- n. Plural form of hitter.
“But the most important reason to believe that steroids give a structural advantage to hitters is that home runs increased greatly in the steroid era.”
“One of the presumed drawbacks for leadoff hitters is the lack of RBI opportunities they get hitting with no one on base in the first inning and (in the NL) hitting behind the pitcher most of the rest of the time.”
“Trading one or more of them for protectable hitters is an even better idea.”
“While the top tier of power hitters is a little more crowded, the overall home run rate this season is down — again.”
“It's not difficult to see that I've been seduced by some of the grand hitters from the big publishing houses of late and I'll confess the teetering booktowers of Babel have been far too tempting while I've been home having myself a restful convalesce.”
“Good low ball hitters from the left side of the plate, such as designated hitter David Ortiz and right fielder J.D. Drew, will take away Fogg's ability to use his slider effectively out of the strike zone.”
“• The best way to approach the Yankees hitters is to "pitch to contact," that is, throw strikes and rely on your defense.”
“• The only way to approach the Twins 'big hitters is with velocity.”
“In the AL, our list of the top 10 hitters is loaded with surprises, from Vernon Wells ($44) to Jonny Gomes ($41) to Nick Swisher ($34).”
“The challenge for right-handed hitters is not being fooled by the easily reachable Crawford Boxes in left field, just 315 feet from home plate.”
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