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- n. Agent noun of hurl; someone who hurls or throws.
- n. The pitcher.
- n. Someone who participates in the sport of hurling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who hurls, or plays at hurling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who hurls; especially, one who plays at hurling.
- n. One employed in carrying stones, peat, or other material on a wheelbarrow.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (baseball) the person who does the pitching
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Jonathan Sanchez, former no-hitter hurler, is the 4th pitcher in the rotation and Todd Wellemeyer is holds down the 5th spot of this outstanding rotation.
Also, while he may need to work on his breaking pitches, the consensus is that the hurler could be a pivotal part of any major league rotation.
Clemens dubbed the hurler '' the Stone-Throwing Ghost. ''
A local editor for the Akron Argus and reporter for the Cleveland Leader, Clemens dubbed the hurler '' the Stone-Throwing Ghost. ''
Cubs hurlers put up seven shutout innings today; even star "hurler" Neal Cotts goosed the
Reuters New York Yankees starting pitcher Ivan Nova The streak ties Ford's 1950 rookie campaign for most consecutive wins for a Yankees rookie hurler.
No other rookie hurler with at least 150 innings has ever had more than nine strikeouts and fewer than three walks per nine innings.
In one episode, pitching hopefuls visit Citi Field, home of baseball's New York Mets, and get tips from former major-league hurler Frank Viola .
If Japanese hurler Yu Darvish is sold by his Nippon Professional Baseball team, the Nippon Ham Fighters, the Yankees will surely be interested and could bid big in the hope he could be that genuine No. 2 starter.
Statistics from the afternoon game are just a snapshot of the Mets' 1991 season, when both the left-handed hurler and his team, the one he had cheered for as a boy, collapsed.