home plate

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  • Since the series ended in five games, he did not get to work home plate.
  • It is located at the home-plate entrance and open year-round.
  • Originally, home plate was located in today's left-centre field.
  • Some groups allow for a more defensive game by making home plate a force out for first base.
  • Both times as he crossed home plate, he looked up and pointed to the sky.
  • The numbers mean the number of feet from home plate to the wall of that part of the field.
  • Home plate is a baseball term for the final base that a player must touch to score.
  • If he got across the home plate in time enough it would give the Army the lead by one run. Cited from Dick Prescotts's Fourth Year at West Point, by H. Irving Hancock
  • Thousands of east-end seats were very far from home plate, and were not sold unless needed.
  • The field's seating is located behind home plate and along the third base line.
  • The field used an east-west field configuration (home plate to right field).
  • At each corner of the square are bases called first, second, third and home plate. Cited from Outdoor Sports and Games, by Claude H. Miller
  • I edged in and got a position just behind the stone that served as home plate. Cited from The Redheaded Outfield, by Zane Grey
  • Its new dimensions are from home plate to left and right fields, and to center.
  • They sprint down the warning track, around home plate and continue toward first base.
  • As the park entered the new century, it featured a small covered grandstand behind home plate.
  • The imaginary line running from home plate through second base runs roughly east-southeast.
  • A press box is located behind home plate.
  • The left field fence was apparently quite close to home plate.
  • This would have placed it at an estimated from home plate.
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