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first base

A baseball metaphor commonly used by adolescents in America for the first level of sexual intimacy, kissing, which usually includes open mouth (“French”) kissing.
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Pollock on first base with Chris Owings at the plate facing Cubs pitcher Jon Lester.
Table 2 gives the Retrosheet event codes that indicated each of the seven Ways for a batter to reach first base.
Drill your base runners on rounding first base with a purpose.
Grichuk, who did not locate Moss, passed him by a few feet as he rounded first base.
If the first baseman stays on the infield side of first base or jumps high in line with the base and comes back down on top of the base, the runner must continue to run through the base.
Let's say Burrell hit an apparent two-run RBI double, but missed first base en route to second.
The rules do not prohibit a player from drifting and then turning to the left in fair territory after passing first base, as long he makes no attempt to advance to second.
AirNet's products include the AirSite Base Station, the world's first base station with free backhaul -- winner of the 1998 GSM World Award for Best Technical Innovation.
The batter becomes a runner and is entitled to first base without liability to be put out provided he advances to and touches first base when the catcher or any fielder interferes with him.
The Dodgers moved second baseman Jeff Kent to first base in place of Garciaparra, and started Julio Lugo at second base.
A right-hand hitter who stands a good distance away from the plate can start the bunting technique simply by taking a short step with his front (left) foot toward first base as the ball is approaching the plate.
The fact that Pete Rose reached first base a record 28 times in his career via catcher's interference speaks volumes.