batted out

bat out

To produce or create something very hastily. A noun or pronoun can be used between "bat" and "out." A: "I can't believe he batted out three papers in one day." B: "I bet he doesn't get very good grades on them though."
See also: bat, out

batted out

verb
See batted
See also: bat, out
References in periodicals archive ?
There are four ways to have an at-bat with less than two strikes: hit, error, fielder's choice, or batted out (the ball has to be put in play).
Strikes 308 Fouls 35 Balls 405 Hits 79 Errors 8 Batted Outs 165 Total 1000
To other inquiries, he replied that no he wasn't aware of the Dodgers strikeout record as he carved his way through the Marlins lineup; no, it wasn't the best stuff he's ever had; n, he did not seek strikeouts over batted outs toward the end in order to push his total as high as possible.