A standard baseball club has myriad components working together to put a successful team on the field.

Teams field one player at nine different positions while the opposing team is at bat. On offense, a club sends nine men to bat in a pre-determined order and attempts to score. The club also employs a considerable number of team officials whose jobs are to build and manage the team.

In this section, you will find explanations of baseball's positions -- both on and off the field.

The following are all of the terms defined within this section: