When you "hit the dirt," you slap it with your hands as you dive to the ground. You generally "hit the dirt" when there is something dangerous flying around (like bullets) and the safest place to be is lying flat on your face. Soldiers use this expression a lot during a battle, as do the police if there is a shoot-out.
You see dirt on the ball because it hit the dirt on the ground.
Throw them out of the game.
It is taken out of play.
No such thing, someone has to pay for it.
They do throw the balls out that have hit the dirt after it has been hit. Fielders finish the play and throw it back to the pitcher, and he will throw it back to the catcher to give to the umpire.
The dirt causes the baseball to have more movement when the next pitch is thrown.
You will crash!
Meaning ofI believe it may mean "to damage someone's reputation in a malicious way". See the translations for the idiom "do someone dirt" on this webpage:dirtAnswerI assume you mean "Do you dirt" not "Do your dirt". Do you dirt means to damage your reputation or treating you badly.
Blood and Oil - 2013 Pay Dirt 1-3 was released on: USA: 2 July 2013
The Lone Ranger - 1949 Pay Dirt 1-28 was released on: USA: 23 March 1950