pitch away

pitch something away

to toss or throw something away. He pitched the broken stick away, and looked around for something stronger. He pitched away the stick.
See also: away, pitch
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West Ham defender James Collins led two fans on the pitch away while Burnley forward Ashley Barnes tripped another.
Green & Partners have regularly circulated particulars via Shop Property and our inhouse mailing lists with very limited response to date from the A1 market, who do not view Bold Street as a suitable retail destination, given the levels of voids (empty properties) and general shift of pitch away from Bold Street which has occurred in recent years.
3~ of concrete sidewalk next to foundation and pour new concrete walk, pitch away from house, hazardous material(asbestos and lead).
It's different with Liverpool as their (Under-23 and first team train) on two sites and it can be tricky to step over, but at Middlesbrough you're a pitch away.
It's a goal that will mean so much to local lad Robbie Evans, and you could tell as he wheeled away to celebrate more than half the pitch away, presumably in front of his friends and family.
The Rangers got up on the top step of the dugout as they were a single pitch away from running onto the field and mobbing their pitcher.
Dad used to study the grainy photo as if was the Times crossword and each time I was allowed a go, I was absolutely sure I'd nailed the exact spot which would always turn out to be half a pitch away.
1986 -- The California Angels were one pitch away from their first pennant when they let the Boston Red Sox back into the American League playoffs with an 11-inning 7-6 victory in Game 5.
Unfortunately, it turns out to be a false alarm, and the Moons troop home to find Aleks has given Alfie's pitch away, and Jean and Lily are on the doorstep.
Unfortunately, it turns out to be a false alarm, and the Moons troop home to find that Aleks has given Alfie's pitch away - and Jean and Lily are on the doorstep.
It was about half the size of a football pitch away from the M1.
25am before yesterday's Cabinet meeting with the PM - the length of a football pitch away.
There's not a lot a manager can do about that while he's standing half a pitch away.
Every business association has one--the vendor who just doesn't get that it's a holiday party, and that he should put his sales pitch away for the evening.
While Eldon Square has been extraordinarily successful since its opening in 1976, the addition of the more recent fashion-led extension anchored by Debenhams, has pulled Newcastle's retail pitch away from Northumberland Street, which had always been the prime area.