- n. One who plays baseball, especially professional baseball.
- n. an athlete who plays baseball
“The earliest citation on the databases can a hacking baseball player slide into a database? is a September 1984 usage by Jim Wacker, the Texas Christian University football coach, who told David Casstevens of the Dallas Morning News that the “physical game” played by his TCU Horned Frogs was “smash-mouth football.””
““The brother that got off the baseball player Lorenzo Lewis.””
“John had been a college athlete, a baseball player whose days had, since childhood, begun with exercise and ended with Muscle Milk.”
“Seitz’s decision made Hunter the first baseball player in the history of the major leagues with the legal right to leave one team and sign with any team he wanted.”
“Ask, seventeen-year-old Taylor Hooton, a baseball player from Plano, Texas, or twenty-four-year-old baseball player Rob Garibaldi, who both committed suicide due to depression brought on by steroids.”
“This was not known for certain until a retired New York Times correspondent, Herbert L. Matthews, accomplished one of the most famous and controversial newspaper scoops of the twentieth century by finding Dr. Castro alive, bearded and talkative in his mountain hideaway along with eighteen colorful bearded rebels, including one who had been a pro baseball player in the United States.”
“His father was a sports instructor and former baseball player whom Twombly admiringly described as still doing back flips at the age of 40: he was known as "Cy" after the legendary pitcher "Cyclone" Young.”
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