left fielder

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left fielder

n. Baseball
The player who defends left field.
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Noun1.left fielder - the person who plays left fieldleft fielder - the person who plays left field  
outfielder - (baseball) a person who plays in the outfield
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They are now a team stripped of a franchise player and are fully embracing rebuild mode, which was signalled Thursday afternoon when they traded leftfielder Justin Upton to the Los Angeles Angels.
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New York's starting pitcher Doc Crandall slammed a liner high off the big Bull Durham tobacco sign in right center but later had to be carried off the field after being hit in the head by a line drive that, amazingly, leftfielder Josh Devote almost caught on the fly.
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