I thought I was a baseball fanatic, but I hadn't heard of some of those terms. Here's a couple I can think of that you're missing.
Seeing eye Single -- a ball that just makes it through the infield for a hit usually a hole between two defenders.
bases are juiced-- bases loaded.
twin killing-- double play.
tater-- a home run (there are plenty of other names for a homer too, but this is my fav.
bean ball -- a pitch that hits the batter. Usually referenced when it was intentional.
painting the black-- a pitch that just catches the side of the plate for a strike.
chopping wood-- when a pitcher throws a ball that breaks the bat on a swing.
pitching a no-no -- pitcher does not give up a hit during a complete game.
Throwing B B's-- pitcher is throwing fast, hard strikes, and no one is hitting them.
going oppo -- hitting a ball opposite field. (ie. left field for a left handed batter, right field for a right handed batter)
chicken noodle-- when a batter is completely fooled by a pitch usually a curve or some other offspeed breaking pitch that causes the batter to loose balance in trying to make contact and legs buckle beneath them.
Climb the ladder -- When a pitcher while working the count comes in with some high heat (a fastball usually)
gapper-- a hit that goes in between the outfielders.
bush league-- an amateur behavior or play.
fire-baller-- a pitcher who throws in the upper 90's-100's mph. Usually a Closer.
hot corner- third base
table setter-- a batter whose job is to get on base so others can hit him in.
brushback-- a pitch deliberately thrown inside to a batter to back them off of crowding the plate.
comebacker-- a hard hit ball that comes straight back to the pitcher. Can be dangerous.