dinger

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dinger

(ˈdɪŋə)
n
(Baseball) US an informal word for home run
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Shepard became just the third Miner ever (and first since 2009) to hit 20 home runs in a single season, and his 23 dingers tied for second in the league.
"But Dingers (Tour physio Ian Dingwall) sorted me out.
When the Dingers made the call to Felling Trailers, a sales consultant was able to get the ball rolling on a customized breast cancer trailer through Albers Sales, an authorized dealer of Felling Trailers in North Dakota.
ONE TO PLAY Dingers Hill (Perry Barr) THE Kevin Whitehouse-trained dog was a late developer and didn't start racing until well into his third year.
Meanwhile, Nib apparently was making his way southeast through trees and underbrush, luckily toward the Dingers' home.
Would Ruth have hit more dingers if he had played more games?
David Dingers, a biological psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania, warns folks to keep napping to no more than two hours, so as not to risk disturbing sleep patterns at night.
After spotting the Spartans a 3-0 lead, the Rangers scored two runs in the third on back-to-back dingers from Zach Avery and Butler and then put together a four-run inning in the fourth.
The right fielder for the Toronto Blue Jays improved his numbers significantly from 2009 to 2010, earning the best home-run total in baseball with 54 dingers, along the way raising his batting average from .235 to .260 and his slugging average from .408 to .617.
Nothing exemplifies the weirdness of the quantum realm than Erwin SchrAaAaAeA dinger famous (or infamous) (http://www.informationphilosopher.com/solutions/experiments/schrodingerscat/) cat-killing thought experiment .
That quote, and many other wonderful stories, tidbits, and little-known facts about the home run (or four-bagger, or dinger, or dialing , or going deep, or touching them all, or going downtown, or watching Dr.
If you thought Erwin SchrAaAaAeA dinger's famous (or infamous) (http://www.informationphilosopher.com/solutions/experiments/schrodingerscat cat-killing thought experiment could not get any more bizarre, think again.