- n. Plural form of leaguer.
“While I have yet to see any explanation as to why the declining number of African-American major leaguers is such a serious problem, or convincing evidence that the decline is in any way attributable to overt, present-day racism, the fact that many of the Latin American players are “black” is not an entirely persuasive counterargument given the manner in which such players make it to the majors.”
“The pool of potentially major league-ready minor leaguers is also a bit thinner this year.”
“Detroit Tigers (39.7%): The current crop of homegrown major leaguers is highlighted by 2004 first-rounder and 2006 AL Rookie of the Year Justin Verlander and includes third baseman Brandon Inge, taken as a catcher in 1998's second round, and center fielder Curtis Granderson, a 2002 third-rounder.”
“The Twins learned that at least two of their minor leaguers from the Dominican”
“In a saga with twists and turns sometimes sad and sometimes laughable, a case launched in 1996 by five 1940s major leaguers is nearing its end.”
“Pictoral history of the amateur game in South Dakota, along with artifacts from about half of the 24 big-leaguers from the state.”
“Within her hold are erected huge water-casks called leaguers, on these are stowed the provisions, wood, etcetera; above this is the slave-deck.”
“Harper, 18, has high-level professional experience from the 2010 Arizona Fall League, but playing in an exhibition game against major leaguers will be a new step in his development.”
“Now all three are reloading their already powerful rotations with signings, minor leaguers and converted relievers, creating a trio of deep, loaded staffs that could undo the AL East's longstanding reputation as a division dominated by big bats.”
“Ivy leaguers have a new way to earn extra spending money: selling their old college-admissions essays.”
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