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pick·off

 (pĭk′ôf′, -ŏf′)
n.
1. Baseball A play in which a runner is caught off base and is put out by a quick throw, as from the pitcher or catcher.
2. Sports An intercepted pass, especially in football.

pickoff

(ˈpɪkˌɒf)
n
(Baseball) a move in baseball which involves the pitcher throwing the ball to a fielder
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The module also integrates high-bandwidth pickoffs and phase-matched cables, which reduce setup complexity and maintain signal integrity.
This includes defending the steal, bunt situations, wild throw backups, pickoffs, rundowns, communication techniques, defense by position, and more.
With his pickoffs - they were leadoff walks in both cases - that turned an advantage for them into a disadvantage.
It has been two years since I took (pitchers' fielding practice), two years since I practiced pickoffs.
We hit ground balls, turn double-plays, and execute bunt coverages, pickoffs, and rundowns.
He was successful in getting ahead of batters, and he helped himself out there with the pickoffs.