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- n. (baseball) a pitcher who throws with the right hand
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The Royals traded Piniella to the Yankees in 1973 for right-handed pitcher Lindy McDaniel, and the well-traveled player quickly became one of the most popular players on the team.
The night Bobby Kennedy was shot in Los Angeles, the Dodgers were playing in town and thirty-one-year-old right-handed pitcher Don Drysdale threw his sixth consecutive shutout, this time against the Pittsburgh Pirates.