home run


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home run

A cable that begins at a central distribution point, such as a hub or PBX, and runs to its destination station without connecting to anything else. Home runs are used in star topologies.
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Garver led off the game with a towering home run to left field, and after the Tigers answered with an unearned run, Kepler put the Twins up 2-1 with his 36th homer of the year.
Despite that conservatism, team home run records are poised to fall.
A member of the tribe is guaranteed to make the final four of the Home Run Derby, and the winner of their matchup can plausibly claim to be the greatest Jewish slugger of all time.
She had grown up in rural Trappe, Md., and attended high school with one of the daughters of the town's most famous resident, Frank "Home Run" Baker.
Bruce is tied for the American League lead with six home runs. He's third in the AL with 11 RBI.
Let's call this measure HRKAB, which you're free to pronounce as either "her cab" or "home run cab." The lower the number, the better, since a smaller AB/HR figure means more frequent home runs and a higher AB/K figure means the hitter strikes out less frequently.
In the bottom of the first inning, Park Kun-woo belted a solo home run off the Dinos' starter Lee Jae-hak.
With his first swing, Giancarlo Stanton crushed his 43rd home run of the season to break the Marlins' single-season record held since 1996 by Gary Sheffield.
In baseball, a home run is a hit in which the batter scores by circling all the bases and reaching home plate in one play, without the benefit of a fielding error.
But, you have to be doing something in order to have a chance at hitting a home run with digital marketing.
That's not just his first home run since coming to the United States.