Push-bunt definitions

(baseball) A ball that has been hit with a bat which moves forward by a batter who is in an arms spread stance, usually in an attempt to bunt the ball past a charging infielder.

The push bunt went between the pitcher and the first baseman who was charging too hard.

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(baseball) The act of bunting with a bat that moves toward the ball.

The push bunt is only used in certain situations.

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(baseball) To bunt while moving the bat towards the ball.

Jones push bunted the pitch.

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(intransitive, baseball) To bunt while moving the bat towards the ball.

Smith push bunts if an infielder charges too aggressively.

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