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infield

1. Cricket the area of the field near the pitch
2. Baseball
a. the area of the playing field enclosed by the base lines and extending beyond them towards the outfield
b. the positions of the first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, and sometimes the pitcher, collectively
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Donovan Evans hit an infield single before stealing second and third.
He discusses a brief history of the infield fly rule, defending the infield fly rule, infield fly rule throughout baseball, and infield fly rule in other sports, and an empirical assessment of the infield fly rule.
Old Dominion has operated a loan production office in State College for about 18 months and has originated about $60 million in loans and $15 million in deposits, Infield said.
It is worth knowing that those with a ticket for one of the infield enclosures cannot cross to the standside.
This can be called the "infield fly play." The point of the infield fly play is that the fielder can convert a double play on an easy fly ball.
2 July 2018 - Chicago, US-based digital brand experience agency HS2 Solutions has finalised the acquisition of San Francisco, US-based digital experience consultancy Infield Digital, the company said.
Infield was born of Gil's love for photography, media, motorsports, music, and sports in general.
Arizona starter Danielle O'Toole calmly finished off the Ducks by getting Kleist and pinch-hitter Madi Bishop with infield pop-ups.
But inexplicably, the Infield Fly rule was never invoked and Navarro was allowed to stay at first base.
Field tested and proven, the InField solution allows officers and investigators at every level and in any location to securely access and perform forensically sound logical and physical extractions of mobile device or SIM card data by timeframe, data types or relevant persons with minimal training.
APS Malaysia (APSM) has been awarded two multi-year contracts for the production and installation of the InField Liner technology worth in excess of $150 million for the rehabilitation of various 6 inch, 8 inch and 10 inch subsea crude oil gathering and high pressure gas and condensate lines, varying in lengths from 700 metres up to 3,500 metres.
This is the result of the Infield Fly Rule, (12) an outdated rule of baseball whose time must end.