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batted work, broad tooled

A hand-dressed stone surface scored from top to bottom in narrow parallel strokes, (usually 8 to 10 per inch) (20 to 25 per centimeter), by use of a batting tool. The strokes may be vertical or oblique.
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566 batting average and seven home runs, hitting safely in 16 of 18 games.
It can be used both inside and out and doesn't require a batting cage.
Another ground which gives advantage to sides batting first in the championship and second in one-dayers.
By practicing off the batting tee, you will become more comfortable with the release.
Various other batting styles appear to be based on individual idiosyncrasies (Pete Rose, Reggie Jackson, Johnny Bench, et al) rather than any delineated system.
North Carolina junior Jaclyn Holden (Saugus) is batting .
His story: A first-round selection (19th overall) in 2003 out of UC Berkeley, Jackson (El Camino Real High School of Woodland Hills) was the Northwest League's MVP in his professional debut, batting .
Green, who appeared as a pinch hitter in the ninth and walked, is batting .
307 (39 for 127), but he struggled at South Bend last season, batting .
Instead, Dodgers general manager Dan Evans, in the name of a more balanced lineup and more firepower at the position, rented the left-handed batting Fred McGriff for $3.
The Dodgers are in a stretch of facing six right-handed starters in a row, which means switch-hitting shortstop Cesar Izturis is in the midst of batting left-handed six consecutive games.