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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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Throughout the baseball season, Budweiser will allow fans to select their favorite walk-off of the month by voting on MLB.
In baseball history, there have been some memorable walk-offs, including many late-inning heroics in both the 2011 regular and post seasons," said McCarthy.
All 30 Major League Clubs are represented in this collection, including many of the most renowned walk-off home runs from players like Mickey Mantle, Ichiro Suzuki, Bobby Thomson, Derek Jeter, Carlton Fisk and David Ortiz.
1 -- color) Yhency Brazoban trudges off the field as Pat Burrell, left, heads home on a walk-off homer by Ryan Howard, right.
Marcelino Montero gave Littlerock a 1-0 upset of second-place Palmdale on Friday by hitting a walk-off home run in a game in which the Lobos were being no-hit.
The tag stuck right up until the last pitch he threw for the Yankees, a momentum-turning, walk-off homer to Florida's Alex Gonzalez in the 12th inning of Game 4 of last year's World Series.
After all, the Angels played 14 innings spanning more than five hours Thursday night, suffered a grim walk-off loss to the Montreal Expos, then grabbed a flight in the wee hours of Friday morning from humid Puerto Rico to even more humid South Florida.
Pepperdine also topped UC Santa Barbara 5-2 on a walk-off grand slam by Chris Kelly three weeks ago.
Garret Anderson's two-run, walk-off home run off Seattle ace reliever Kazuhiro Sasaki ended two streaks.
Fox and NBC told baseball there'd be no walk-off victory after the networks were informed it'd be in their best interest to pay triple the rights fees if they wanted to keep promoting their product on an annual basis.
then said he did not want to see such walk-offs in the future.