Yorker

When a bowler bowls a cricket ball close to the popping crease of the batsman, it is said that a Yorker has been bowled. As the ball bounces close to the feet of the batsman, it is difficult to hit this ball and this makes it an ideal delivery to bowl. However, if the release of the ball is mistimed, this delivery becomes a full toss.

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