- n. Plural form of baseman.
“My Five Best AL Third Basemen of All-TimeKnown as the "Hot Corner" for the close proximity to home plate, the third basemen is responsible for having quick reflexes and a strong arm to throw the ball to first base.”
“Known as the “Hot Corner” for the close proximity to home plate, the third basemen is responsible for having quick reflexes and a strong arm to throw the ball to first base.”
“The record for second basemen is 42, set by Rogers Hornsby in 1922 and tied by Davey Johnson in 1973.”
“Keith Lockhart, who went from being a minor league spring invitee to starting more games than any of the other four second basemen, is 37 and unsigned.”
“Kent went on to become one of the most prolific second basemen in baseball history.”
“With Teixeira choosing New York over Boston in 2008, and the Red Sox openly pining for Gonzalez to fill the void thereafter, the two long-connected first basemen are set up to be faces of this rivalry for the foreseeable future, assuming Gonzalez signs a long-term deal with Boston as expected.”
“You look at the top players in baseball, every single year, it's the first basemen.”
“His 507 RBI also rank first among major league second basemen in that span.”
“While that's usually the case, aside from Adrian Beltre (.561), Pablo Sandoval (.552 SLG), and Aramis Ramirez (.510 SLG), no other third basemen in baseball had a slugging percentage over .500 during 2011.”
“But no, we second basemen generally are stationed toward the end of the batting order, a conduit between the power hitters in the middle and a trip back to the contact hitters at the top of the order.”
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