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In baseball, on deck refers to being next in line to bat. In a professional game, the batter who is on deck traditionally waits in a location in the foul territory called the on deck circle.
Being on deck only guarantees the batter will get a chance to bat in the inning if there are fewer than two outs, and the number of outs plus the number of baserunners adds up to fewer than three because a double or triple play could occur. Additionally, the manager reserves the right to pull the on-deck hitter for a substitute at his discretion.
The player next in line to bat behind the on deck batter is referred to as being in-the-hole.
Okay guys and gals. I'm reaching out off-topic to the broad based membership here, hoping to group-source and learn from others who've been down this road already. It's time to replace the decaying wooden deck around two sides of my house. Also doing siding and windows. It's going to be a busy...