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- n. Plural form of stolen base.
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And while the move paid dividends during the regular season—A-Rod produced 36 homers, 106 RBIs and 28 stolen bases in his first season in pinstripes—the biggest pay-off came in the fourth game of the American League Divisional series.
Keeping the pressure on throughout the contest, Jeter’s swipe of second was the first of a season-high, seven stolen bases the Yankees accumulated.
It was strange seeing an Angels game sans the first-to-third dashes, stolen bases or the aggressive base-running high jinks that usually drove the Yankees crazy.