baseman


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base·man

 (bās′mən)
n. Baseball
A player assigned to first, second, or third base.

baseman

(ˈbeɪsmən)
n, pl -men
(Baseball) baseball a fielder positioned near a base
Translations

baseman

[ˈbeɪsmən] N (basemen (pl)) (Baseball) → hombre m de base

baseman

n pl <-men> (Baseball) → Spieler man einem Mal
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At first glance, one gets the impression that Gary Baseman has an inclination toward the playful.
Both the second baseman and shortstop handle double-play pivot duties, depending on whether the ball is hit to the left or right side of the infield.
This space isn't a well-functioning living room at the moment," says the artist Gary Baseman.
A deal has been finalized sending Boston Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, pitcher Josh Beckett and injured outfield Carl Crawford to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Red Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis earned his first Gold Glove award yesterday, while Padres pitcher Greg Maddux won his record 17th award for fielding excellence.
Junior shortstop Danny Worth and freshman first baseman Ryan Heroy collected three hits each to lead a 16-hit attack in Pepperdine's 8-3 nonconference victory over USC on Tuesday.
The fungo hitter hits ground balls to each infielder, who must throw to first, where the first baseman will throw to third base.
Chunichi second baseman Masahiro Araki collected a league-high 147 votes while teammates Kenshin Kawakami (pitcher), Hiroyuki Watanabe (first baseman), Hirokazu Ibata (shortstop), Alex Ochoa (outfielder) and Hidenori Kuramoto (outfielder) also won the award given to the best fielder in each position.
Mirrors and doubling are also essential: Baseman often edges the top or bottom of a drawing with a frieze of windows, in a Joseph Cornell-like strategy by which compartmentalization allows for serial but discrete narrations inside a frame.
The 1950 - 63 era representatives are Joseph Pusateri, a sure-handed center fielder who played until he was sixty-eight years old; and Gerald Witry, a first baseman who played with some of the greatest players of softball early years.
Injured first baseman Cesar Nicolas (shoulder) was 1 for 4 with a double in Tuesday's 6-5 victory over the Storm, his first game back in nearly a week.
The signal is given to the 3rd baseman from the dugout, just as in a game, and the 3rd baseman relaying the sign to the infielders.