1) Straying off of your base while waiting for the pitcher to deliver the pitch.

2) Hitting in the top position of the batting order.

3) Starting off your team's offensive half-inning at bat.
1) Mora was leading far off of first base, allowing him to get a good jump and steal second.

2) Even though he had shown little control of the strike zone, Reyes still led off for the Mets against Carpenter.

3) After making a difficult running catch to end the seventh inning, Rowand led off the top of the eighth with a double in the left-centerfield gap.
by Diggity Monkeez March 30, 2005
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