chest protector

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Noun1.chest protector - protective garment consisting of a pad worn in baseball by catchers and by football playerschest protector - protective garment consisting of a pad worn in baseball by catchers and by football players
protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
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Yu was provided headgear and a chest protector, and the two wore boxing gloves rather than MMA gloves.
The Royals catcher celebrated Father's Day by wearing a blue necktie on his chest protector and had three hits to lift Kansas City over the Minnesota Twins 8-6 Sunday.
One always instructs a bride how to hold the bouquet because if you're not careful a bridge will hold it up like a chest protector," Longman said.
April 6: Just when you think you've seen it all, a pitched ball got stuck on the chest protector of St.
The first oddity - a third strike that bounced and stuck in the middle of the chest protector of Gold Glove catcher Yadier Molina - enabled pinch-hitter Matt Szczur to reach first base to start the seventh inning.
Cut out the stuffing inside her chest protector because it was uncomfortable.
Dumbing down the phenomena for the layperson, Harold Warner, Dynamic Air Shelters' founder and president, explains: "If someone is going to hit you with a crowbar, would you rather have a large, sturdy inflated suit, or a set of hockey pads?" Obviously, a crow bar would bounce harmlessly off of the air cushion, while the same blow to a hockey chest protector would result in some serious pain, regardless of the hard plastic armour.
When he turned to confront Roseboro he saw the catcher, one of the strongest men in baseball, advancing in his chest protector and mask.
"When a Leominster man reported to his insurance company that he crashed his car into a concrete barrier in Worcester, he neglected to say he was wearing a helmet, chest protector and elbow pads at the time,'' DA Communications Director Timothy J.
The catcher never wore a mask, helmet, chest protector or shin pads until Fenner provided them.
Myers found out Devils had signed Polish netminder Kosowski via twitter and then discovered his chest protector had been handed to the new player.