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  • n. Plural form of sinkerballer.

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Examples

  • A pitching staff stocked with sinkerballers has the NL's second-lowest ERA (4.13 through Sunday).

    USATODAY.com - Pitchers no longer need to fear Coors Field

  • The 2008 draft class is rich with quality righthanded sinkerballers.

    Padres Farm Report (3 May 08)

  • The Dodgers will, I think, overcome the Phillies, especially as their array of sinkerballers should cut away some of the Phillies 'edge at home, but they'll likely need some luck, and a big performance from Mr. Ramirez.

    Baseball's Little Princes

  • "The sinkerballers, we're sort of looking forward to them to make them hit the ball early in the count, so maybe the eight strikeouts weren't a good sign."

    American League Baseball - Red Sox vs. Yankees

  • You're talking about one of the best sinkerballers in the game in Cahill.

    The Seattle Times

  • "You know Pineiro is a sinkerballer, and what sinkerballers do is try to throw the ball down in the zone and get you to roll over the ball," Gardenhire said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "You know he's a sinkerballer, and what sinkerballers do is try to throw the ball down in the zone and get you to roll over the ball," manager Ron Gardenhire said.

    SI.com

  • Like most sinkerballers, Richard does a good job inducing ground balls, thus quite a few GIDPs by the other team.

    Talking Chop

  • The flyball can often be the easiest way, which is why you'll see sinkerballers so effective late.

    The Seattle Times

  • Instead, it could be that sinkerballers and shoulders might not hold up well.

    Baseball Prospectus

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