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Hit

A unit measuring a person or IP address visiting a website. In general, the more hits a website generates, the higher revenue it earns from advertising and other sources.

hit

1. To sell a security at a bid price quoted by a dealer. For example, a trader will hit a bid.
2. To lose money on a trade. For example, a dealer may take a hit on the holdings of Moore's Fried Foods' common stock.
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Dahlke came through with back-to-back hits against three defenders to negate Artemeva's and Wilson's hits then after the Power Hitters squandered their 17-16 edge on a costly miscue, Lazard took over with her endgame heroics.
But they're both doing a great job getting the ball to hitters and getting us swings."
A common misconception has been that swinging a weighted bat in the on-deck circle will make the hitter's bat feel lighter at the plate creating more bat speed.
The bat will follow in the plane of the front elbow, so the hitter must keep the elbow down.
The paired t-tests for both hitters and pitchers show uniformly lower (and, in some cases, significantly lower) performance levels one season after filing for free agency compared to those in the contract year.
Therefore, because American League pitchers face nine "true hitters" and National League pitchers face only eight "true hitters" (and would not want to hit the opposing pitcher anyway), perhaps the increase in AL hit batsmen is simply a result of more "true hitters" coming to bat.
Hitters deserve some credit for the home-run jump, says Baltimore Orioles outfielder and first baseman Jack Voigt.
I offer, as Exhibit A, baseball's designated hitter. Like so many government programs, the designated hitter, which the American League instituted 20 years ago (the National League never succumbed), was born of good intentions that were never fulfilled.
As a hitter, Ethan is versatile and has the ability to see the court, find opportunities and attack the defense.
Rita chipped in seven hits for the Giga Hitters, who also drew five hits and 14 excellent receptions from national team member Grethcel Soltones.
For Rawalpindi Hitters Naila Nazir, the skipper, claimed three wickets for 30 runs in her for four runs.
Still, it's not fair to compare Mantle's numbers versus lefties to the career numbers of full-time right-handed hitters. Pre-1960 splits are incomplete, but for comparison's sake, right-handed hitters with a higher recorded OPS vs.