the act of getting two players out on one play
a play by the defense in which two offensive players are legally put out as a result of continuous action
Any defensive play that results in two base runners being called out.
A play in which two outs are made with one pitch.
A defensive play in which two offensive players are put out as a result of one continuous action.
A play which results in two offensive players being put out, provided that no error is committed between putouts.
A defensive play that gets two players out on the same play. This usually occurs when there is a player on first and the ball is thrown from the fielder to second (shortstop or second baseman covers) and quickly to first to get both base runners out. Also frequently occurs when the batter hits a line-drive and the defensive player catches the ball (1 out) and throws the ball to the offensive players base, and beats them back (2nd out).
The defensive team gets two outs in the same play.
A play in which two outs are made as the result of continuous action.
A play in which two outs are recorded.