a type of baseball for young children in which the ball is not pitched, but instead is placed on a tall tee (noun) and struck with a bat
A form of baseball played by young children in which the ball is not pitched but hit from a stationary position on top of a tee.
(countable and uncountable, plural T-balls)
- (US) A form of baseball, played by young children, in which the batter hits a ball placed on a tee rather than being thrown by a pitcher.
- His dad found that the store-bought baseball stand broke every time the bat hit the tee, but using a medium sized pylon let the kids play a full game of T-ball without any fuss.
- (US) The lightweight wiffleball used to play a game of tee ball.