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A vacant lot used especially by children for unorganized sports and games.
Of, relating to, or played in a sandlot: sandlot baseball.

sand′lot′ter n.


1. (General Sporting Terms) an area of vacant ground used by children for playing baseball and other games
2. (General Sporting Terms) (modifier) denoting a game or sport played on a sandlot: sandlot baseball.



1. a vacant lot used by youngsters for games or sports.
2. Also, sand′-lot`. of, pertaining to, or played in such a lot: sandlot baseball.
[1875–80, Amer.]
sand′lot`ter, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sandlot - a vacant lot used by city boys to play games
building site, vacant lot - a lot on which there are no permanent buildings


[ˈsændlɒt] (US)
A. N terreno en una ciudad que se usa para el béisbol etc
B. ADJ (Sport) → de barrio, de vecindad
sandlot baseballbéisbol m de barrio
References in classic literature ?
An' right there he finishes himself, for his bad thumb, which I've known since he first got it as a kid fightin' in the sandlot at Watts Tract--he smashes that thumb right there, on my hard head, back into the socket with an out-twist, an' all the old cords that'd never got strong gets theirs again.
She complained that "what was once a day for picnics, sandlot baseball, and pruning roses has degenerated into a day of errands and housework.
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At the age of 12 Lucas took a line drive to the head during a sandlot baseball game, causing him to go completely blind.
The Hearst Sandlot Classic was the most enduring of these youth games.
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Since the screenings in the hotel's lounge started on June 23, they have unspooled "Goonies," "Superheroes" and "The Sandlot," among other films.
Evolving from sandlot skirmishes, the battle for three-on-three bragging rights acquires a global makeover when 20 four-man teams from all over the country take the floor after the 11 a.
s research into minor league attendance factors, as foundational as Alan Cohen's history of the Hearst Sandlot Classic.
It surprises the sleeping air around home plate, wakes the grass blades of a whole sandlot field, startles an entire stadium.