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- noun Alternative spelling of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a particular situation that is radically different from the preceding situation
- noun a field game played with a ball (especially baseball)
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'' The way we drew it up before the ballgame is the way the game played out.
The ballgame is over and there is nothing that gang of thieves and murderers in the White House can do about it.
"If you're going to win ballgame, you've got to put the hammer on them, knock them out," Marlins manager Jack McKeon said.
"Second and third inning, bases loaded, if we break out right there, the ballgame is over."
"Six turnovers in a ballgame is major," Snyder said.
"At 5-1, every one thinks the ballgame is over in the ninth inning," Jones said.
"Michigan did everything it needed to do to win the ballgame from a strategic standpoint," Illinois coach Bill Self said.
"It just felt as though one or two runs wasn't going to win the ballgame from the beginning," Chicago manager Jerry Manuel said.
Don’t these fools understand that the ballgame is over and they lost?
Johan Santana, who used to be caught by Henry Blanco back in Minnesota, has publicly stated this spring that he thinks Blanco does a great job of calling a ballgame and calming down a pitcher when a game starts to get out of control.