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bold·face

 (bōld′fās′) Printing
n.
Abbr. bf Type with thick heavy lines.
adj.
Typeset or printed in thick heavy type.
tr.v. bold·faced, bold·fac·ing, bold·fac·es
1. To mark (copy) for printing in this type.
2. To set or print in this type.
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The "Boldface" Factor: The most commonly used "quick check" criterion for determining whether a player is Hall of Fame caliber is to check his record at Baseball-Reference.com for boldfaced numbers, which denote he led his league in that stat.
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