Did you by any chance mean sidearm?
- n. baseball One who throws with arm roughly parallel to the ground.
- sidearm + -er (Wiktionary)
“We've got to remind ourselves that two years ago this guy was a (sidearmer)," Maddux says.”
“Most of the pitchers are highly regarded prospects except for former Padre reliever Blaine Neal and former D-backs sidearmer Mike Koplove.”
“Mr. O'Day, a relatively unknown sidearmer who made it to Anaheim unexpectedly out of spring training in 2008, follows Mr. Rodriguez to the National League and into a wide-open Mets bullpen.”
“(Oakland sidearmer Chad Bradford's) coming from an awkward position. ...”
“Source:Splendor on the Diamond Rich Westcott, 2000; according to the same source, Hudson threw overhand before World War II, but developed a bone spur in his shoulder while pitching for his Army team, and came back after the war as a sidearmer.”
“When he's right, he's dynamite the young sidearmer held batters to a .173 average, the lowest of any closer last season.”
“According to Tom Seaver in Pitching with Tom Seaver with Steve Jacobson, 1973, The greatest advantage a pitcher has against a hitter hitting from the same side is demonstrated by a sidearmer.”
“Note: Quisenberry converted from sidearmer to submariner in 1980.”
“Puffer is a sidearmer with a nasty a sinking fastball.”
“No one in the organization was more of a breakthrough player or pleasant surprise than the sidearmer Puffer.”
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