Definitions

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  • n. A fly ball that becomes a base hit

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Examples

  • Only one ball—a squibber by Alex Rodriguez—was hit in fair territory.

    One Season

  • That gave the Yankees their opening: Robinson Cano beat out a squibber to third, and then Swisher drove both men home with a double into the left-center gap.

    Yanks' Duel Turns Into a Slugfest Loss; Jeter Hitless

  • In the top of the second with Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio both on base, Cubs third sacker Stan Hack collided with shortstop Billy Jurges while trying to field an infield squibber.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • One of them was hit off the end of the bat to left field and Thome rolled one through like a squibber.

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  • But Beckett, who was the second overall pick in the 1999 draft, reared back and got Abreu to hit a squibber in front of the plate that resulted in a forceout, struck out Thome and got

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  • However, he struggled from the outset in Game 1, and aggravated the injury awkwardly coming off the mound to field Johnny Damon's infield squibber in the fourth inning.

    USATODAY.com - Clemens available for Game 5

  • He knew the squibber, and often gave her half a column.

    A Gentleman's Gentleman 1909

  • Lefty Tim Collins worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the sixth inning by retiring Hank Conger on a squibber back to the mound.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • The first hit with runners in scoring position by either team was Francisco's squibber off the end of the bat just out of the reach of Descalso at third and reliever Mark Rzepczynski to put runners on the corners with two outs in the eighth.

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  • Lorenzo Cain followed with a squibber up the third-base line, which scored Perez.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

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