- n. Plural form of ballplayer.
“Even so, it's a grind, a term ballplayers use to get themselves through the tough parts of the schedule.”
“They have better things to spend the taxpayers money on than to bring in ballplayers for a big photo-op and get autographed pictures and balls.”
“It would be nice if Whiting could work some ex-suketto gaijin ballplayers as extras.”
“Young Latin American ballplayers have contributed to the fun at Legion Park (now called Centene Stadium) for a long time.”
“Doan promised to procure other big-name ballplayers.24”
“The ballplayers were the only ones greeted in the U.S. by car and driver.”
“CHERNOFF: Well, you know, Tony, it will be, but let's also consider the fact that I think any baseball fan over the age of 10 recognizes the fact that this has been going on for years and that big name ballplayers have been involved.”
“The ballplayers are the equivalent of strippers on the stage to get people inside to pay extravagant cover charges and $20 for a light beer.”
“I got to meet a lot of the old timers and the old big-name ballplayers ...”
“The juror called the ballplayers who testified about their own drug use at the trial "true heroes.”
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