a baseball play in which a runner on third base tries to score as the batter bunts the pitch
a play in which a batting team attempts to score a runner on third base by bunting
A bunt with a runner on third base designed to advance the runner home. The runner on third waits to ensure that the batter has successfully laid down the bunt before advancing towards home.
when a team has a runner on third base they can score that runner by the batter playing a bunt
A play in which the batter bunts to try to let the baserunner on third base score a run.
Squeeze play (or simply squeeze) is a play in contract bridge that often occurs late in the game and involves the play of a card (often, but not necessarily, a winner) which forces an opponent to discard a vital card from his hand, thus giving up a trick (or two in some cases). The discarded card can be either a winner or any card that solidifies defender's defensive position.
In baseball, a squeeze play is a sacrifice bunt with a runner on third and fewer than two outs. The batter bunts the ball, expecting to be thrown out at first base, but hoping that the runner from third will be able to score.
Squeeze Play is a pricing game on the American television game show The Price Is Right. Debuting on September 13, 1977, this game is played for a four-digit prize, worth more than $2,000.
Squeeze Play is an Ultra High Fidelity monoral phonographic album (33 1/3 RPM) which was released on the Dot Records label in 1956 (DLP-3024)http://bsnpubs.com/dot/dotb.html featuring the artistry of John Serry, Sr.. It includes an original composition by Mr. Serry, classical works and popular music of the era.