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  • n. Plural form of four-seamer.

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Examples

  • Interestingly, he seems to be throwing few straight four-seamers.

    Strasburg live-blog: Baseballtown, USA

  • "I felt I was able to locate some sinkers, some four-seamers, a changeup and the cutter," Suppan said.

    USATODAY.com

  • Tim McCarver: The only sinkerballer who consistently throws four-seamers is Mark Clark, a strange pitcher.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • "He doesn't need to be throwing four-seamers at 98 miles an hour all the time," Rizzo said.

    SI.com

  • The not only generated a few strikeouts itself, but it also made his fastball tougher, as the Yanks swung and missed at four four-seamers and four cutters.

    River Avenue Blues

  • "I'm not saying I'm going to throw four-seamers (fastballs) up all the time, but you do have to change up on the eye level," Suppan said.

    daytondailynews.com - News

  • As you'll see, some of those sinkers were probably four-seamers and vice versa.

    The Crawfish Boxes

  • He did this by mixing his pitches well, throwing 45 four-seamers, 30 two-seamers, and 37 curveballs.

    River Avenue Blues

  • Burnett threw 29 four-seamers, 30 two-seamers, and 26 curves, though this time he mixed in eight changeups.

    River Avenue Blues

  • It's kind of gone through this era where it's no longer sinkers and four-seamers, but sinkers, four-seamers and cutters.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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