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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The research methodology was very simple: obtain a list of home runs hit in each major league park from the SABR Home Run Log and review the box scores and the newspaper game accounts of all games with home runs.
ANAHEIM -- With the number of games in the season fading and his at-bats dwindling because of the emergence of Juan Rivera, Tim Salmon knows he might finish his career without hitting 300 home runs.
Bonds's relentless home run march suggested that the game being played on the modern diamond wasn't baseball at all," comment Fairnaru-Wada and Williams, "at least the way it had long been known.
This year McGwire has an excellent shot at shattering Roger Maris's 1961 record of 61 home runs in a single season.
Louis Cardinals meet in Game Three of the 2006 World Series, all of America will be hungry for a home run over left or left center field.
He got the first two outs in the top of the sixth before Bradley stepped up to the plate and hit a slider for his seventh home run of the season, tying the score.
The 60 home run barrier, virtually unattainable for decades, was surpassed six times between 1998 and 2001.
For every home run hit by a CENTURY 21 Home Run Derby participant after his 9th out, Major League Baseball and CENTURY 21 will combine to donate $21,000 to charity.
It was the third longest home run in the ballpark's history behind a 503-foot shot by Richie Sexson in 2004 and a 473-foot drive by Scott Rolen in 1999.
A home run like Kirk Gibson's seems larger than life," said Wheaties Marketing Manager Eric Treschuk.
Cabrera also has an impressive streak of his own that he extended in the second inning with a home run.