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A walk off is when the home team scores the winning run in the bottom of the final inning, and the hitter and any baserunners get to walk off the field with the victory. Most games end when a team that holds the lead records the final out. Somehow when the defense walks off the field as the winners, it is not considered walking off.

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A 'lead off walk' is when the first batter (lead off) of an inning gets on base from a base on balls (walk).


The "walk-off" home run is a media made up term and is not an official statistic in baseball. There is no record for "walk-off" home runs for Mantle or any other player.


The earliest known use of the term in print was in 1988, and quoted a relief pitcher who was disgusted that he had to "walk off" the field after giving up the winning hit. In the next decade or so the term just took hold.


A walk off hit is a hit that ends the game. This term was coined in reference to the opposing pitcher having to "walk off" the mound in defeat. However, the winning team also gets to walk off, with a in. A walk off win can only happen when the game is in the 9th inning or later (extra innings) and the home team scores the winning run.


A walk off is when the player gets a hit that ends the game, and " walks off " the field.


The term 'walk off' refers to when the home team wins the game in the ninth inning or a later inning. It doesn't have anything to do with the type of play but simply that whatever play occurred was the play that scored the winning run for the home team. You can have a walk off base bit (single, double, triple, or home run), a walk off walk, a walk off hit by pitch, a walk off error, even a walk off balk.


The term always follows a verb, and can nearly always be written more precisely as "off." c.f.: Get off (of) the couch, move off (of) my foot, walk off (of) the pier. In each instance, removing "of" improves the construction.


The term "Jerked off" or "Jerking off" is a slang term for male masturbating.


I'm answering this as a baseball fan of over 40 years ... No team is to be credited with being first as far as walk off homeruns. All through baseball history games have occasionally been won with a last-at-bat home run, but the term "walk off" came into use after Kirk Gibson's amazing 9th inning home run in the first game of the 1988 World Series between the Dodgers and the Oakland A's. The common understanding of "walk off" is where a batter on the home team hits a home run in their final at-bat that wins them the game. It implies that a batter, after hitting the home run, can almost casually walk around the bases to lengthen the celebration and then walk off the field. However, I have heard that originally the "walk off" term was coined by a pitcher, who the moment after giving up a no-doubt, game-ending homer, simply walked off the field without even turning his head to watch the flight of the ball over the fence. Sportscasters, though, chose to use to term in an offensive sense compared to referring to the pitcher. Thus, baseball has another piece of terminology to describe this fairly common, game-ending moment. baseballinsighter Excellent answer to this question. The "walk-off" is a media term and is not an official, nor unofficial statistic in baseball. Raw.


get off on it is slang for Get turned on by something.


A walk off in baseball is a home run in the bottom of the 9th that drives in more than the necessary amount of runs to win the game, thus allowing the batter to 'walk off' the field after reaching first base and before reaching home because his run is unnecessary.


A walk-off hit is a hit that ends the game (and allows everybody to walk off the field). Thus it is a hit that scores the winning run for the home team in the bottom of the ninth, or in the bottom of an extra inning.


to let it go,not hold a grudge-also "shake it off"


A 'walk off' is a hit, or any other action, in the bottom of the 9th inning or the bottom any inning after that, which drives in the game-winning run. It is so named because since the earned run ends the game immediately, everyone can walk off the field.


The all-time mark belongs to the Houston Astros, when they recorded five straight walk-off wins, in July, 1986.


A walk off homer in major league baseball is a home run that ends a game, allowing all players to "walk off" the field. It would either happen in the bottom of the 9th inning or later (only in the bottom of an inning). The home run gives the batting team the lead from them being either behind or a tie game.


it starts when you enter that field and it ends when you walk off that field


A walk-off home run is a home run that ends the game. It must be the run that gives the home team the lead in the final inning of the game.Addition:It is named such because after it is hit the defending team literally walks off the field as the game is over. This is a recent term in baseball, however, has caught on well with people around the game and fans. Maybe other then a marvelous defensive play it is the most dramatic way to end a baseball game


Okay all you have to do is walk it off. I mean slowly to fast like normal. If anything were normal. Yea walk it off for 5 minutes then sit down. If you can.


A walk-off hit is any hit that drives in the winning run of the game. The more common variation of this would be a "walk-off homerun," or a homerun that ends the game as a win for the batting team.



A game can not be called because of a walk off home run at the top of the inning because the home team gets to try to earn runs in the bottom of the inning. If the game gets called after the walk off the game reverts back to the last completed inning.


Move away from "Let him walk" would mean "Let him leave if he wants to." The implication is that he is not the right fit for you, he is not a good friend or lover, and you are better off without him.


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