In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The vast majority of Americans followed baseball and ballplayers.
- I really believe that they need to bring in more players who have been there, ballplayers who have been successful.
- As we celebrate Robinson's arrival and what it meant to baseball and this country, his absolute talent as a ballplayer is well worth remembering.
- At that time, ballplayers worked during the winter.
- Only two other Christmas-born ballplayers who have appeared in the majors are still active in organized ball.
- My heroes were ballplayers, and every spare minute I had, and even some that I couldn't spare, were spent on the baseball diamond.
- Most ballplayers are loath to admit they swing for the fences, but they're lying if they say they don't savor the moment when it happens.
- Among things they do share, though, is an off-season conditioning program so demanding that few ballplayers work harder.
- Westrum enjoys talking about the ballplayers of his day.
- All the great ballplayers have struck out a lot of times.
- In case my point was missed, I'll put it plainly: Babe Ruth is the greatest ballplayer of all time because he set both batting and pitching records.
- Because baseball is virtually an every day sport, ballplayers often react on habit.
- But it's a deeply flawed squad, built on the faulty premise that star ballplayers remain healthy and productive forever.
- He believes in building a ball club out of ballplayers.
- Puerto Rico, Mexico and Venezuela now had ballplayers playing for major-league teams.
- Hell hath no fury like a ballplayer scored out of a base hit he feels he deserves, or charged with an error he feels he doesn't.
- Clemente will always be remembered as a big-time ballplayer… and perhaps one of the best baseball players ever.
- Every ballplayer's dream is to win the World Series and hit a home run.
- Before Clyde, there had been some ballplayers who went directly from high school to the major leagues, but few faced the pressure cooker Clyde did.
- It was not long before Hispanic ballplayers earned their well-deserved place in the cradle of American baseball.
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