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  • n. Plural form of seamhead.

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Examples

  • The kind of rotation that gets seamheads talking about the glorious Baltimore Orioles rotation of the early '70s, when four guys, Mike Cuellar, Dave McNally, Pat Dobson and Jim Palmer each won at least 20 games.

    Cliff Lee gives Phillies' rotation a boost into the stratosphere

  • One of the highlights of any offseason for the seamheads out there comes when Baseball America publishes its list of top prospects by team.

    Bryce Harper tops Baseball America's top 10 Nationals prospects

  • The NBA is about 1 year away from seamheads ruining it for the internet with these bullshit stats like they did with baseball.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Looming Blowout

  • For the Red Sox, the 2011 season will be dissected by seamheads for decades to come.

    SI.com

  • Veteran seamheads are calling it the mother of all double switches.

    The Seattle Times

  • Or as the feat is now known among seamheads, a quadruple-triple.

    The Seattle Times

  • Looking ahead, the series schedule doesn't hold a great amount of promise for us seamheads.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • No he is not a Derek Jeter, a Jimmy Rollins, a Jose ... seamheads. com 25 days ago - In the Spring of 1991, seven years after his retirement as an active player, former Orioles 'pitcher Jim Palmer was attempting the most intriguing comeback in baseball history.

    BallHype - Top Sports News, Videos, and Blogs

  • In seven, maybe eight short months, we'll know the answers to all those provocative questions of seamheads everywhere.

    statesman.com - Highschool

  • As an adult, a mention of my hometown can still start a conversation -- often with an assist from my husband, a baseball writer and fanatic who loves to tell other seamheads where I'm from.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

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