When a right-handed bowler crosses over to the 1-2 pocket, or a left-handed bowler crossed over to the 1-3 pocket, it is said to have crossed to the Brooklyn side. A Brooklyn strike would result in knocking down 10 pins.
(also CROSSOVER) A strike in which the ball goes to the opposite side it was intended to go. For example, a right-hander hitting the left side of the head pin. (In Brooklyn, it is called a Jersey.)
The is the opposite side of the headpin the bowler traditionally needs to hit (the pocket), which is left for a right-handed bowler and right for a left-handed bowler. Also known as crossover.
A ball that rolls to the 1-2 pocket for right-handers and the 1-3 pocket for left-handers.
The ball unintentionally hits opposite side of the headpin, it traditionally hits, resulting in a strike (for instance, a right handed bowler stikes by hitting the left side of the headpin). :: Poll :: What is your average? 120 or Below 121-160 161-180 181-200 201-220 221+ View Votes Hits
A ball that hits on the opposite side of the player's normal pocket; i.e, a Brooklyn for a right handed player would hit on the 1-2 pocket; usually refers to getting a strike in the "wrong" pocket; see also "crossover". Called a "Jersey" in some locations of the country.
Hitting the side of the head pin (number one pin) opposite that side of the body from which the ball was delivered. For a right-handed bowler, this is the 1-2 pocket. Also called crossover.
When a ball crosses over the headpin i.e., when shooting for the 1-3 pocket the ball goes left and hits the 1-2 side.