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."
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batted out

Arrested or apprehended. Well, I had to go down to the police station this morning because it seems that my son was batted out last night on his way home.
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batted out

verb
See batted
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Through July 2013, there have been 101 documented plays in which a player batted out of turn in a major league game.
However, the general interpretation at the time was what the current rule specifies: if no appeal is made, the proper next batter is the one in the official lineup who follows the player who batted out of turn.
The defensive manager immediately appeals to the umpire that B4 batted out of order.
Meanwhile South Africa have claimed they have a psychological advantage after they batted out the whole of the final day in Perth to secure a draw.
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 Less Than Two Strikes