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  • n. A home run in which the ball does not leave the field of play; an inside-the-park home run.


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  • The speedy Suzuki had no problem rounding the bases and scoring standing up with the first inside-the-parker of his career.

    Mariners' Suzuki runs off with MVP

  • First home run: In T-ball, I hit an inside-the-parker. - Upton leads 2005 All-USA baseball team

  • "I figured it was a big outfield and when he left his feet and didn't come up with it, it was probably my chance of getting an inside-the-parker," Pierre said.

  • Ordonez misplayed the carom off the wall and Lo Duca raced home for his fourth homer and the first inside-the-parker by a

  • An inside-the-park homer is rare, and a stand-up inside-the-parker is rarer still, but on this one, the fleet Wise didn't even draw so much as a throw. - AL beats NL in the final Double-A All-Star finale

  • But if he misses one and in this game he did, the attempt can turn a single into a triple or inside-the-parker. Front Page

  • The home run was the first inside-the-parker for the Astros at Minute Maid Park since Adam Everett on Aug. 6, 2003.

    The Seattle Times

  • Campana became the first Cub in history to hit an inside-the-parker as his first major league homer at Wrigley.

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  • Peralta slid in ahead of the relay throw by shortstop Danny Worth with Cleveland's first inside-the-parker since Grady Sizemore did it against Baltimore on April 27, 2007.

    Click on Detroit - News

  • Bautista hit an inside-the-parker on July 7 against Minnesota.



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