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Warning Track Power

warn*ing track pow*er

What Is The Definition Of Warning Track Power In Baseball?

1. This is a term used in baseball to describe a hitter that doesn’t quite have enough power to hit a home run. When they make good contact with the ball, they only hit it as far as the warning track, which is the track that runs parallel to the outfield wall.

Example Of How Warning Track Power Is Used In Commentary

1. Ichiro makes solid contact with the ball, but doesn’t quite get enough as he shows off that warning track power and gets the second out of the inning.

Sports The Term Is Used

1. Baseball
2. Softball

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