a first, second, or third baseman.
Kids, like young Paul Hemphill, went speechless in the presence of Fred Hatfield the third baseman.
The Great Paul Hemphill Celebrates the Long Gone Birmingham Barons Paul Hemphill March 28, 2014
Kelly, who graduated from Pitt in 1933, should easily waltz past Colorado Rockies third baseman Ty Wigginton’s UNC Asheville.
March Madness: Which Celebrity Alumni Will Win? Michael Solomon March 16, 2011
“Ted just had that natural ability,” said Hall of Fame second baseman Bobby Doerr.
The Myth of Innate Genius David Shenk May 12, 2011
Seriously: why no profile of White Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis, probably the most visible Jew in contemporary sports?
Redeeming ‘Jewish Jocks’ Spencer Ackerman October 30, 2012
For the third base it may be advisable to have a signal with the baseman to notify him of a throw.
Base-Ball John M. Ward
There was a laugh at this, and Mackay, the third baseman, looked a little sheepish.
Baseball Joe Around the World Lester Chadwick
It was Pink Northrop, right fielder, who finally recovered it and threw it frantically in to second baseman.
The Lucky Seventh Ralph Henry Barbour
This was Orville Foxhall, second baseman of the Wyndham nine.
Rival Pitchers of Oakdale Morgan Scott
Third baseman smothered it as it arose from the ground for the first bound and threw swiftly.
The Crimson Sweater Ralph Henry Barbour
Then Burkett, the burly first baseman of the Giants, strode to the plate.
Baseball Joe, Captain of the Team Lester Chadwick
noun (pl) -men
(baseball) a fielder positioned near a base
- Base map
an outline map of an area to which specific information is added for any of various purposes. Historical Examples Anyone who attempts to draw a base map must, first of all, know how each feature or part of the map should be represented. The Preparation of Illustrations for Reports of the United States Geological Survey […]
- Base memory
base memory hardware, jargon The lowest 640 kilobytes of memory in an IBM PC-compatible computer running MS-DOS. Other PC operating systems can usually compensate and “ignore” the fact that there is a 640K limit to base memory. This was put in place because the original CPU – the Intel 8088 – could only access one […]
- Base metal
any metal other than a precious or noble metal, as copper, lead, zinc, or tin. Compare noble metal, precious metal. the principal metal of an alloy. the principal metal of a piece underlying a coating of another metal; core. Historical Examples He knows it is only base metal, washed over with a thin varnish of […]
- Base number
noun a number or quantity which is arbitrarily made the fundamental number of a system; also called base Examples Ten is the base number of the decimal system of numeration. Historical Examples So I suppose it took three times the base number for the third batch? Double or Nothing Jack Sharkey