long fly

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Noun1.long fly - a gymnastic exercise involving a long leap from a vaulting horse
gymnastic exercise - (gymnastics) an exercise designed to develop and display strength and agility and balance (usually performed with or on some gymnastic apparatus)
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Merrifield led off with long fly that was caught by center fielder Charlie Tilson as he collided with left fielder Eloy Jimenez, who went down in pain next to the wall.
The Cubs threatened in the 12th when Rizzo led off with a double and advanced to third on Almora's long fly to left.
Yesterday it was a long fly ball the other way that moved the runner.
What was the rule from 1940 through 1953--did hitters get an at-bat and an RBI when a runner scored from third on a long fly with less than two out?
But Franchy Cordero hit a hard liner to right for the first out, Trae Santos ripped a long fly to left field for out No.
He smacked a long fly ball down the right-field line in the sixth inning, but the ball landed just out of Stanton's reach in foul territory.
The Twins led 4-3 when Mauer led off the seventh inning against Tom Gorzelanny with a long fly to left field.
During the 6th inning, Toronto batter Colby Rasmus laced a long fly ball down the left field line.
A pinfish or other live bait is the go-to bait for cobia, but jigs, rubber eels and long fly rod streamers often work.
Each mile per hour added to the swing speed is probably worth an extra six feet on a long fly ball, after accounting for wind speed and loft.
"The viaduct will be a 4 to 5 km long fly over, from the intersection of Calle Blancos (Coca Cola) to the Garantias Sociales roundabout in Zapote.