Translation of lead-off in Spanish:


primero en turno, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈlidɑf/



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    (in baseball)
    primero en turno
    primero al bate
    lead-off runner primer relevo masculine
    • He's also the greatest lead-off man of all-time, and probably the third-greatest leftfielder in history behind Ted Williams and Barry Bonds.
    • In the '70s the idea of a lead-off man hitting 30 home runs was preposterous.
    • He strikes out the lead-off man, then walks the next three batters.
    • The largest determination of how many runs are likely to be scored in an inning is whether or not the lead-off man reaches base.
    • As has been well documented, the White Sox lead-off man has now hit two homers in the playoffs after failing to go deep during the regular season in more than 500 at-bats.