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Terminology of baseball as used in various countries where baseball is played, including Japanese, Spanish, Italian, French, Croatian and others

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Around the Horn
   means   
 Alrededor Del Cuadro Interior
Spanish
Artificial Turf
   means   
Jinkoshiba
Japanese
At-bat
   means   
 Turno Al Bate
Spanish
Balk
   means   
La Feint Illégale
French
Ball
   means   
La Balle
French
Baseball Team
   means   
Equipo De Béisbol
Spanish
Base-runner
   means   
Le Coureur
French
Bases Loaded
   means   
Bases Congestionadas
Spanish
Batter
   means   
Battitore
Italian
Batter
   means   
Le Frappeur
French
Batting Average
   means   
Daritsu
Japanese
Batting Average
   means   
La Moyenne Au Bâton
French
Batting Average
   means   
Promedio De Bateo
Spanish
Batting Champ
   means   
Dageki-O
Japanese
Batting Glove
   means   
 Guantilla
Spanish
Blown Save
   means   
Le Sabotage
French
Blue Jays
   means   
Azulejos
Professional team from Toronto; Spanish
Breaking Ball
   means   
Lanzamiento Rompiente
Spanish
Brushback Pitch
   means   
Lanzamiento Pegado
Spanish
Bullpen
   means   
L'enclos Des Releveurs
French
Bullpen
   means   
La Panchina Dei Lanciatori
Italian
Bunt Attempt
   means   
 Intento De Toque
Spanish
Bunt
   means   
L'amorti
French
Bunt
   means   
Plancha
Spanish
Called Strike
   means   
Estraíc Cantado
The umpire sings; Spanish
Called Strike Three
   means   
Minogoshi Sanshin
Japanese
Catcher
   means   
Hoshu
Japanese
Catcher
   means   
Hvatac
Croatian
Catcher
   means   
Le Receveur
French
Catcher
   means   
Ricevitore
Italian
Centerfield
   means   
Chuken
Japanese
Centerfielder
   means   
Chukenshu
Japanese
Centerfielder
   means   
Le Voltigeur De Centre
French
Cleats
   means   
Ganchos
Spanish
Clutch Hit
   means   
Jit De Oro
A golden hit; Spanish
Clutch Hitter
   means   
Bateador Opportune
Spanish
Curve Ball
   means   
Curva
Spanish
Curve Ball
   means   
La Balle Courbe
French
Defensive Player
   means   
Jugador Defensivo
Spanish
Designated Hitter
   means   
Le Frappeur De Choix
French
Designated Hitter
   means   
Zamjenski Udarac
Replacement hitter, Croatian
Double
   means   
Le Double
French
Double
   means   
Niruida
Japanese
Dugout
   means   
L'abris Des Joueurs
French (players' shelter)
Dugout
   means   
La Panchina
Italian
Eighth Inning
   means   
Hachikai
Japanese
ERA
   means   
Bogyoritsu
Japanese
ERA
   means   
Porcentaje De Carreras Limpias
Clean run percentage; Spanish
Fastball
   means   
La Balle Rapide
French
Fielder's Choice
   means   
L'optionnel
French
Fifth Inning
   means   
Gokai
Japanese
Final Score
   means   
Resultado Final
Spanish
First Base
   means   
Ichirui
Japanese
First Base
   means   
Le Premier but
French
First Base
   means   
La Prima Base
Italian
First Baseman
   means   
Ichiruishu
Japanese
First Baseman
   means   
Le Premier-but
French
First Baseman
   means   
Prvobazni Igrac
Croatian
First Base
   means   
Prva Baza
Croatian
First Inning
   means   
Shokai
Japanese
Fly Ball
   means   
Hikyu
Japanese
Fly Ball
   means   
Le Ballon
French
Forced in Run
   means   
Carrera Forzada
Spanish
Foul Ball
   means   
La Fausse Balle
French
Foul Line
   means   
Ligne De Demarcation
French
Foul Line
   means   
Linee Di Foul
Italian
Fourth Inning
   means   
