In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in baseball, position)short stop masculineparacorto masculine Venezuela Colombiaparadas cortas feminine Mexico
- Writers no longer take note of the assists credited to a shortstop or second baseman.
- The batter hit a lazy fly ball which the shortstop easily reached just behind second base.
- You see a lot of guys going from shortstop to second base in the big leagues, but you never really see the opposite.
- We have five shortstops in the minor leagues who are going to be major league players.
- I started as a shortstop and was second in fielding and hitting in the League.
2(player, in baseball)torpedero masculinetorpedera feminineparador en corto masculine Mexicoparadora en corto feminine Mexico
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