for?

Display Picture (chat room) DP.

Whats DP mean in jail?

D.P. stands for Discipline Punishment.

Can you put the DH in the field?

An explanation of.By using the designated hitter rule, a pitcher can be replaced by another player.The pitcher is one of a team's nine defensive players, so the designated hitter does not play defense.

Why is there DH in American League?

American League owners voted on January 11, 1973, to allow teams in the AL to use a "pinch-hitter" who can bat for the pitcher while the pitcher remains in the game.

Has anyone ever pitched a 3 pitch inning?

Completely unofficial, no record books exist for major league pitchers throwing a 3-pitch inning.

Can you do a double play with nobody on base?

It is the general position to be in with nobody on base and the play going to first.Double play depth places the shortstop and second baseman about two steps in and two steps over second base to turn a potential double play.