round tripper

round tripper

n. a home run in baseball. Ted is responsible for four round trippers in Saturday’s game.
See also: round, tripper
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Hennessey's round tripper in the fourth put Charlton-Dudley on top, 5-2.
The next batter was Welsh and he crushed a three-run homer over the center-field fence, his second round tripper of the game.
The round tripper completed a string of three at-bats, going back to Sunday's ALCS Game 7, in which he had two homers and a bases-loaded double.
By 1934, Ripper helped spark the "gashouse gang" to a world championship, by muscling an impressive 35 round trippers, tying him for the league lead with Mel Ott.
Dealt to the Braves, he earned 1950 rookie-of-the-year honors at the age of 32, hitting 18 round trippers for Boston, while leading both major leagues with 35 stolen bases.
Although his 107 career home runs ranks only fourth among nineteenth-century players, he lost many would-be round trippers to local ground rules.
The only measure where Lilly lacked optimal output was with the long ball, his 13 round trippers allowed helped inflate his Dodgers ERA to 3.
Vernon was not one of baseball's most prominent long-ball threats (he pounded 172 homers in his twenty-year major-league career), but his 20 round trippers in 1954 established a new club record for left-handed hitters.
Fortunately, there would be plenty of round trippers in Marshall's 11-year major league career; his total of 148 is a number that would've been surpassed if not for injuries.
Ryan Brown, MacDonald, Grace and Corey also banged out round trippers for Sons of Softball.