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pull the string

Definitions

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  • v. To throw an off-speed pitch, a change up, to cause the hitter to swing early and miss.

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Examples

  • "The coachman's drunk as well as you, Harriot," said I; and I was going to pull the string to stop him, but Harriot had hold of it.

    Belinda

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