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- n. the uppermost sheltered deck that runs the entire length of a large vessel
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One ball landed in the second deck in right field, which caught the attention of pitcher Dillon Gee, who was jogging around the warning track.
Tom had already rushed up to the second deck to prepare for the take-off.
Two batters later, Raul Ibanez hit an even harder blast off Coke; this one hit a billboard hanging off the second deck in right.
Unloading on his gift, Melky launched a three-run homer into the second deck in right, giving the Yankees a 5-3 lead and an irreversible shift of the tide.
Alexander is supposed to be a two-decker, but no one mentioned that the second deck is being used as a hold because Alexander carries a lot of cargo and has no proper hold.