This occurs when, in an actual baseball/softball game, the ball is hit to the vicinity (via line-drive or ground-ball) that was recently vacated by the fielder because he/she is covering a base, usually 2nd base. This also frequently happened by default (or glitch) when playing the original NES Baseball game. Also could be used to describe a base hit for Jim Thome, because the entire infield is pulled to the right and out of "normal" position due to his hitting tendencies.
Billy just got a Nintendo hit in the bottom of the 9th to win it.

Thome just pulled it past six second basemen for a Nintendo hit.
by matty311 March 11, 2011

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