Definition of back through the box in English:

back through the box

phrase

Baseball
  • (of a batted ball) hit in the direction of the pitcher past second base.

    ‘Fingers went right along with it and Mays promptly singled back through the box to knot the Series at one game apiece.’
    • ‘I always tried to hit the ball back through the box because that is the largest unprotected area.’
    • ‘He crossed it back through the box beyond Sorin's reach and it came to Forlan again.’
    • ‘Clark smoked Williams’ first delivery back through the box to break the tie and propel the Giants into the World Series.’