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infield

1. Cricket the area of the field near the pitch
2. Baseball
a. the area of the playing field enclosed by the base lines and extending beyond them towards the outfield
b. the positions of the first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, and sometimes the pitcher, collectively
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One out later, Spear hustled home when Gianna Delguidice reached on an infield error.
Among the more than 60 Major Leaguers already using Infield Chatter to engage with their fans are All-Stars such as David Ortiz, Josh Donaldson, Dee Gordon, Eric Hosmer, Adam Jones and Jake Arrieta.
We want him to draw a line in the dirt at the point from which he can comfortably sprint back to first and set up for a throw from any position in the infield.
While the rest of baseball debates whether the curse of the Bambino plagued the Red Sox or the curse of the Billy Goat knocked out the Cubs, we prefer to believe that the baseball bounced a little truer for the Yankees and Marlins thanks to Pro's Choice Soilmaster infield conditioner.
By the end, nobody wants to play outfield because they know that the infield is where the action is,'' Traba said.
Most coaches want their position players to handle all infield flies, but the pitcher can still make himself useful.
The new video displays will be incorporated into existing displays in the infield winner's circle.
Their last, best hope came in the third inning, when they still trailed by a single run and managed to get a pair of lucky infield singles with two outs.
Catcher, 3rd Base, 1st Baseman practice the 5-2-3 double play, with the infield coach hitting ground balls to the 3rd baseman, who fields the ball and throw to the catcher, who then goes to 1st base.
The parking and admission are free, and there will be lots of concessions in the infield in addition to the top dogs in the world competing for the championship.
At 2,400 square feet, the Stater Express Convenience Store, located in the center infield RV area on the backstretch, will be the largest convenience/grocery store in California Speedway history.
Sure, give them 25,000 years, and they might replicate 25 years ago, when the Dodgers merely won the most important of their five titles in Los Angeles, the one that avenged the 1977-78 World Series losses to the Yankees, the one that certified the eight-year infield would not leave empty-handed, the one without which maybe Lasorda isn't around for 1988.