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baseballer

(ˈbeɪsˌbɔːlə)
n
(Baseball) US a person who plays baseball
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Curt Schilling, erstwhile baseballer, Keeper of the Bloody Sock, and ESPN talking head loves Donald Trump.
It soon became apparent he excelled at the sport, and he made his international debut in 1957, winning the Welsh Baseballer of the Year award the following year.
The track coach who has been watching the proceedings approaches the baseballer and asks him about joining the track squad.
For example, the news reports on the three young men who shot and killed Australian baseballer Chis Lane in Oklahoma in
He described the talented baseballer's death as "heartless" and said "to try to understand it is a short way to insanity".
Just like the "Curse of the Billygoat", which is used to explain the Chicago Cubs lack of a World Series win in over 100 years and the "Curse of the Bambino", involving legendary baseballer Babe Ruth and the Boston Red Sox's 86-year long wait for Major League glory.
Political greats are included with, among others, an artist, singer, baseballer, a Sioux medicine man and perhaps the most well known sight impaired female of all, Helen Keller.
magazine, the pair met up after Rihanna's relationship hit the rocks with baseballer Matt Kemp, and whilst Phillippe was casually dating actress Amanda Seyfried.They initially hooked up when things were strained with Matt Kemp," the Daily Mail quoted a source as telling America's Us Weekly.
The loss of his dad made Jordan re-evaluate his life and he was inspired to live up to his father's ambition that his son become a baseballer.
"All the specialists said they have only ever seen a few even like this, one was a baseballer and an NFL player.
In a luminous piece on baseballer Joe di Maggio's legendary winning streak, he explains the true nature of Lady Luck.
Peanuts: Charles Schulz would no doubt deny any lesbian subtext between butch baseballer Peppermint Patty and her best pat Marcie, who calls her "Sir." Are we instead meant to question Patty's gender identity or Marcie's submissiveness (or her myopia)?