Entertainment / Baseball / Triple Play
Triple Play: A defensive play in which three offensive players are put out as a result of one action.
Squeeze Play: A bunt with a runner on third base designed to advance the runner home. The runner on third waits to ensure that the batter has successfully laid down the bunt before advancing towards home.
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Splay: A planetary arrangement identified by lack of symmetry and irregularly spaced planets and groups of planets as described by Marc Edmund Jones; symbolic of individualism and nonconformity.
Small Ball Or Playing Small Ball: Refers to an offensive approach where the team uses bunts, walks, infield hits, hit and run plays, stolen bases, and sacrifices to manufacture runs.
Shuffle Play: A feature which employs random selection from available tracks.
Slow Play: (also 'undue delay') not keeping up with the pace of play as determined by the committee
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Straight Player: A player that relies on accuracy at the expense of power.
Too Many Players On The Ice: An infraction that draws a bench minor penalty. It most often occurs when a team is trying to change on the fly and one of the forwards is late coming off the ice.
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