- junkball + -er (Wiktionary)
“Well, you say nice things about how he's learned to be a crafty junkballer which is an admirable way for him to extend his career when he used to be a strikeout pitcher with good stuff.”
“MIAMI (AP) - Against junkballer Jamie Moyer, those home run swings the Florida Marlins like to take produced mostly feeble grounders and popups.”
“I think the idea was that Robertson is a fastball pitcher and with two out and no one on you want a junkballer against Kendrick.”
“In baseball parlance, he was a junkballer, a back-of-the-rotation veteran who could be counted on to eat up innings, win a few games and not much more.”
“Having a pitching staff headed by a limping head case, a 60 year old Cuban junkballer, and a cross dresser is getting a lot of Met fans pissed off.”
“Note: According to Total Baseball, Ferrell lost his good fastball in 1933 and was forced to make the adjustment to junkballer.”
“He held his own at the back of the White Sox's rotation for 28 starts last year 12-6, 4.64 ERA, but at this stage of his career, the 35-year-old Garcia is a junkballer with a high-80s fastball who relies heavily on a changeup that is only about six or seven miles per hour slower.”
“White Sox fans universally noted the devolution of Garcia into a junkballer during the 2006 season, with across the board velocity drops.”
“She's also reluctant to think of herself as a junkballer because when her stuff is working it ranks right up there with the best in the league.”
“And that deep ball of his is better than you may think -- he's no junkballer.”
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