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outfield

1. Cricket the area of the field relatively far from the pitch; the deep
2. Baseball
a. the area of the playing field beyond the lines connecting first, second, and third bases
b. the positions of the left fielder, centre fielder, and right fielder taken collectively
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A sodden outfield the culprit, with the series finishing as a 1-1 tie.
Jonathan Hoyle of Almondbury Wes took the Championship wicketkeeping prize with 43 victims, while the outfield catching award went to Alastiar Finn of Elland with 15 victims.
Pictures from the ground on Thursday showed worn patches on the outfield, with one entire end of the pitch - where the stage for the gigs had been positioned - covered by sheeting.
With the equity investment, the state becomes a part owner of Outfield Partners LLC the company created to build The Outfield apartment development.
The Old Trafford outfield under water yesterday as forcing the abandonment of last |night's T20 Blast quarter-final between Lancashire Lightning and Glamorgan
LITHERLAND TIGERS highly-successful U10s side who play in the Skelmersdale League are seeking outfield players for trials.
German-owned Bayern Munich had five German outfield players, Spanishowned Barcelona had six Spanish outfield players, Italian-owned Juventus had four Italian outfield players, Dutch-owned Ajax had five Dutch outfield players.
Since the end of last season, Bears groundsman Gary Barwell and his team have sought to improve drainage of the Edgbaston outfield.
WARWICKSHIRE expect improvements carried out to the Edgbaston outfield this winter to keep badweather delays to play to an absolute minimum next season and beyond.
The TJFA Under-7s are looking for a goalkeeper and outfield players, while the Under-15s are also looking for outfield players and the Under-18s are looking for players in all positions.
Kayla Iorio spent the early part of the season in the outfield, before moving to third base.