the act of bunting the ball.
To bat or tap (the ball) slowly within the infield by meeting it with the bat without swinging at it.
Where a golfer intentionally hits a short shot.
(baseball) the act of hitting a baseball lightly without swinging the bat
hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance
a ball that travels less than ten feet from the batter
a fair ball, which occurs when the batter does not swing to hit the ball, but holds the bat in the path of the ball to tap it slowly to the infield
an attempt to meet the pitched ball with the ball
Short hit that is executed by letting the ball hit the bat (not swinging). Used to surprise the fielders or to advance a runner.
the ball is tapped gently into the infield
An attempt by the batter to tap the ball instead of swinging at it.
A legally batted ball, not swung at but intentionally met with the bat and tapped within the infield.
To hit with the butt of your weapon
The act of tapping the ball gently into the infield with a loosely held bat. Catcher
Hitting the ball softly and very, very, short. This is usually done to advance the base runners. A batter squares his body to the baseball pitcher and lays the bat out horizontally. Upon contact with the pitch, the batter absorbs the energy of the ball, resulting in the ball falling to the ground with little or no momentum.
To hit a shot intentionally short.
Similar to in baseball, it refers to a short shot.
A bunt is a special type of offensive technique in baseball or fastpitch softball. In a bunt play, the batter loosely holds the bat in front of the plate and intentionally taps the ball into play. A similar play is seen in kickball, where the kicker simply taps the ball with his/her foot.