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  • n. Plural form of changeup.


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  • Lord struck out eight in the game, including three on called changeups that froze Hart hitters.


  • Pedro's fastball could be classified as changeups for most pitchers given the low amount of speed.

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  • Hilary Clinton's elbow surgery might prevent her from "pitching heat" at her adversaries, but she might be able to skillfully lobby "changeups" and befuddle them.

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  • Mastering "feel" pitches such as changeups is a significant part of that, and Lohse will continue to work on them until he gets them right -- a luxury he did not have last spring.


  • Like Janelle Monae, who sang "Tightrope" with too many changeups for her backup dancers who seemed to be in desperate search of a groove.

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  • "It was funny, the last couple times out, I threw a bunch of changeups, and I thought that was going to be the same plan going forward tonight," he said.

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  • Sunday, with New York's Freddy Garcia twirling his full arsenal of splitters, sliders and changeups, the Indians whacked balls into the ground or hit weak flyballs, never really threatening the Yankees.

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  • His most freakish attribute is his bat spend, and maybe pitchers will force him to slow his bat down with a constant diet of sliders, changeups and curves.

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  • Throwing junk curveballs and changeups so that his mid-to-high 80s fastball looked faster, he, like Cliff Lee did the night before, had a stretch where he struck out three batters on three different pitches.

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  • In total command of his curveballs, cutters and changeups, his fastball was equally confounding as it painted all parts of the strike zone with his excellence.

    One Season


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