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“In the first inning, Redding put runners on with a walk and a hit batter, then threw the ball into center field on a pick-off attempt before striking out Ryan Howard and getting Jayson Werth to pop up and end the inning.”
“Next year, I search for bigger ones to pick-off and eat ... thanks my dear!”
“For the Chancellor, the pick-off play was the last straw.”
“I'm not convinced that Norm Coleman's as easy a pick-off in Minnesota as the more partisan Democrats would like to think: he's moderate, been a long-time fixture in state politics, a proven winner of Democrat votes and I think he handled himself well during the very difficult aftermath of Senator Wellstone's death - it was the loony left that destroyed their chances of holding that seat, not Coleman.”
“Rep. Bill Sali is the most "likely" pick-off - his unfavorables are through the roof (32% favorable) and he only won his seat by 5%.”
“He was caught leaning toward second on Buehrle's pick-off throw to first, but Chicago failed to get him out and Gomes took second.”
“Of course the runner may also advance on a balk, a passed ball, or on an errant pick-off throw.”
“Tebbetts — who at the time he wrote the piece was a catcher for the Boston Red Sox — provides a look at the mechanics of catching, along with hints on the strategy of the pick-off, the pitchout, and more.”
“As Greg Dobbs batted, Brocail threw the ball into center field on a botched pick-off attempt.”
“Geographically the Bay Area is pretty small and due to the ocean thermals the wind drifts due west so you'd only pick-off a couple of counties and depending on the time of year and the tonnage they might not even get Travis and Sacto.”
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