ribbie


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rib·bie

 (rĭb′ē)
n. Baseball
A run batted in.

[From r(un) b(atted) i(n).]
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If that was your day, you'd take a double and a ribbie.
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He topped the Junior Circuit in ribbies in several seasons.
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His 183 ribbies in 1937 fell one short of the American League record set by Lou Gehrig in 1931.