Hitting

  • (noun): The act of contacting one thing with another.
    Example: "Repeated hitting raised a large bruise"
    Synonyms: hit, striking

Some articles on hitting:

Bud Hollowell
... Player award while a junior at University of Southern California after hitting.350 in the Series, he participated in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, he was a minor league baseball manager from 1970 to ... of the Alaska Baseball League in 1964, hitting.316 with 14 homer runs and 71 RBI for them and winning the team's MVP award ... In 1965 he played for the Santa Barbara Dodgers and Pocatello Chiefs, hitting a combined.271 with 11 home runs ...
Luis Ortiz (baseball)
... He has published four hitting books (The Natural Hitter Handbook plus three drills books) ... He also has hitting and throwing videos ... Luis was a hitting coordinator with the Texas Rangers from 2009 till 2012 ...
San Diego Padres Minor League Players - Jeudy Valdez
... in 2006, playing for the DSL Padres, hitting.238 with 12 stolen bases in 47 games ... He played for the AZL Padres in 2007, hitting.281 with three home runs, 30 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 47 games ... He split 2009 between the AZL Padres and Fort Wayne TinCaps, hitting.232 with 14 stolen bases in 61 games ...
Lorenzo Bundy - Coaching Career
1995-96 Hitting coach Brevard County Manatees 1998 Minor league outfield and baserunning coach Florida Marlins 1999 Bullpen coach Colorado Rockies 2000-01 Minor ... bench coach Arizona Diamondbacks 2004-06 Hitting coach Tucson Sidewinders - The Sidewinders led the PCL with a.289 batting average and 844 runs scored in 2006 ...
Sports Talk Baseball - Summary
... It was one of the first video games to feature individual hitting abilities for each pitcher ... The most valuable (hitting) player in the game was Howard Johnson from the NY Mets ... HoJo had the full capability in both running and hitting ...

Famous quotes containing the word hitting:

    The toddler’s wish to please ... is a powerful aid in helping the child to develop a social awareness and, eventually, a moral conscience. The child’s love for the parent is so strong that it causes him to change his behavior: to refrain from hitting and biting, to share toys with a peer, to become toilet trained. This wish for approval is the parent’s most reliable ally in the process of socializing the child.
    Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)

    Can we not teach children, even as we protect them from victimization, that for them to become victimizers constitutes the greatest peril of all, specifically the sacrifice—physical or psychological—of the well-being of other people? And that destroying the life or safety of other people, through teasing, bullying, hitting or otherwise, “putting them down,” is as destructive to themselves as to their victims.
    Lewis P. Lipsitt (20th century)

    The fall into the abyss of deconstruction inspires us with as much pleasure as fear. We are intoxicated with the prospect of never hitting bottom.
    Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (b. 1942)