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  • n. Plural form of utilityman.

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Examples

  • Other notables: Japanese free agent Satoru Komiyama, who can start or relieve; utilitymen Lou Collier, John Valentin and Joe McEwing; and outfielders Timo Perez and Gary Matthews Jr., who provide late-inning flexibility off the bench.

    USATODAY.com - 1. New York Yankees

  • Fien's arrival means third base will fall to the Detroit's utilitymen for at least

    Beck's Blog

  • Certainly, it's a smarter option than trotting out utilitymen Felipe Lopez and Joe Mather to pitch the final three innings.

    FanHouse Main

  • The following Monday, the Padres signed Jerry Hairston Jr., one of the game's best utilitymen.

    San Diego News

  • INDIANAPOLIS - Of all the utilitymen that the Rockies have called on, few fit their needs as well as Robb Quinlan.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • These players rarely recover and become utilitymen, career minor leaguers, or they are out of baseball entirely.

    MVN

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