- n. alternative spelling of pinch hitter.
“Manager Jim Tracy instead sent pinch-hitter Ryan Doumit to the plate, and as a light rain began to fall, Cox sprang from the dugout and shuffled toward the mound, his artificial knees seeming to creak with each step.”
“Sabathia had answered the call; and would do so in the sixth, when he got pinch-hitter Ben Francisco flied out to end the sixth with a runner on second.”
“But when pinch-hitter Eric Hinske lined a two-run homer off Sergio Romo in the eighth, the Braves suddenly had the lead.”
“He walked pinch-hitter Matt Stairs (FSY) with one out.”
“Rookie LHP Antonio Bastardo (FSY) struck out Colorado pinch-hitter Jason Giambi (FSY) to leave the bases loaded in the eighth.”
“Harper entered the game in the bottom of the fifth, as a pinch-hitter for Jayson Werth, who went 0 for 1 with a walk in a strikeout in his Nationals debut.”
“La Russa got a pinch hit from Allen Craig on a favorable matchup, and he later forced Washington to send up rusty pinch-hitter Esteban German, who hadn't batted in nearly a month, with the game on the line.”
“Harris, 32, is the most experienced rightfielder of the trio, but even he has appeared in only 45 games there and has spent most of his 10-year career as a pinch-hitter and utility player.”
“Stairs has been pigeon-holed as a pinch-hitter, but the Nationals are confident that, in a bind, he could play the field.”
“On Rivera's first pitch, pinch-hitter Russell Branyan drilled a three-run homer to right field.”
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