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catcher

[′kach·ər]
(electronics)
Electrode in a velocity-modulated vacuum tube on which the spaced electron groups induce a signal; the output of the tube is taken from this element.
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Same technique is used as Drill 2, but now the catcher must drop to his knees as the pitch is being thrown to prevent the ball from going between his legs.
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Martin started Sunday for the Dodgers, even though catchers often sit out when their teams play a day game after a night game.
Any ball or strike received by the catcher is placed in the bucket beside him--not thrown back to the pitcher.
Stiglich, a junior in her third year as a varsity player, splits time between catcher and second base.
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To make room for Romero on the 40-man roster, the Angels designated backup catcher Josh Paul for assignment.
A pitch gets away from the catcher and while she is scrambling to find the ball, a runner crosses the plate.