switch hitter


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switch hitter

n.
1. Baseball A player who can bat either right-handed or left-handed.
2. Slang One who is attracted to both sexes; one who is bisexual.

switch′-hit′ v.
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The 39-year-old switch hitter Beltran has been the most consistent batter for an offence that has been struggling.
SWITCH HITTER Pietersen could play for South Africa
Manager Bob Coleman watched Cullenbine launch several pitches deep into the right-field stands, and announced, "Roy from now on you're a switch hitter.
Snow went from being a switch hitter to a strictly left-handed hitter and lives in the Bay Area, where Nava grew up.
The Sheffield switch hitter will defend his WBO intercontinental welterweight title at the ECHO Arena on the undercard of the 'Return of the Magnificent Seven' bill.
Riley gave three pounds away to wiry Sheffield switch hitter Ben Awadh -who goes by the ring name Kid Galahad -in Bolton and took a knee for the full count after being caught by a left hook in the first of a featherweight four-rounder.
He's an interesting young man, switch hitter, can play all over the infield, is improving his plate discipline.
With Anderson out, the Dodgers will proceed for now with everyday third baseman-turned- utility infielder Wilson Betemit, an alleged switch hitter who is 1for15 this season from the right side, as their only left-handed bat on their bench.
He is the IBF inter- continental champion, which is not to be sniffed at, and he's a switch hitter into the bargain.
SWITCH HITTER Epstein-Barr virus clearly has a propensity for B cells.
He's a spark plug for us, always finds a way on base, switch hitter, and he's very good defensively,'' Bravehearts manager Justin Edwards said Wednesday night before his team's game against North Shore was postponed because of rain.
SWITCH HITTER Ex-Wigan star Ashton fancies another crack at league