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The Bunyan is a hard grounder to left that hits the front of the infield so hard it bounces overs the fielders head for a base hit. Named the Bunyan for the swinging motion that is involved to generate such a hit - a high overhead chop towards the ground. The motion would look very similar to Paul swinging his mighty axe. Feel free to add a visual after getting the Bunyan hit.

Other User Terms

  • Ovaries- because they go over an opponents head and make them feel like a girl.
  • Baltimore Chop- classic baseball lingo.
  • Tengen Hop