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Noun1.centerfielder - the person who plays center fieldcenterfielder - the person who plays center field  
outfielder - (baseball) a person who plays in the outfield
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Oregon State centerfielder Dani Gilmore went 1-for-3 with a triple and a run to lead the Beavers (3-10), who suffered their seventh consecutive loss.
Phenix also praised three freshman girls, who start on the varsity squad: catcher Hannah Petit, centerfielder Maddie Davis and left fielder Kali Blanchard.
He was assisted by centerfielder Andrew McCutcheon whose third inning triple drove in two runs.
I got off to a very good start as a centerfielder and he promoted me for All-American, which I made in both my freshman and sophomore years.
Today, PUMA(R) North America announced that Johnny Damon, the new centerfielder for the New York Yankees has signed with the global athletic brand for another four years.
The money raised will be donated to Philadelphia Phillies centerfielder Shane Victorino's foundation supporting underprivileged youth.
Today in Florida (barring a last minute settlement) centerfielder Cody Ross and the Florida Marlins will head to a salary arbitration hearing with the outcome determining with he will make his requested $4.
The Gold Glove centerfielder hit his 50th home run in September becoming just the 12th player in Major League history to reach the 300 home run plateau before his 30th birthday.
In the bottom of the 10th, Hannemann singled to center, then advanced to second on an error by Eugene centerfielder Ronnie Richardson.
That was until Boston Red Sox centerfielder Carl Crawford called out Leominster Police Officer John Perreault for using it against him during a June minor league game.
Forrest's throw from centerfielder was on target and it looked like Pruett would be thrown out easily, but Churchill catcher K.