walk-off

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walk-off

[′wȯk‚ȯf]
(graphic arts)
In lithography, the failure of part of the image to stick to the metal plate while printing.
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Mark Saatzer hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth to end the first game for first-place St.
Roseburg 10, Thurston 1; Thurston 2, Roseburg 1: Logan Sebright went 2-for-3 and hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to help the Colts salvage a doubleheader split.
John's 4: Junior outfielder Nick Latham delivered the win for the host Eagles when he hit a two-run, walk-off home run in the bottom for the ninth inning.
Los Angeles Dodgers star Kirk Gibson, hobbled by a pulled hamstring and a swollen knee, delivers a pinch-hit, walk-off home run off dominant Oakland Athletics closer Dennis Eckersley in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series and limps around the bases.
Detroit, the most Opening Day RBI in club history; an eight-RBI game at Texas on August 31st, the second-best single-game total in club history; a walk-off home run on September 26th vs.
It s like being welcomed at home plate after hitting a walk-off home run," said Rice.
Pepperdine 4, CSUN 3 (10): Nate Simon's walk-off home run in the 10th gave the host Waves (2-1) the rubber game over the Matadors.
CORVALLIS - KJ Harrison hit a walk-off home run in the 11th inning to lead Oregon State to a 2-1 extra-inning win against Fresno State in a nonleague baseball game at Goss Stadium Friday night.
If there is a such thing as a walk-off home run in music, Tony Bennett would be the Big Papi of pop.
Visitors to the collection will have the chance to see 50 iconic images of the walk-off home run, courtesy of Getty Images, and also to use QR code and text messaging technology to instantly watch the art come to life through mobile video highlights on their smartphones.
in 2005 on a walk-off home run by Quartz Hill's Sarah Kahn.
The Giants just keep finding ways to win, whether it's a walk-off home run by a journeyman left fielder or an 18-inning victory against the Nationals.