- n. Plural form of fielder.
“The one true right-handed bat among the left and center fielders is Marcus Thames, in camp on a minor league contract.”
“Let's see who are the 'fielders' and who are the 'wooders.”
“Now the takers of such offers were of course "fielders;" for they in fact betted, that the horse named would not take their money, and consequently, if "Boots" won it, they were as much gainers as though the nag they relied upon had won it.”
“There is a fine line between demanding high standards of your fielders which is a healthy place to be for a side and then stepping over that line into a petulant world, and a world that damages the team in any way," Flower said.”
“By the time Bautista singled, the Rays had relievers warming up in the bullpen, and Raul Chavez 'fielders' choice turned out to be Price's final out.”
“- one ball between twenty children - one bowler, one batter - 18 bored children ('fielders')”
“fielders," for the other horses, albeit so spry in the beginning, had got beyond the kicking point; and submitted to the manipulation of their trainers with commendable, but ominous docility.”
“A posse of fielders dragged themselves away from Ian Bell's bottom to converge, but the ball fell comfortably short.”
“ERAs nose-dived in the 1960s, which would be consistent with fielders having better range due to the heightened reflexes that speed gives you.”
“Of course, there is a grain of truth in this explanation but there is also the danger of England hiding their heads in the sand by turning our attention to the curious, fleeting aberrations of the fielders, rather than the ever more obvious frailties of the bowlers.”
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