How do you you hit a home run on bear 2 bear baseball?
you have to ame derectly strait and the bar has to be full green no red
In baseball terminology, a grand slam is a home run hit when the bases are "loaded". Meaning that the home run is hit with runners on 1st, 2nd & 3rd base. The result is that 4 runs are scored. A home run normally occurs when a baseball is hit into the grandstands in fair territory. An "inside the park" home run occurs when the hitter can run all the way from home plate then around…
2 that are a little difficult to figure out are the ones in Bobbing Fur Apples and Bear-2-Bear Baseball. In Bobbing Fur Apples, the gem is "disguised" as part of the background and off to the side (meaning, you have to access the game, but you don't have to play it at all). In Bear-2-Bear Baseball, you have to hit one home run, and then you get an announcement that you found the gem.
Imagine that you could ride a baseball that is hit hard enough for a home run If the baseball is your frame of reference what does the earth appear to do?
Who was the only pitcher in Major League Baseball history who hit a home run at his first career at-bat and never hit another in his career?
The first baseball game in the Metrodome was an exhibition game, played April 3, 1982, between the Twins and the Philadelphia Phillies. Kent Hrbek of the Twins hit the first home run in that game and, therefore, the first home run in Metrodome history. The first regular season baseball game played in the Metrodome was April 6, 1982 between the Twins and Seattle Mariners. The first home run hit in that game was by Dave…
The most common way a home run is hit is when a batter hits a ball over the fence in fair territory. The other way a home run can be hit is called an inside-the-park home run, which is when a batter hits a fair ball that does not leave playable territory and the batter reaches home plate before the defensive team puts him out and there are no errors on the play.