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Baseball Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Baseball
If you have the ball in your hand and someone on the opposing team (the offensive team) is running to first base what is the safest way to get them out?
  1. Pass to the pitcher
  2. Hit the kicker with the ball
  3. Pass to the defensive team member guarding first base
Grade 6 Baseball
What is your goal as an infielder when the coach has the infield in with bases loaded, no outs?
  1. To get the ball quicker if they bunt
  2. To try to get a double play
  3. To throw home to get force out and save a run
Grade 2 Baseball
None Baseball
A good base runner will
  1. Fight hard off and fight hard back.
  2. Take half his lead if the pitcher is not on the rubber.
  3. Work fast on the bases to apply pressure base running.
  4. Round first base and make the outfielder stop the play.
  5. All of the above.
Grade 6 Baseball
There are 2 outs, runners on 2nd and 3rd. A grounder is hit to an infielder. Where is the play?
  1. Home, try to stop team from scoring.
  2. 1st base always, because there are 2 outs
  3. 3rd Base because you think you can get the tag out
Grade 9 Baseball
With one out and a runner on third base, the batter hits the ball in the air deep to left field. The runner on third should:
  1. Wait on the base until the ball is dropped or caught to tag up
  2. Run half way down the baseline and stop to watch the ball.
  3. Keep an eye on the batter.
  4. Run home.
Grade 2 Baseball
With the bases loaded, where are the force plays?
  1. 1st base
  2. 2nd base
  3. 3rd base
  4. Home plate
  5. All of the above
Grade 2 Baseball
There are 2 outs and runners on 2nd and 3rd. Max is playing 3rd and a grounder is hit to Max. What should Max do?
  1. Try and tag the runner coming to 3rd
  2. Step on 3rd for the 3rd out of the inning
  3. Look the runner on 3rd back and then throw to first
  4. Throw to first
  5. None of the above
  6. All of the above
Grade 9 Baseball
The top and bottom of the strike zone are
  1. midpoint between the top of the shoulders and the top of the uniform pants / top of the knee
  2. midpoint between the top of the shoulders and the top of the uniform pants / bottom of the knee
  3. armpit to the top of the knee
  4. armpit to the bottom of the knee
Grade 2 Baseball
With nobody on and no outs, a grounder is hit through the to the right of second and through the infield. Who should the right-center fielder throw to?
  1. 1st base to try and get the force out
  2. 2nd baseman covering 2nd
  3. Shortstop covering second
  4. The second base cutoff man
  5. Either C or D
  6. None of the above. He should always run the ball in
Grade 2 Baseball
What should the Right Fielder do after a leadoff single is hit to him and the runner rounds 1st base and gets 'hung-up' between 2nd and 1st? Choose the best answer.
  1. Throw the ball to 1st base
  2. Throw the ball to 2nd base
  3. Run straight at the runner and make the runner committ one way or another
  4. Throw the ball to the Pitcher
  5. Hold the ball
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