1.When two outs are made on one play it is called a(n _______ 2.The ball must bounce on the ________ and be at least _____ feet high to be a strike 3.A homerun that is hit when the bases are loaded is called a(n) ____________. 4.A(n) ________________ is when a flyball is hit, a fielder catches it, and a runner advances on the play.
5.Describe atleast three different options a runner has on second base with one out (i.e. identify where the ball could be hit and what the runner should do).
6.Describe any double play scenario.
7.In terms of base running, describe the difference in a fly ball hit with one out and a fly ball hit with two outs.