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- n. Plural form of sidearmer.
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#138@Tom Waits: Those would be submariners, not sidearmers.
Jim Palmer: “A few sidearmers, such as Dean Chance and Steve Barber, can throw across the body successfully—mainly because the optical effect contributes to fear on the part of right-handed batters.”
Though Ed had been a third baseman throughout his 554-game career, he did his best to imitate all types of pitchers, even sidearmers such as Kent Tekulve.
We have a couple of guys who throw split-fingers, a couple of guys who blow gas, sidearmers, guys with herky-jerky motions, all kinds of release points.
Chad Bradford, once one of the best right-handed sidearmers in the game, had persistent back problems that finally forced him to retire.
Fuentes never gets the ball very high, and throws sidearm, but without the big sweeping motion that a lot of sidearmers use.
I've always been entertained by sidearmers, ever since I saw Terry Leach throw for the first time.