A ball bowled so as to bounce at or near the batsman's popping crease(noun)
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Use "yorker" in a sentence
"Fernando then tosses in a yorker, which is flicked round the corner well by Bell."
"A yorker is a difficult ball to negotiate, even for well set batsman."
"So yes i think mumbai is one of those teams that can go south very fast. btw its not going to be long before teams have a malinga strategy. i still cant believe people play him from the crease - take 2 steps forward and his yorker is a juicy full toss!"