That's not impossible, but I'd say pretty long odds. A tripple play
like the one you describe is pretty rare. If it were me I'd opt for
slamming that ball as hard as I could, try and knock that ball out of
the stadium, and run as fast as I could. With the bases loaded like
that no matter what the chances are high you will score at least one
maybe two home runs. More home runs is icing on the cake.
On 1/30/11, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> It could be good strategy. Let's say that the bases are loaded, there is
> only one out, and the pitcher has pitched to you 3 balls outside the strike
> zone. The count is 3 balls and no strikes. Here comes a curve ball.
> Maybe, because the pitcher isn't concentrating, or because he's lost his
> good control, he will walk you, and you score another run. Then again, you
> might hit a brounder to the third baseman, he fields it, steps on third base
> before the runner from second base gets to third, throws the ball home to
> the catcher who tags the runner from third, and, maybe, he then throws to
> first base before you get there. Tripple play, you didn't score, their
> pitcher is out of a big jam, and you blew it. A bit far fetched, but it
> could happen. who
> Laughter is the best medicine, so look around, find a dose and take it to
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