Yonkai
Japanese
Free Agency
   means   
Carta De Libertad
Spanish
Full Count
   means   
 Cuenta Completa
Spanish
Game
   means   
Shiai
Japanese
Game Winning RBI
   means   
 Carrera Producida Ganadora
Spanish
Grand Slam
   means   
Le Grand Chelem
French
Ground Ball
   means   
Goro
Japanese
Ground Ball
   means   
Le Roulant
French
Groundout
   means   
 Rolata
Spanish
Ground Rule Double
   means   
Doble Por Regla
Spanish
Hall of Fame
   means   
Salon De La Fama
Spanish
Hit
   means   
Anda
Japanese
Hit and Run
   means   
 Bateo Y Corrido
Spanish
Hit Batter
   means   
 Bateador Golpeado
Spanish
Hit
   means   
Jit
Spanish
Hit
   means   
Le Coup Sûr
French
Home
   means   
Honrui
Japanese
Home
   means   
Kuca
House -- Croatian
Home
   means   
La Cassia Base
Italian
Home
   means   
Le Marbre
French
Home Run
   means   
Cuadrangular
Spanish
Home Run Hitter
   means   
Bambino
After Babe Ruth; Spanish
Home Run Hitter
   means   
Hombre De Cuadrangulares
Spanish
Home Run Hitter
   means   
Jonronero
Spanish
Home Run
   means   
Honruida
Japanese
Home Run
   means   
Jonrón
Spanish
Home Run King
   means   
Rey De Jonrones
Spanish
Home Run
   means   
Le Coup De Circuit
French
Home Run
   means   
 Tetrabatazo
Spanish
Home Run
   means   
Vuelacerca
Spanish
Infield Fly
   means   
Ínfil Flái
Spanish
Infield
   means   
L'avant-champ
French
Infield
   means   
Naiya
Japanese
Intentional Walk
   means   
 Base Intencional
Spanish
Knuckleball
   means   
Balle Papillon
Butterfly ball, French
Knuckleball
   means   
 Bola De Nudillos
Spanish
Leadoff Hitter
   means   
 Primer Bateador
Spanish
Leftfielder
   means   
Le Voltigeur De Gauche
French
Leftfielder
   means   
Sayokushu
Japanese
Leftfield
   means   
Sayoku
Japanese
Lefty
   means   
 Zurdo
Spanish
Line Drive
   means   
La Fleche
Arrow
Line-up
   means   
L'ordre Des Frappeurs
French
Losing Pitcher
   means   
 Derrotado
Spanish
Losses
   means   
 Perdidos
Spanish
Loss
   means   
Kuroboshi
Pitchers' record; Japanese
Manager
   means   
Kantoku
Japanese
Manager
   means   
Le Gérant
French
Ninth Inning
   means   
Kyukai
Japanese
No-hitter
   means   
 Juego Sin Jits
Spanish
On-deck Circle
   means   
Le Cercle D'attente
French
Outfield
   means   
Gaiya
Japanese
Outfield
   means   
Le Champ Extérieur
French
Outfield
   means   
Polje
Field, Croatian
Out
   means   
Le Retrait
Retirement, French
Out of the Park
   means   
Fuera Del Parque
Spanish
Pickoff Throw
   means   
Kensei
Japanese
Pinch Hitter
   means   
Le Frappeur D'urgence
French
Pinch Runner
   means   
 Corredor Emergente
Spanish
Pinch Runner
   means   
Le Coureur Suppléant
French
Pitcher
   means   
Bacac
Thrower, Croatian
Pitcher
   means   
Lanciatore
Italian
Pitcher
   means   
Lanzador
Spanish
Pitcher
   means   
Le Lanceur
French
Pitcher's Mound
   means   
Brdo
Croatian
Pitcher's Mound
   means   
Le Monticule
French
Pitcher's Mound
   means   
Monte Di Lancio
Italian
Pitcher
   means   
Toshu
Japanese
Player
   means   
Le Joueur
French
Player
   means   
Senshu
Japanese
Pop-up
   means   
 Bola Elevada
Spanish
Pop-up
   means   
La Chandelle
French
Power Hitter
   means   
Frappeur De Puissance
French
Putouts
   means   
Outs Realizados
Spanish
RBI
   means   
Carreras Producidas 
Spanish
RBI
   means   
Daten
Japanese
RBI
   means   
Le Point Produit
French
Relief Pitcher
   means   
