But can you match the knowledge of your rival big-league
movie producers in our quiz below to celebrate the special offer?
Of course, Maddon is alluding to the ball being lively or "juiced," an opinion widely held in big-league
To get a bunch of actors to look like big-league
players--or, in this case, the ghosts of big-league
players--the production team for Field of Dreams tabbed Rod Dedeaux, the former head coach at the University of Southern California, to instruct them.
The younger Averill, a big-league
catcher who played third base and outfield at Oregon, said he never felt pressure from his father to be a baseball star.
team and its distance in air miles from its Triple-A affiliate:
The baseball establishment had the authority to put African American ballplayers in big-league
Now he wants to try his luck in the big-league
The Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Mexico City at the World Trade Center is but a block from Insugentes, one of the capital city's prime arteries Once again, Berlin is a big-league
player in world politics.
Spiritual heir to the remarkable Bill James Baseball Abstract, the Prospectus includes incisive essays on each major-league team, a number of pieces on new ways of thinking about such topics as the assessment of defense and player performance, as well as short, well-informed takes on more than a thousand players, including just about everyone with even a prayer of wearing a big-league
uniform in 2005.
This strategy, which would permit us to create bigger economies of scale, later would permit us to be more competitive facing the big-league
Marie has secured big-league
management as the future operator of its proposed new multi-use arena project, and is approaching the government for more money.
The most recent casualty was a 23-year-old overweight big-league
pitcher who stupidly showed up in training camp about 35 pounds overweight.