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left-field

adj
informal regarded as being outside the mainstream; unconventional
[C20: from baseball term left field, the area of the outfield to the batter's left, regarded as the scene of little action]
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The next batter was Ryan Corey, and he hit a three-run homer over the left-field fence.
Anderson misplayed Bautista's double in the left-field corner and Youman drove in Bautista from third.
The rookie's mammoth shot landed in the seating area of a chain restaurant perched high above and beyond the left-field wall, but the real food for thought is the on-base streak Napoli has forged.
The rookie's mammoth shot landed just beneath a chain restaurant perched high above and beyond the left-field wall, but the real food for thought is the on-base streak Napoli has forged.
He scored on a Randy Winn bloop single down the left-field line for a 3-1 Giants lead.
Three batters later, after Nomar Garciaparra had been intentionally walked to load the bases, Kent ended a six-pitch at-bat against Adkins by pulling a two-run double into the left-field corner, making it 5-2.
Junior Jodie Legaspi led off with a double down the left-field line and advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt by Lisa Dodd.
Constant rain delayed the start of the Dodgers' game with San Francisco nearly twohours, and the left-field pavilion, home to some of L.
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" (2000): Everyone died at the end of "The Blair Witch Project" which meant they were lucky enough not to be around for the horror of this follow-up, hurried into theaters a year after the low-budget original became a left-field hit.
His sixth-inning shot was nearly identical, this time coming on a 3-0 pitch from Moyer and traveling an estimated 434 feet into the left-field bleachers.
LANCASTER - Edgar Varela lifted his right arm and pointed to the sky as his game-winning home run soared over the left-field fence in the bottom of the 10th inning Wednesday to give the JetHawks a 5-4 victory over Modesto in front of 1,609 at Clear Channel Stadium.
Rodriguez then walked, and Castro gave Minnesota a 3-2 lead by doubling off the left-field wall.