- n. Plural form of hurler.
“This week we're looking at how big-name hurlers fare in their first seasons in pinstripes, relievers who go out with a bang and sluggers who had power from dawn to dusk in their careers.”
“How big-name hurlers fare in their first season with the Yankees”
“The whole of this neighbourhood is famous for its "hurlers" and”
“When one of the "hurlers" hit the owner, it was deemed an omen that the party would shortly be married.”
“We should have a pretty good indication of what kind of hurlers the Sooners are putting on the mound this season by the end of the weekend.”
“Twenty-four hours after putting up 10 runs against CC Sabathia, Joba Chamberlain and a host of lesser New York Yankees pitchers, the Nationals managed just two measly hits against Atlanta Braves hurlers Tommy Hanson, Cristhian Martinez, Jonny Venters, Jairo Asencio and Arodys Vizcaino in a 5-0 loss in front of 6,250 fans at Space Coast Stadium.”
“To add some spice, you can give a nod to such contemporary hurlers as Billy Wagner, Stephen Strasburg, Joel Zumaya and Aroldis Chapman.”
“Led by Sabathia and his .250 lifetime average, three home runs and 14 RBI, Yankee pitchers display much more skill than most American League hurlers.”
“There have been other addled pinstriped hurlers — Carl Pavano, anyone? — but no one mixes such a maddeningly inconsistent cocktail.”
“That'll let them keep the paychecks relatively low even if the hurlers continue to pitch like All-Stars.”
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