outpitch

outpitch

(ˌaʊtˈpɪtʃ)
vb (tr)
to exceed in pitching
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On this occasion, another Martinez, Pedro, would outpitch the turncoat, Clemens, who did not make it through the second.
Jones was excluded from the Cleveland Indians pitching roster in those two years not because Hooper could outpitch him, but because at that time the Indians also had on hand the African American pitcher Dave Hoskins (who was also better than Hooper), and the ball club had evidently determined that their pitching staff could include only one black.
Baltimore's starters carry less impressive credentials, yet they don't necessarily have to outpitch their Detroit counterparts for the Orioles to advance.
Mariano Rivera's cut fastball was his outpitch, but it was his fastball that made his cutter so lethal.
1986 _ Two 300-game winners faced each other as Don Sutton hurled six strong innings to outpitch Tom Seaver and give the California Angels a 3-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
It's only natural to believe that Buchholz would love to outpitch Scherzer tonight to prove he's the better of the two when healthy.
SEATTLE -- Mike Leake outpitched Mike Minor in what could be the final start for each before the upcoming trade deadline, Daniel Vogelbach hit a pair of solo home runs, and Seattle beat Texas.
In the finale, Mickey Lolich outpitched Gibson to claim his third "W" of the Series and a championship for Detroit.
They have completely outpitched the Angels and played superior defense.
Marlins 8, Nationals 0: Tom Koehler outpitched Stephen Strasburg, Giancarlo Stanton homered, and the revitalized Marlins earned their fourth win in a row.
The road White Sox outpitched the road Yankees in two of New York's league championship seasons (1962 and 1963) and put up very similar road pitching numbers in the Yankees' other pennant season (1964), but these early 1960s Bronx teams of Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, and Elston Howard relied more on bats than pitching to win.