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pitcher

1
Botany any of the urn-shaped leaves of the pitcher plant

pitcher

2
1. Baseball the player on the fielding team who pitches the ball to the batter
2. a granite stone or sett used in paving
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(1988) Timing of the lower limb drive and throwing limb movement in baseball pitching. International Journal of Sport Biomechanics 4, 59-67.
Baseball pitching grips: Learn how to throw pitches using different baseball pitching grips.: The Complete Pitcher, Inc.; 2014.
They include a third season of Million Dollar Arm, where India is scoured in the hope of finding baseball pitching talent to star in America's baseball leagues.
While watching a cricket match on TV, JB decides to go to India where the match was held in a crazy effort to find the next baseball pitching sensation.
He also had a brief foray into the world of baseball pitching in 1987.
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JUGS Sports is the leading producer of baseball pitching machines (http://jugssports.com/) and batting cages (http://jugssports.com/batting-cages/).
The overhead throwing motion is needed in many sports like baseball pitching, tennis serve, volleyball spike and rugby pass.
There's the man whose past drinking has prevented him having the children he wanted, a brother Amos whose baseball pitching skills remain undiscovered and the previously successful man now confined to a wheelchair.
Held this year from December 28 through December 30 at the McCormick Place Convention Center, the festival includes activities and fitness equipment such as trampolines, golf, climbing walls, football, chess, an obstacle course, a zone for small children, bowling, table tennis, badminton, boxing, a baseball pitching zone, fishing ponds, a giant slide, a 40-yard dash area, skateboarding, wrestling, and open courts for volleyball and basketball.