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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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There have been nine walk-off hits in All-Star game history, with three games decided by a home run:
David Ortiz slugged a dramatic two-run homer - the 10th walk-off home run with the Red Sox (including postseason), his 16th career regular-season walk-off hit, his first walk-off hit of 2007 and his second round-tripper of the night - to power Boston to a dramatic 5-4 victory over Tampa Bay last night.
For a team that has a 32-42 record on the road (49-32 at home), the Dodgers barely broke even, needing two walk-off home runs for two of their five wins on this ten-game home stretch.
com), one of the Internet's largest betting sites offering odds surrounding the hottest issues in worldwide, entertainment and sporting news, posted odds today offering bettors a chance to predict if MLB's player of the week, David Ortiz, will have another walk-off hit (or homerun).
Jim Thome recently became the career leader for most walk-off homers with 13.
Referring to his big brother's walk-off, guitarist JAREd FOLLOWiLL (the fittest one, I might add) apologised for the sudden end to their set, saying: "I love our fans so much.
The situation, with the potential winning run on second base, was strikingly familiar to the previous evening, when Garciaparra hit a dribbler off the first-base bag to give the Dodgers a walk-off victory.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter last night said he would have supported England's players had they staged a walk-off in Madrid last week.
The support for multiple authentication devices, coupled with the ability to automate walk-off security policies and track access to applications, reduces the risk of unauthorized access to confidential information.
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