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  • v. Present participle of outright.

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Examples

  • Hart said he did not consider outrighting either player to protect Pratt.

    USATODAY.com - American League West

  • Cruz didn't make the Rangers' Opening Day roster out of spring training in 2008 and, since he was out of options, the club exposed him to waivers before outrighting him back to Triple-A.

    CNN.com

  • The Mariners had claimed Petit off waivers from the Diamondbacks in November but designated him for assignment Feb. 6 when they signed Erik Bedard, outrighting him to Class AAA Tacoma on Feb. 10. ...

    HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • I doubt the team would risk outrighting him to AAA and losing him on a waiver claim when Vargas and Fister still have options.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Seattle Mariners continued to tweak their 2010 roster Wednesday by signing a journeyman relief pitcher, outrighting another reliever to the minor leagues and losing one on a waiver claim to the Boston Red Sox.

    HeraldNet.com LOCAL NEWS

  • The Astros got a head start last week, outrighting lefthanded relievers Tim Byrdak and

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Re: outrighting Snyder - does that mean he has to pass through waivers, i.e. someone else could claim him?

    Bleed Cubbie Blue

  • Snyder has some talent (and actually played in yesterday's game after being outrighted), but again, as after the move outrighting Richie Robnett on Tuesday, I wonder what the purpose of having three open spots on the 40-man roster at this stage of spring training would be, except to make room for possible outside-the-organization acquisitions.

    Bleed Cubbie Blue

  • While there might be a trade before the end of spring training, I doubt that the outrighting of Robinette is any precursor of an immediate deal.

    Bleed Cubbie Blue

  • Notes: The Nationals made a trio of roster moves, outrighting infielder Kory Casto and left-hander Mike O'Connor to Triple-A Syracuse and putting right-hander Terrell Young on the

    News for WSLS 10

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