Dish: Another term for home plate.
Touch-em:all: Also used to describe a home run, as it involves the batter rounding each base.
Moon shot: Describes an exceptionally long home run.
Sweet Spot: Describes the thick, center portion of the bat that tends to result in big hits when it contacts the ball.
Table Setter: The first batter in a team's lineup, tasked with getting on base so that the following hitters can score runs.
Wheelhouse: Describes a pitch that is easy for the batter to make contact with, crossing the middle of the plate about waist-high
Meatball: Also used to describe a poor pitch that is easy for the batter to hit.
Cycle: When a batter hits a single (one base), double (two bases), triple (three bases) and home run (all four bases) in one game.
Rope: A hard-hit line drive in which the ball comes off the bat extremely quickly at head-level.
In-the-hole: Refers to the batter that is scheduled to bat after the on-deck hitter (hitter that will come to the plate following the current hitter).
Can of Corn: A ball that is hit in the air and relatively easy for the fielder to catch.
Circus Catch: A very difficult catch that requires extra effort from the fielder, often a dive or slide.
Pickle: When the base runner is stuck in-between two fielders and must try to run back to a base safely without being tagged.
Flashing Leather: When a fielder completes a very difficult defensive play using his glove.
Hill: Used to describe the pitcher's mound, otherwise known as the rubber portion that the pitcher throws the ball from.
Chin Music: A pitch that is high and inside, nearly hitting the batter in the face.
Southpaw: a pitcher who is left-handed.
Heater: A pitch that is accurate and possesses exceptional speed.
Closer: The pitcher who often enters the game in the ninth and final inning to preserve a small lead.
Painting the black: When a pitcher throws a perfect pitch that just barely touches the strike zone.