ottavino


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ottavino

(ˌəʊtɑːˈviːnəʊ; Italian otaˈvino)
n
a piccolo
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Adam Ottavino (3-2), the second of six New York relievers, got the win.
Happ, Zack Britton and Adam Ottavino all got contracts that could last at least three years.
The bullpen's 4.62 ERA was higher than every NL team's except the Mets' and Marlins', and its best pitcher, Adam Ottavino, has signed with the Yankees.
Reliever Adam Ottavino and the Yankees agreed to a $27 million, three-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Brandon Drury singled with one out in the ninth against Adam Ottavino (1-3), and Chris Iannetta doubled to put runners on second and third before Chris Rusin entered and the Rockies went to a five-man infield.
Carlos Estevez (2-0) got four outs and Adam Ottavino threw an effective eighth.
Score for military band (clarinet I & II, clarinet quartino, flauto ottavino, bassoon, horn in C, trumpets I & II in C, trombone, serpent, percussion, tambourine).
COLORADO ROCKIES -- Placed RHP Adam Ottavino on the 15-day DL.
Funny thing about Ike (a genial gent, in John Ottavino's perf): for all his detachment from the dirty business of politics, he's shrewd enough to spot the "odd combination of ruthlessness and insecurity" driving Nixon, qualities that he mainly associates with dictators.
This theme is introduced at the end of the second book, in which il Magnifico Giuliano de' Medici defends women from the disparagements of Ottavino Fregoso and Gasparo Pallavicino.
Italian starting pitcher Adam Ottavino, a US minor leaguer, surrendered only one hit in three shutout innings against a South American lineup of elite Major League Baseball stars.