four-bagger


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four-bagger

n. a home run in baseball. Wilbur hit his third four-bagger of the season.
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Additionally, Old Style will sponsor a home run promotion on behalf of Cubs Care: $100 for every Cubs' two-run four-bagger, $300 for every three-run dinger and $1,000 for every Cub grand slam.
I Believe in You helped Solis cap the second four-bagger by a jockey at the six-week-old Hollywood Park fall meet.
Between April 2003 and April 2004 the stock moved from a low near $10 to a high near $40, providing nearly a four-bagger for shareholders.
Sophomore Jayme Mask led the way against Quaboag, tossing a four-hit gem while also hitting a four-bagger for the Indians.
The Salton Sea slam isn't nearly as celebrated as its counterparts to the north, notably the San Francisco Bay's halibut-sturgeon-salmon-striped bass four-bagger or the Sierra Nevada's trout slam of brook, brown, rainbow and golden.
Ashley Howe, Nikki Berube, freshman Laura Gallagher and Jocelyn Goodale who had two homers all joined the Big E with long four-baggers.
Known for clubbing monstrous, long-distance four-baggers, the colorful and controversial Canseco is an 18-year veteran of martial arts and also holds black belts in three categories.
For the Firecrackers, who have become a NSA elite squad very quickly, Boris was joined in the power splurge by Morgan Murphy, Jackie Streeter of Oakmont and Nikki Pratt of GHS who whacked four-baggers, while Nashoba Regional's Hannah Pirez smashed three doubles.