It is a reference to how it is kept in the scorebook. A K is a strikeout. A backwards K is a strikeout looking.
A 'K' is a strikeout where the batter swung and missed at the third strike. A 'k' is a strikeout where the batter took a called third strike.
No balls called in that strikeout
k stands for strikeout looking K stands for strikeout swinging
A 'K' is a strikeout where the batter swung at strike three. A 'k' is a strikeout where the batter did not swing at strike three.
shut out Its a Strikeout SO - Strikeout, SHO - Shutout K - Strikeout, SO - Shut out
It means strikeout looking as opposed to strikeout swinging.
its called a strikeout otherwise statistically pitchingwise known as a "k."
A K in baseball is shorthand for a strikeout.
K represents a strikeout for a pitcher, or by the hitter.
Looking is backwards. A looking strikeout is subjective to the home plate umpire that night. A swinging strikeout is objective. No doubt that he missed on that third strike; that's a K. K=swinging forward. Backwards K=looking backwards at the umpire and being K'ed
It signifies a new pitcher's strike out.
a K is a strikeout where the batter swings at the third strike. a backwards K strike is where the batter is called out without swinging at the third strike
its usually k
A "K" is a strikeout on the stat sheet and is widely regarded as either a strike or a strikeout informally as well.
KC stands for Called Strikeout in softball and baseball. It can also be marked as a backwards K on the score sheet.
that means strikeout
The standard scoring symble for a strikeout looking (called strike three) is a backward K.
Generally Speaking, baseball fans display a small sign at a ball park when the pitcher they are routing for makes a strikeout. The K stands for strikeout.
If you mean in baseball, K is for strikeout, from the letter in the word.
Backwards K's are for a strikeout looking (not swinging the bat).