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  • n. Plural form of outfield.


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  • Gardner teams with Granderson and Nick Swisher to create one of the best defensive outfields in baseball.

    A Left-Field Glove With Center-Field Range

  • With the ball not swinging much for them, and rarely bouncing steeply, the England bowlers' extra pace has given Indian batsmen chances to hit drives through the line, not to mention all manner of other cuts, pulls, glides and slashes that invariably send the ball skittering over hard, skid-prone outfields to the boundary.

    Both India, England Struggle on Foreign Soil

  • Pricey Quartets The five most expensive outfields in 2011counting four outfielders, and how many Wins Above Replacement each was worth in the 2010 season.

    The Absurdly Expensive Angels Outfield

  • Lou Warner, the principal of Tennessee-based Warner's Athletic, an athletic field construction company, said much of his municipal work these days involves converting the outfields in countless parks into multi-sport facilities for soccer, football and lacrosse use.

    Has Baseball's Moment Passed?

  • Although the weather has been dry, so that outfields and pitches are abrasive, conditions at Trent Bridge, where England's three-match series against Bangladesh starts tomorrow afternoon, are not likely to be conducive to testing out these strategies to the extent they might like.

    England ready to put winning one-day formula to the test

  • When Carlos Beltran (hopefully) returns in May, no one should be able to dispute that the Mets will have one of the best outfields in baseball.

    Why the Mets Will Make the Playoffs in 2010

  • From habit, he supposed, his feet carried him off the path before he reached the nearer of the outfields, and with each step his anger dulled.

    Raven Speak

  • If someone took the time to chase after her, she could be found in the outfields picking small fistfuls of grass for Rune and the other grazing horses, or leading them to the mountain stream, or generally fussing over them until nightfall when, all by herself, she herded them into the byre with wildly flapping arms and a small shrill voice.

    Raven Speak

  • Stepping across the nascent threshold, she left Ketil to his work and climbed the path to the outfields.

    Raven Speak

  • In the nearer of the outfields Rune and the other two horses, each as thin as skeletons, busily nibbled their way across the new blades.

    Raven Speak


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