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sacrifice

(sak′rĭ-fīs″) [L. sacrificare, to make or offer a sacrifice]
1. To give up or yield something of value.
2. To experience a loss.
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The Lions' only run came in the sixth inning on a single by Shephard, who had two hits overall, a sacrifice bunt by Fleming and a Quaboag error.
Oregon right fielder Tyler Baumgartner is 0-for-20 this season against Oregon State, but had an RBI on a sacrifice bunt and later scored a run.
The Rockets (19-5) got a leadoff single in the seventh from senior Connor Fuller and caught a break when no one covered first on John Kewley's sacrifice bunt, putting runners at first and second.
Once the players have mastered the skills, the coach can exploit several excellent play possibilities, ranging from the basic sacrifice bunt to the more complex bunt-fake-steal-safety squeeze options - all within the realm of high school players.
Rookie Mitch Moreland led off the seventh with a single and Taylor Teagarden then hit his second sacrifice bunt of the game.
Russell Martin drove in Jason Repko with a single and Marlon Anderson - atoning for an earlier error - dropped the perfect sacrifice bunt to score Drew.
Janie Takeda gunned down a pair of runners at the plate, and Alyssa Gillespie scored Jasmine Smithson-Willett with a sacrifice bunt to beat a winning performance by Karissa Hovinga.
In the home half of the sixth, Karli Kazanovicz bunted her way onto first base then flashed her speed with a steal of second, advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt and came home when Fluet reached on an error.
Tomko began the inning and retired only one of four batters, that on a sacrifice bunt, and walked two.
Mitchell Tolman reached base after his sacrifice bunt attempt was mishandled by Hawaii pitcher Jordan DuPonte.
Watkins led off the eighth with a single, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by Cody McGregor and scored on the big hit by Walsh, the Engineers' No.
A sacrifice bunt by late-inning replacement Darin Erstad was followed by an intentional walk to Adam Kennedy and a single to shallow center by Jeff Mathis to load the bases.