major leaguer

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Noun1.major leaguer - a member of a major-league baseball teammajor leaguer - a member of a major-league baseball team
major-league club, major-league team - a team that plays in a major league
ballplayer, baseball player - an athlete who plays baseball
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The former Major Leaguer spoke about the importance of Hawaii's agricultural history, something he says has changed since his childhood.
Louis Cardinals and former major leaguer Trevor Plouffe, all Los Angeles-area natives and friends of Skaggs.
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The Wyverns will start ace pitcher Merrill Kelly while the Giants will start newly earned former major leaguer Felix Doubront.
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At one stage in his early days, Djokovic seemed too frail in temperament and physique to be considered a major leaguer, failings emphasised by occasional spats over alleged gamesmanship.
The only major leaguer to come off the Rainbows roster that year was Walt Chipple, a career minor leaguer who managed one season with the Washington Senators and batted a not overly impressive .136.
He told countless stories about Ron Darling, the former Major Leaguer whom Dominic taught to pitch.
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In 1964, the first Japanese major leaguer, Masanori Murakami, pitched for San Francisco, while in 1975, Ryan Kurosaki, a Sansei (third generation) from Hawaii, became the first Nikkei major leaguer, appearing briefly with St.

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