The five common dismissal forms in cricket (Part 1)

Like baseball, the fielding team can chase batsmen in many ways. In cricket, there are exactly 10, only five of them are popular. The commander signaled that a batter was given by holding his right finger in the air.

While baseball is very popular and by definition occurs at least 51 times in a three-hour game, in cricket, it is much rarer. Everything (or ‘wicket’) is extremely valuable — once you’re out, there’s no return at the end of the day – and they can happen hours outside. No double play allowed; The ball is dead when a wicket is taken.

The five common dismissal forms are as follows.

1. Jump

To be bowled out is when the person who successfully throws the ball bowl passes the bypass round of the soldier so that it is stabbed into the stumps and hit at least one of the bails off. This is the best remuneration for a bowling player, and is the best crusher for a bat. A funny sound and wooden humiliation added to the theater.

2. Arrested

To get out is self explanatory. If the ball is deceived by the ball after hitting the batter and/or glove of the batter, and before the ball hits the ground, the batter gets out. However, if the ball only attacks another part of the body or the arsenal of the soldier (such as a leg or helmet, and does not punch a glove or glove), the batsman batter cannot be caught. .

Note that a fielder trying to catch near the border must be within limits, and if the fielder hits the ground above or outside the boundary while contacting the ball, the ball is considered to have reached the boundary.

That is, a player cannot drag his finger across the boundary like in NFL, or catch the ball and fall into the crowd like in baseball. Rules that exceed the limits are the same as those for basketball, and players must have limits while in contact with the ball.

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