baseball mitt


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Noun1.baseball mitt - the handwear used by fielders in playing baseballbaseball mitt - the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball
baseball equipment - equipment used in playing baseball
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Dewey, the deputy, placed a baseball mitt and ball near the tombstone.
It is a tangible recognition of the hours of sacrifice made by both men to their craft, the amount of dedication it has taken behind the scenes and away from the cameras, in the gym, in the nets, and out in the middle when there isn't a batsman to be seen, just a coach with a baseball mitt.
However Cook came within a whisker of serious injury before the game which could have stopped him in his tracks when a Chris Woakes warm up delivery flicked the baseball mitt of Chris Silverwood and was aiming straight for Cook's eyes.
A sheetless cot with a battered baseball mitt and a teddy bear resting on it occupied Brown Bear, with cut flowers littering the ground.
The fund is used to purchase items for children in need, such as a Christmas present for a child that might not have ever received one before, a new baseball mitt or a brand-new pair of shoes.
He started his car, and as he reached to turn on the radio, noticed Tyler's baseball mitt lying on the seat.
Lodge has added two colors--gray and lagoon--to its lineup of enameled cast-iron Dutch ovens and is producing a pot handle cover made from premium baseball mitt leather.
Flower was catching the ball behind the stumps with a baseball mitt while talking to Chapple.
Here and there were touchingly personal items: a bicycle wheel, a baseball mitt, a golf ball, a red Christmas stocking, a black wig.
It's a conference room where lips are not to be shown, where sounds are not to be made unless it's behind the muffled wall of a baseball mitt.
"Can you believe that?" he said to his wife, Betty, in awe as he examined the toughened baseball mitt. ( ANI )
I came home and found a new baseball mitt with my name tooled into the leather, as well as an ash bat my father brought home from Louisville.