• Definition for "force play"
    • Baseball A play which a runner is create…
    • View More
  • Sentence for "force play"
  • Urban Dictionary for "force play"
    • whenever a couple gets married because…
    • View More
  • Sports Dictionary for "force play"
    • Happens when a batter becomes a…
    • View More

force play definition

  • noun:
    • Baseball A play which a runner is create whenever forced by the batter to move to a higher base and a fielder keeping the ball touches that base first.
    • Baseball The condition under which these types of a play is made: deliberately wandered the batter generate a force play at second.
    • A play for which a baserunner on very first base must advance to 2nd base as the batter has become a runner, or a runner on second or third base must advance because a runner on a preceding base can be so forced.
    • a putout of a base runner who's expected to operate; the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while coming in contact with the bottom that the runner must advance ahead of the runner achieves that base
    • Baseball A play for which a runner is put-out whenever required by the batter to move to another location base and a fielder holding the ball variations that base first.
    • Baseball The condition under which such a play is made: deliberately walked the batter to generate a force play at 2nd.
    • A play for which a baserunner on very first base must advance to second base due to the fact batter happens to be a runner, or a runner on second or 3rd base is needed to advance because a runner on a preceding base is so forced.
    • a putout of a base runner who's expected to operate; the putout is attained by holding the basketball while coming in contact with the beds base to which the runner must advance before the runner achieves that base
    • Baseball A play by which a runner is create when required by the batter to move to the next base and a fielder holding the ball touches that base first.
    • Baseball the situation under which such a play could be made: deliberately wandered the batter to generate a force play at 2nd.
    • A play which a baserunner on first base is required to advance to 2nd base considering that the batter is actually a runner, or a runner on second or third base is required to advance because a runner on a preceding base is indeed forced.
    • a putout of a base runner who's needed to operate; the putout is attained by holding the ball while touching the base that the runner must advance prior to the runner hits that base
    • Baseball A play in which a runner is put out when required because of the batter to maneuver to the next base and a fielder holding the basketball touches that base first.
    • Baseball the illness under which such a play could be made: intentionally stepped the batter to produce a force play at 2nd.
    • A play which a baserunner on first base is needed to advance to 2nd base because batter is becoming a runner, or a runner on second or 3rd base must advance because a runner on a preceding base is really so required.
    • a putout of a base runner who is expected to operate; the putout is achieved by keeping the ball while pressing the beds base that the runner must advance before the runner hits that base
    • Baseball A play which a runner is put out when required by the batter to move to the next base and a fielder keeping the baseball details that base first.
    • Baseball A play for which a runner is put out when forced by the batter to move to another location base and a fielder holding the basketball touches that base first.
    • Baseball The condition under which such a play could be made: intentionally strolled the batter to generate a force play at 2nd.
    • Baseball the situation under which such a play is made: intentionally strolled the batter to create a force play at 2nd.
    • A play for which a baserunner on first base must advance to second base since the batter is now a runner, or a runner on 2nd or 3rd base is required to advance because a runner on a preceding base can be so forced.
    • A play for which a baserunner on first base is needed to advance to 2nd base because batter is becoming a runner, or a runner on second or 3rd base is required to advance because a runner on a preceding base is indeed required.
    • a putout of a base runner who is required to operate; the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while coming in contact with the bottom to which the runner must advance before the runner achieves that base
    • a putout of a base runner who's required to run; the putout is accomplished by keeping the ball while touching the beds base to which the runner must advance prior to the runner achieves that base
    • Baseball A play by which a runner is create when forced because of the batter to go to another base and a fielder holding the basketball touches that base first.
    • Baseball The condition under which these types of a play may be made: deliberately walked the batter generate a force play at second.
    • A play by which a baserunner on very first base is needed to advance to 2nd base because the batter became a runner, or a runner on second or third base is required to advance because a runner on a preceding base is indeed forced.
    • a putout of a base runner that is necessary to operate; the putout is achieved by holding the baseball while pressing the bottom to which the runner must advance ahead of the runner hits that base
    • Baseball A play where a runner is released when forced by the batter to go to the next base and a fielder keeping the ball details that base first.
    • Baseball The condition under which such a play can be made: intentionally strolled the batter to create a force play at 2nd.
    • A play which a baserunner on first base must advance to second base because batter is now a runner, or a runner on 2nd or 3rd base must advance because a runner on a preceding base is so required.
    • a putout of a base runner who is necessary to run; the putout is achieved by keeping the basketball while holding the beds base to which the runner must advance before the runner hits that base
    • Baseball A play where a runner is put out when required because of the batter to maneuver to another base and a fielder keeping the basketball touches that base first.
    • Baseball A play where a runner is put-out when required by the batter to move to the next base and a fielder holding the baseball touches that base initially.
    • Baseball the situation under which these types of a play can be made: deliberately strolled the batter to create a force play at second.
    • Baseball the problem under which such a play could be made: intentionally stepped the batter to create a force play at second.
    • A play in which a baserunner on first base must advance to 2nd base because the batter is a runner, or a runner on 2nd or third base is needed to advance because a runner on a preceding base is indeed required.
    • a putout of a base runner who's required to run; the putout is attained by holding the ball while pressing the bottom to which the runner must advance ahead of the runner reaches that base
    • A play which a baserunner on first base is required to advance to second base as the batter has grown to become a runner, or a runner on 2nd or 3rd base is needed to advance because a runner on a preceding base can be so forced.
    • Baseball A play for which a runner is released whenever forced because of the batter to move to another base and a fielder keeping the baseball variations that base very first.
    • a putout of a base runner who's required to run; the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while pressing the beds base that the runner must advance ahead of the runner reaches that base
    • Baseball the illness under which these types of a play are made: intentionally walked the batter to create a force play at 2nd.
    • A play which a baserunner on first base is needed to advance to second base as the batter is becoming a runner, or a runner on second or third base is required to advance because a runner on a preceding base can be so required.
    • a putout of a base runner who's needed to operate; the putout is achieved by keeping the basketball while coming in contact with the bottom to which the runner must advance ahead of the runner reaches that base
545 votes

How would you define force play?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!