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  • noun Plural form of hurler.


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  • How big-name hurlers fare in their first season with the Yankees

  • This week we're looking at how big-name hurlers fare in their first seasons in pinstripes, relievers who go out with a bang and sluggers who had power from dawn to dusk in their careers.

  • The whole of this neighbourhood is famous for its "hurlers" and

    The Cornish Riviera

  • When one of the "hurlers" hit the owner, it was deemed an omen that the party would shortly be married.

    Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 2 (of 2)

  • We should have a pretty good indication of what kind of hurlers the Sooners are putting on the mound this season by the end of the weekend.

    Crimson And Cream Machine

  • Led by Sabathia and his .250 lifetime average, three home runs and 14 RBI, Yankee pitchers display much more skill than most American League hurlers.

    Hitless, but Never Hapless

  • There have been other addled pinstriped hurlers — Carl Pavano, anyone? — but no one mixes such a maddeningly inconsistent cocktail.

    When A.J. Pitches, I'll Be in the Cellar

  • That'll let them keep the paychecks relatively low even if the hurlers continue to pitch like All-Stars.

    Teams, Young Arms Lock Up Good Deals

  • Twenty-four hours after putting up 10 runs against CC Sabathia, Joba Chamberlain and a host of lesser New York Yankees pitchers, the Nationals managed just two measly hits against Atlanta Braves hurlers Tommy Hanson, Cristhian Martinez, Jonny Venters, Jairo Asencio and Arodys Vizcaino in a 5-0 loss in front of 6,250 fans at Space Coast Stadium.

    Nationals' bats absent in 5-0 loss to Braves

  • To add some spice, you can give a nod to such contemporary hurlers as Billy Wagner, Stephen Strasburg, Joel Zumaya and Aroldis Chapman.

    Tim Wendel: Nolan Ryan Strives to Turn Texas Rangers into Winners


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