Definition of groundout
: a play in baseball in which a batter is put out after hitting a grounder to an infielder
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Pitching coach Charles Nagy visited the mound, and Ramirez induced two groundouts, one a double play, to end the inning.
Castillo got two more groundouts, but was pulled after allowing a single to opposing pitcher Jeff Hoffman.
Nicky Delmonico scored on a groundout in the first inning, leading the Charlotte Knights to a 6-2 win over the Gwinnett Braves on Friday.
The speedy infielder singled, then stole second and third and scored on Garrett Copeland's groundout.
Slaughter advanced to third on another groundout and didn't score when Kramer Robertson grounded out to end the inning.
Cobb kept the no-hitter intact in the sixth with two groundouts before striking out Adam Frazier on three pitches.
But his groundout to shortstop Trea Turner ended the Reds’ four-run first.
After leading off the inning with a single, Jose Azocar advanced to second on a groundout, went to third on a flyout, and then scored on a single by Jake Robson.
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