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  • n. Plural form of pitchout.

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Examples

  • Basically, they expect him to try to steal when ever he gets on base—and Gardner hasn't adjusted well to that cat-and-mouse game of pickoff throws, pitchouts and faked steal attempts.

    A Skunk at the Gardner Party

  • #405@GTH: I liked the idea of walking him on a couple more pitchouts.

    IGD: Padres vs Rockies (17 Apr 08)

  • Hey, Roger called 22 pitchouts in a game against us and never nailed one guy.

    Baseball’s Even Greater Insults

  • They might try occasional pitchouts to confront the dilemma, he said.

    Reader - MassLive.com

  • He has the authority to signal picks and pitchouts to the catcher.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • In Game 2 the Giants’ Roger Craig called two pitchouts and caught Cardinal baserunners trying to steal both times.

    Baseball’s Even Greater Insults

  • [Bench coach] Joey [Cora] calls the running game, pickoffs and pitchouts, so he must see something on certain counts. "

    Chicago White Sox News

  • "One, teams are more aware with controlling the running game, to slide step, varying times, pitchouts and whatnot, and there's more information with advance scouting how to slow it down.

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