pitching change

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Noun1.pitching change - replacing a pitcher in baseball
replacement, replacing - the act of furnishing an equivalent person or thing in the place of another; "replacing the star will not be easy"
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2) Barry Bonds smiles from second base during a pitching change in the second inning after hitting a double that scored two runs.
We made a pitching change, they got two or three hits and a couple errors, it was good timing for them.
Yankees manager Joe Torre was ejected by third-base umpire Jerry Crawford during a Red Sox pitching change in the fifth inning.
303 batting average no doubt convinced Pittsburgh manager Gene Lamont to make a pitching change.
Marlins bullpen coach Tony Taylor was ejected during Florida's sixth-inning pitching change for arguing.
Losing Hill from the rotation isn't the only pitching change for the club.
During the 2014 MLB season, Sartori made a special donation to the MACC Fund in conjunction with the first Brewers pitching change of every game.
By the time Vancouver (21-16) got the first out of the sixth inning, there had been seven Eugene batters, an error and wild pitch, four runs and a pitching change.
Manny, especially; (the Diamondbacks) made a pitching change (Monday night) and the bases were loaded.
Rick Reilly, commentating at the recent baseball game between San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies, later admitted he misidentified players and even failed to notice an entire pitching change.
McKechnie, without knowing it at the time, was making more than a pitching change.
A mid-inning pitching change sponsored by Mobil Super