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Batting Average

A slang term in business for one's success rate. For example, a salesman making cold calls has a solid batting average if half of his potential clients agree to purchase his products. The term is derived from baseball.
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Morris, the visiting club's crack left-handed pitcher was batted for a total of thirty-four bases, and Larkin, the Athletic Club's centre fielder, equaled Orr's great batting record.
As captain of the one-day team, his batting record has gone through the roof - which is not usually the case with captains - so hopefully the same will happen in his Test game.
LITTLE BIG MAN: Debut star James Taylor SINGLE-HANDED: Pietersen is equipped to smash every England batting record
Think of all the Glamorgan batting records the Maynard family holds.
5 Off which England bowler did retiring legend Brian Lara hit his record-breaking 400th run when he reclaimed the Test batting record for a single innings?
HD ACKERMAN rewrote his county's batting record book with a career-best 309 not out as Leicestershire took control on the second day at Cardiff.
While a batting record is certainly backed by the benefit of certain factors, it's undeniable how the art of batsmanship has undergone a major change with the advent of Twenty20 cricket, reshaping the batsman's technique and thinking along the way.
The report mentioned that McCullum was at the crease for nearly 13 hours, creating another Test batting record for his country, adding that the draw in this match, along with the 40-run NZ win in the first Test at Eden Park, meant that India has now gone 14 Tests without a win away from home.
FA Cup te a cord of 20 And despite a phenomenal record of 20 Test centuries by the age of 27, Swann believes his batting record could even improve after succeeding Andrew Strauss in the five-day game.
The match in question was at Tudhoe where the home team racked up a monumental league record score of 509-2 and run-maker supreme, Simon Davies, smashed his own individual league batting record.
Broad's batting record on home soil makes even better reading - all three of his Test fifties have been scored in England and his average after eight matches is a fraction under 50.
Pleased with last week's emphatic win over past champions Wallasey in a 24-6 points boost, Jones is still unhappy at his team's extremely fragile batting record.