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  • n. Plural form of flyball.


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  • ESPN appears to have lumped balls categorized as line drives in with flyballs, which is how that recent THT article came to some of the wrong conclusions about Danks.

    South Side Sox

  • The Metrodome was a dark, indoor stadium with fast turf, where players lost balls in the Teflon roof and flyballs occasionally hit a speaker hanging from the ceiling.

    Minnesota Twins Team Report

  • Only 5.8 percent of his flyballs turned into home runs, sixth-best in the majors.

    Can Livan Hernandez do it again?

  • 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.

    Yanks Smack Cleveland Again

  • Cheering crowds, sizzling grounders, flyballs hit into the clouds.

    San Pedro de Macoris

  •  Snagging searing grounders, somehow stretching to catch flyballs that should've been just out of reach.

    Thinly Sliced Raw Fish

  • Like most of his teammates, he came up empty, hitting three flyballs against Hernández.

    Livan Hernandez helps Washington Nationals start road trip the right way

  • '' I was fortunate enough to get a strikeout and a couple of flyballs. ''

  • Center fielder Fowler, who was busy all day chasing and catching flyballs, made a nice running catch of Drew's sharp line drive in the fifth.

  • So influenced was Greinke from these pow-wows with Bannister that he began purposely trying to induce batters to hit flyballs to left field, knowing that vacuum cleaner David DeJesus would track down almost any ball that wasn't hit over the fence.

    Jonah Keri: Baseball's New Market Inefficiency


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