Le Lanceur De Relève
French
Relief Pitcher
   means   
Nakatsugi Toshu
Japanese
Rightfielder
   means   
Le Voltigeur De Droite
French
Rightfielder
   means   
Uyokushu
Japanese
Rightfield
   means   
Uyoku
Japanese
Rightie
   means   
Derecho
Spanish
Rookie Of the Year
   means   
 Novato Del Año
Spanish
Roster
   means   
La Formation
French
Sacrifice Bunt
   means   
Gida
Japanese
Sacrifice Bunt
   means   
L'amorti Sacrifice
French
Sacrifice Bunt
   means   
 Toque De Sacrificio
Spanish
Sacrifice Fly
   means   
Gihi
Japanese
Saves
   means   
 Salvados
Spanish
Screwball
   means   
La Balle Tire-bouchon
Corkscrew ball, French
Second Base
   means   
Druga Baza
Croatian
Second Base
   means   
Le Deuxième but
French
Second Base
   means   
La Seconda Base
Italian
Second Baseman
   means   
Drugobazni Igrac
Croatian
Second Baseman
   means   
Le Deuxième-but
French
Second Baseman
   means   
Niruishu
Japanese
Second Base
   means   
Nirui
Japanese
Second Inning
   means   
Nikai
Japanese
Seventh Inning
   means   
Nanakai
Japanese
Seventh Inning Stretch
   means   
 Descanso De La Séptima Entrada
Spanish
Shoestring Catch
   means   
Vol-au-sol
Theft at the ground, French
Shortstop
   means   
 Campocorto
Spanish
Shortstop
   means   
L'arrêt-court
French
Shortstop
   means   
Sayokushu
Japanese
Shutout
   means   
 Argollada
Spanish
Shutout
   means   
Blanqueda
Spanish
Shutout
   means   
Kampu
Japanese
Shutout
   means   
Le Blanchissage
A whitewashing, French
Single
   means   
Le Simple
French
Single
   means   
Tanda
Japanese
Sixth Inning
   means   
Rokkai
Japanese
Slider
   means   
La Balle Glissante
French
Starter
   means   
Senpatsu
Japanese
Starting Pitcher
   means   
Le Lanceur Partant
French
Steal
   means   
Base Robada
Spanish
Stolen Base
   means   
Le but Volé
French
Stolen Base
   means   
Torui
Japanese
Strike
   means   
La Prise
French
Strikeout
   means   
Sanshin
Japanese
Strike Zone
   means   
 Zona De Estraícs
Spanish
Swing and Miss
   means   
Karaburi
Japanese
Switch Hitter
   means   
Bateador Ambidiestro
Spanish
Teammate
   means   
 Compañero
Spanish
Third Base
   means   
Le Troisième but
French
Third Base
   means   
La Terze Base
Italian
Third Baseman
   means   
Le Troisième-but
French
Third Baseman
   means   
Sanruishu
Japanese
Third Baseman
   means   
Trecebazni Igrac
Croatian
Third Base
   means   
Sanrui
Japanese
Third Base
   means   
Treca Baza
Croatian
Third Inning
   means   
Sankai
Japanese
Triple
   means   
Le Triple
French
Triple
   means   
Sanruida
Japanese
Tying Run
   means   
 Carrera Empate
Spanish
Umpire
   means   
L'arbitre
French
Umpire
   means   
Shimpan
Japanese
Unearned Run
   means   
 Carrera Sucia
Dirty run; Spanish
Unhittable
   means   
 Imbateable
Spanish
Utility Player
   means   
 Jugador Ocasional;
Spanish
Walk
   means   
Four Ball, Shikyu
Japanese
Walk
   means   
Le but Sur Balles
Base on balls, French
Warning Track
   means   
Piste D'avertissement
French
Warning Track
   means   
 Zona De Aviso
Spanish
Wild Pitch
   means   
Boto
Japanese
Wild Pitch
   means   
Le Mauvais Lancer
French
Wins
   means   
 Ganados
Spanish
Win
   means   
Shiroboshi
Pitchers' record; Japanese
Winter Ball
   means   
 Béisbol Invernal
Spanish
Workhorse 
   means   
Lanzador De Brazo De Goma
Pitcher with a rubber arm; Spanish


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