Banjo hitter


in baseball, a batter who lacks power, usually hits bloop singles, and has a low batting average

A banjo hitter usually hits bloop singles, often just past the infield dirt, and would have a low slugging percentage.

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noun phrase

A player who gets hits weakly just past the infield and usually has a low batting average: Banjo Hitter Plunks Brewers (1930s+ Baseball)


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