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putout

Baseball a play in which the batter or runner is put out
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The statistics that are in common use--chances, putouts, and errors--are so general that they tell us almost nothing about the value of defense, nor do they separate the better players and teams from the worse ones.
The Jays shortstop throws to first baseman Justin Smoak for the putout.
But Jakola induced a sky-high popout, and first baseman Brennan Cuddahy made a nice play on a Gallagher grounder for an unassisted putout to end the game.
That's one of our mottos," said Davis, who went 2-for-4 with an RBI and also had a nice putout at third base on a one-hopper to right field.
Royal Applause is the covering sire of two attractively bred mares - Clever Clogs, one of the John Troy draft and from the family of Nureyev and Sadler's Wells; and Putout, a granddaughter of Mrs Moss and dam of Group 3 winner Palanca.
First baseman Drew Graves helped turn a pair of double plays on attempted hit-and-runs by Cape Cod, both times making the putout at first and nailing aggressive base runners trying to go from first to third.
In came Kayser, who got the next batter to hit into a 2-5 putout on an attempted sacrifice bunt.
He also played sparkling defense at third base with three assists and a putout, fielding Tyler Buffington's grounder and nailing him at first for the final out in the seventh that set off a mob celebration, as Notre Dame (27-4) won its first baseball title in the school's 60-year history.
Tony McCoy had little sympathy for Frankie Dettori when he learned yesterday how putout his Flat rival was that the jumps champion beat him to the 2,000-winner mark.
Not only did Schafer not have four assists and seven putouts in that game but the entire Boston outfield had neither a putout nor an assist that day.
CUTLINE: Newark first baseman Burt Reynolds makes the putout of Worcester's Ryan Crespi as umpire Sean Hicks prepares to make the call.
Official scoring is not my cup of tea, but to be consistent with the playing rules, it would seem logical that Puig should get credit for an assist on the play and Ethier should get credit for the putout.