[ UK /bˈætsmən/ ]
  1. (baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
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How To Use batsman In A Sentence

  • The ball went past the batsman and hit the stumps.
  • At Leeds he made 309 in a day; a modern batsman does well to score a century in that time.
  • Kallis 'major strength as a batsman is his ability to concentrate, and so he doesn't chuck his wicket away very often. John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...
  • The batsman slammed the ball straight at a fielder.
  • After their bowling inadequacies were exposed earlier in the series, Australia gambled this time by dropping a batsman.
  • Jonah was a good batsman, which made up for his lack of ability with the bat, preferring to field at mid-off.
  • But what happens should a batsman in the present Test squad suffer injury? Times, Sunday Times
  • Australian tradition whereby leading bowler "outs" English batsman he intends to install as personal whipping boy usually captain, star man, or chief posho. The Ashes 2010 A-Z: baggy greens, doing a Harmy and lucky red hankies
  • He's a very aggressive bowler -- he always bowls the ball straight at the batsman's body.
  • A left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper, Tindill's international cricket career spanned nearly a decade, either side of World War Two in which he served as a member of the NZEF. - Stuff
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