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At bat         
Baseball statistics/AB; At bats; At bat (baseball); At-bats; At Bat; Up at bat; At-bat; Time at bat

In baseball, an at bat (AB) or time at bat is a batter's turn batting against a pitcher. An at bat is different from a plate appearance. A batter is credited with a plate appearance regardless of what happens during their turn at bat, but a batter is credited with an at bat only if that plate appearance does not have one of the results enumerated below. While at bats are used to calculate certain statistics, including batting average and slugging percentage, a player can qualify for the season-ending rankings in these categories only if they accumulate 502 plate appearances during the season.

Batters will not receive credit for an at bat if their plate appearances end under the following circumstances:

  • They receive a base on balls (BB).
  • They are hit by a pitch (HBP).
  • They hit a sacrifice fly or a sacrifice bunt (also known as sacrifice hit).
  • They are awarded first base due to interference or obstruction, usually by the catcher.
  • They are replaced by another hitter before their at bat is completed, in which case the plate appearance and any related statistics go to the pinch hitter (unless they are replaced with two strikes and their replacement completes a strikeout, in which case the at bat and strikeout are still charged to the first batter).

In addition, if the inning ends while they are still at bat (due to the third out being made by a runner caught stealing, for example), no at bat or plate appearance will result. In this case, the batter will come to bat again in the next inning, though the count will be reset to no balls and no strikes.

Put shortly, an at bat is a specific type of plate appearance in which in the batter puts the ball in play intending to get on base. This is why at bats, and not plate appearances, are used to calculate batting average, as plate appearances in general can result in many outcomes that don't involve the ball being put in play, and batting average specifically measures a batter's contact hitting.

Rule 9.02(a)(1) of the official rules of Major League Baseball defines an at bat as: "Number of times batted, except that no time at bat shall be charged when a player: (A) hits a sacrifice bunt or sacrifice fly; (B) is awarded first base on four called balls; (C) is hit by a pitched ball; or (D) is awarded first base because of interference or obstruction[.]"

Baby AT         
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  • Keyed AT-style power connectors to prevent improper insertion.
  • Baby AT motherboard.
Baby AT; Baby AT motherboard; Baby-AT; AT form factor; Baby-at
<hardware> The redesigned AT motherboard that had the same size as the XT motherboard had (8.5" x 11") and could thus fit into an XT case. The original 12" x 13" AT motherboards are now largely forgotten. Compare ATX. (1997-02-20)
AT (form factor)         
  • IR]] connectivity through headers.
  • Keyed AT-style power connectors to prevent improper insertion.
  • Baby AT motherboard.
Baby AT; Baby AT motherboard; Baby-AT; AT form factor; Baby-at
In the era of IBM compatible personal computers, the AT form factor comprises the dimensions and layout (form factor) of the motherboard for the IBM AT. Baby AT motherboards are a little smaller, measuring 8.


At Budokan

At Budokan, At the Budokan, Live at Budokan or Live at the Budokan may refer to:


  • Live at the Budokan (Ian Gillan Band album), 1977 album by Ian Gillan Band
  • Cheap Trick at Budokan, 1978 album by Cheap Trick
  • Bob Dylan at Budokan, 1979 album by Bob Dylan
  • Live in Budokan, 1979 live album by Pink Lady


  • One Night at Budokan, 1981 album by the Michael Schenker Group
  • Quincy Jones Live at Budokan, 1981 album by Quincy Jones
  • Willie Nelson Live at Budokan, 1984 album by Willie Nelson


  • Live at Budokan (Stormtroopers of Death album), 1992 album by Stormtroopers of Death
  • Hiatt Comes Alive at Budokan?, 1994 album by John Hiatt
  • Live at the Budokan (Blur album), 1996 album by Blur
  • Live at Budokan (Mr. Big album), 1997 album by Mr. Big
  • Live at the Budokan (Chic album), 1999 album by Chic


  • Live at Budokan (Ozzy Osbourne album), 2002 album by Ozzy Osbourne
  • Live at the Budokan (Bryan Adams album), 2003 CD/DVD by Bryan Adams
  • Live at Budokan, 2003 album by Sheryl Crow
  • Live at Budokan (Dream Theater album), 2004 album by Dream Theater
  • Live at Budokan (2005 film), 2005 concert video by Butch Walker
  • Live at Budokan: Bonez Tour, 2005 album by Avril Lavigne
  • Eizō Sakuhinshū Vol. 2, 2005 live DVD by Asian Kung-Fu Generation
  • Zone Final Live in Nippon Budokan, 2005 live concert by Zone
  • Budōkaaaaaaaaaan!!!!!, 2009 live DVD by Perfume (Japanese band)
  • Back to Budokan, 2009 live album by Mr. Big
  • Joe Hisaishi in Budokan: 25 years with the Animations of Hayao Miyazaki, 2009 live concert by Joe Hisaishi with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
  • Dancing at Budokan!!, 2009 live album by Superfly


  • Uroboros: With the Proof in the Name of Living... - At Nippon Budokan, 2010 live DVD by Dir En Grey
  • This Is my Budokan?!, 2011 live DVD by One Ok Rock
  • SCANDAL Japan Title Match Live 2012 – SCANDAL vs Budokan by Scandal
  • Experienced II: Embrace Tour 2013 Budokan, live album and video by Boom Boom Satellites
  • Live at Budokan: Red Night & Black Night Apocalypse, 2015 live video album by Babymetal