In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- With that, I flew off and landed in a muddy heap in the swampy infield, while the bike sagged directly to the ground.
- The agricultural economy was primarily based on raising cattle on forest land and cereal production on small cleared infields.
- The remainder of the course coils through the 130 acre infield putting a premium on handling and braking.
- Thousands more can view the action from a 215-acre infield.
- Later on, 1920-21, I deeded the 60 acres southwest of the public highway, as well as the 40 acres infields and woods on the northeast side, with the old house and barn.
- The infield should continue to be the glue of the defense.
- The middle of the infield should be Bobby Hill and Javier Guzman, both players that should boast modest OBPs in the future.
- ‘With the infield in and the bases loaded, the batter hit a shot past the shortstop,’ said Ford.
- In the letters section of the August issue of Baseball Digest, a chart was printed listing 12 teams whose infields drove in 400 or more runs in one season.
- Along with Giambi, Jeter and Robin Ventura, it marked one of the few times in history that one team's entire infield was named to an All-Star squad.
- The infield won't resemble last season's very much.
- The umpire looks at me strangely, as a matter of fact, the whole infield of The Indians team was staring at me.
2US(of racetrack)área interior de una pista o circuito de carreras
- The infield at The Ballpark was playing fast and Lowe was likely to produce a ground ball.
- Both are righthanded hitters who can play the infield and outfield corners.
- If there's a pop beyond the infield, the outfielders should take charge - it's easier to catch a ball coming in than going back.
- Andy Fox is valuable to the team because of his experience, his lefthanded bat and his ability to play the infield and outfield.
- Bautista has plus power, a good arm and the versatility to play the infield or outfield.
- Cabrera and Bloomquist both can play the infield and the outfield.
- Furcal relied on his arm too much last season and has learned he doesn't have to throw rockets across the infield on every grounder.
- In Japan, Suzuki's bunting for hits was such a regular feature of his repertoire it changed how infields played him.
- He takes his infield and outfield gloves into the dugout for each game.
- Gipson is excellent fielder who can play the infield and outfield.
- He offers the versatility of being able to play in the infield and outfield.
- Erin White squeezed a grounder through the right side of the infield in the eighth to score Jackie Lance and give the Canadians a 1-0 victory.
- The club will evaluate him as he plays all around the infield and in the outfield.
- The lineup, laden with veterans, has proven hitters with good defense in center field and at the infield corners.
- Super-sub Denny Hocking's ability to play well in the infield or outfield is the main reason the Twins have been able to carry a 12-man pitching staff.
- And newcomers Dmitri Young and Craig Paquette, who can play the infield and outfield corners, will provide much-needed hitting.
- Mike Mordecai has played all the infield positions and is prepared to try the outfield.
- He then jogged back to the wall to retrieve the ball and lobbed it to the infield as three runs scored.
- The thick infield grass at Wrigley Field has helped the Cubs in recent years because their infielders haven't had much range and their hitters thrived on the long ball.
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