American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sosa, Samuel Known as "Sammy.” Born 1968. Dominican baseball player. A player for the Chicago Cubs (since 1992), in 1998 he broke Roger Maris's single-season record for home runs, hitting 66 to Mark McGwire's 70, and won the National League's most valuable player award.
“Chicago's Sammy Sosa is again carrying fantasy teams by himself, much like his real-life Cubbies, by going. 410-11-28 in the first”
“The last thing you ever have to worry about with Sammy Sosa is an effort that is less than 100%.”
“Sosa is currently the face of Lanc ô me and David Yurman jewelry.”
“Two possible story-changinging gambit for public figures caught up in dumb controversies: Harry Reid could confess to having used performance-enhancing drugs during his time as a boxer, or else Mark McGwire could say that his popularity relative to Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa is due to his lack of “Negro dialect.””
“As of this writing, 10 days after the draft, Sosa is hitting .440 in the spring with two home runs.”
“Point guard Edgar Sosa is another Big Apple product, and New Jersey natives Earl Clark and Derrick Caracter will be asked to carry a large load this season.”
“Sosa is the main question mark and whatever he produces will be a bonus.”
“Out of baseball for a year, Sammy Sosa is back on the fantasy radar as one of the more interesting additions to the fantasy pool.”
“Free agent outfielder Sammy Sosa is on the Dominican roster but hasn't said whether he intends to play.”
“The best of Sammy Sosa is coming," says Sosa, who has 574 home runs.”
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