softballer

softballer

(ˈsɒftˌbɔːlə)
n
(Ball Games, other than specified) a person who plays softball
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Illinois Valley prep star was softballer at Kent State first.
University of North Carolina-Charlotte softballer Kendra McCall recorded a team-high 66 hits while batting .
No pants-wearing, tough-talking female softballer will play on any of our four teams.
Community groups and organisations currently supported by the Bowater Motor Group include Nelson College, Nelson Jazz Club, the Winter Festival, WOW, Bowling Clubs and individuals such as softballer Marty Grant.
She has been called arrogant, a prima donna, a softballer, a witch and a lot of less printable things.
The other five are: softballer Lisa Fernandez (T-121); WNBA player Lindsay Whalen (T-194); soccer star Brandi Chastain (T-209); former speed skater and Olympic gold medalist Bonnie Blair (No.
SC can boast national gold medalist swimmers, golfers, triathletes, archers, softballers, bowlers, tracksters, race walkers, basketballers, and racket sporters that have represented our state.
Softball returns to Olympic competition in Tokyo 2020 and Softball Australia CEO Chet Gray said the bold plan was about giving Australias female softballers the very best chance to compete and succeed at the highest level.
The show doesn't explicitly excuse, say, behavior like that at Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo, but it tilts the argument between hardballers and softballers toward the former.