left fielder

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left fielder

n. Baseball
The player who defends left field.
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Noun1.left fielder - the person who plays left fieldleft fielder - the person who plays left field  
outfielder - (baseball) a person who plays in the outfield
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Leftfielder Juan Perez is slow to back up Blanco, and the ball rolls all the way to the wall.
Leftfielder Matt Cronin hit a three-run homer in the third to give Framingham (3-6) a 4-3 lead.
It was the last day of the regular season, and Dodgers leftfielder Dusty Baker had just gone deep off the Astros' J.
8221; enthuses the team's quirky leftfielder as he and the oddball collection of ballplayers battle, lie, joke and celebrate both on and off the field.
Eckersley on reports that Dodgers leftfielder Manny Ramirez was in the clubhouse during the Phillies ninth inning rally in Game #4: "First of all, Manny isn't really Manny this year when you look at the stats.
SAU has had four position players named Gulf South Player of the Week for the West Division: Leftfielder John Long (twice named), third baseman James Schroeder (twice named), catcher Brandon Graves and shortstop Pat Bobey.
The most prominent name being tossed about is Boston leftfielder Manny Ramirez, although the Dodgers aren't going to part with top outfield prospect Matt Kemp to get him.
And I'm right, because in the bottom of the first I'm in the dugout waiting to come up--I'm batting fifth--and I see the leftfielder and the third baseman for MOM looking out toward the trees we drove through.
The ceremony also included the signing of the steel by Sweeney, Montgomery, Business Manager of Ironworkers Local 401 Joe Dougherty, Chairman Bill Giles, General Manager Ed Wade, Manager Larry Bowa, catcher Mike Lieberthal and leftfielder Pat Burrell.
After DH Lew Ford singled in Matt Wieters with one out in the eighth inning, Robert Andino loaded the bases with an infield single, but Sabathia silenced the late Baltimore rally by striking out leftfielder Nate McLouth and forcing JJ Hardy to ground out.
Jimmy Rider lofted a fly ball that UO leftfielder Brett Thomas couldn't locate immediately, and a mad dash by shortstop J.