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There are many things to think about when deciding if a team should go for the big inning or bunt and sacrifice an out to advance a base runner with a sacrifice bunt. A lot of it depends on what type of game it is and how late in the game it is. A lot of it depends on the pitcher that your own team has on the mound. If you have a pitcher who is "mowing them down," a one run lead may be like a five run lead. With a real good pitcher, one run can be considered a big inning. If you have a pitcher who has been struggling, playing for one run may not be in your best interest. The one run that either ties the game up or puts your team ahead may not hold up. If you have a batter that's followed by two very weak hitters, you might be better off having the player at bat not bunt, because of the weaker hitters that follow.
You can bunt at just about any time during a game. A hitter should ALWAYS take a peek at the third baseman. I'm a big believer in taking whatever is given to you on the baseball field. If you see the third baseman is playing seven steps behind third base, you should seriously consider a bunt down the third base line. Just try your best to make sure that the third baseman fields the bunt and not the pitcher or the catcher. Let's say it's late in the game and you have a base runner on second base with nobody out. If you have a right-handed hitter up who is a dead pull hitter, you might strongly consider having him bunt the runner to third base. He may very well hit a grounder on the left side of the infield which would prevent the runner going to third base with less than two outs. If a batter has trouble against a particular pitcher. If your batter is a good hitter but has a terrible past performance against their pitcher, the bunt should be strongly considered. A tough call is should you sacrifice bunt if you are the visiting team and are trailing by a run in the top of the last inning? One of many baseball coaching tips is that the "book" says you don't play for the tie on the road. Let's just hold on for a minute here. If my bullpen is superior to the other team's bullpen, I would not hesitate to play for the tie, even though I'm the visiting team. I would gladly take my chances late in a game that's all tied up if I have the stronger pen!
What happens to momentum in an inelastic collision? Jim walewander slides into second base what happens t his momentum? The momentum is transferred to planet Earth. What happens to momentum when velocity increases? If you drop a suitcase out of a car what happens to the cars momentum? If you drop a suitcase out of a moving car, the momentum of the car will decrease as there will be less mass, therefore less momentum. If mass doubles what happens to momentum? If mass doubles, momentum stays the same, but the velocity is half. What happens to the leniar momentum when force is absent? Nothing. Momentum is mass in kg x velocity in m/s. What happens to the total momentum of two objects in a system before and after interactions? The Law of Conservation of Momentum states that the total momentum doesn't change. It is the same, before and after the interaction.
What happens to the momentum of a meteorite which ultimately burns in the air after entering? Momentum is always conserved - So, some is transferred to the reactive molecules encountered along the way, some is dissipated by friction, the remainder hits earth and adds it's bit. The momentum spent along the way nevertheless had been added exactly to the earth's total. It's a strike and you are not awarded first. A ball rolls down a hill and hits a box the momentum of the ball decreases what happens to its momentum? Momentum (as energy) isn't lost, it is transferred. Momentum is lost to friction when the ball is rolling, but in the described situation, the momentum is basically all transferred to the box upon impact. The box may tip over if light enough, or the box may break, or if heavy enough and built well enough, the box may absorb the impact and be left seemingly untouched. It is converted to Inertia I think.
Why can a batter hit a pitched baseball further than a ball tossed in the air by the batter? What happens to the momentum of a body acted on by an external force? If the force opposes the motion, it will reduce the velocity and the momentum of the body will decrease. If the force is in the direction of the motion, the velocity will increase and the momentum will increase. What happens to the momentum of one object when it colides with another object if they are travelling in the same dirction? Some momentum is transferred from one to the other. What happens to the momentum of two objects which collide and stick together? The momentum vectors are added together and the resultant is applied to the common mass. Theorem that states that an impulse produces a change in momentum? It is called the momentum-impulse theorem and states that an impulse will change the momentum of an object. For example, if you drop an object when it hits the ground an impulse occurs.
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