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May 29, 2024

[Answer] 3. When a manager fills out his lineup card before a baseball game, where does he place his "cleanup" hitter?

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...1. In the ninth position 2. In the first position 3. In the fourth position 4. In the second position The cleanup hitter bats fourth in the opening lineup. A manager normally chooses a hitter who has tremendous power to bat cleanup because this player can hit a home run which will "clean the bases", scoring all runners who were on base. It is considered a badge of honor for a player to be selected to bat cleanup- the fourth spot in the lineup indicates strength and batting prowess.




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In the fourth position:


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