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- n. a ball bowled so as to bounce at or near the batsman's popping crease
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A tice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A ball which pitches in the block-hole, or within a few inches of it.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Fernando then tosses in a yorker, which is flicked round the corner well by Bell.
A yorker is a difficult ball to negotiate, even for well set batsman.
So yes i think mumbai is one of those teams that can go south very fast. btw its not going to be long before teams have a malinga strategy. i still cant believe people play him from the crease - take 2 steps forward and his yorker is a juicy full toss!
"It's a different format and when the ball is tailing back into a right-hander, the yorker is a weapon I've always enjoyed bowling with.
Remember that sizzling first-ball yorker to Adam Gilchrist?
Ever since, I've pretty much told any new yorker who will listen that that is NOT a texas burger.
Both batsmen take a single and then, after digging out a 94mph yorker, Prior crunches the last delivery through extra cover for four.
He does indeed, with one yorker to Trott curving a fair way.
I cant see any reason why a failed candidate from Tennessee should be accepted to challenge a legitimate new yorker for the senate seat.
Manjunath Kiran/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Dilshan walked back to the pavilion after his stump was uprooted by a Malinga yorker.