a throw

a throw

Each. A piece. You mean to tell me that these T-shirts are 50 bucks a throw? Sheesh! A: "How much did you guys contribute to Lucy's charity?" B: "Oh, $20 a throw, so hopefully she raised quite a bit of money."
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$100, £50, etc. a ˈthrow

(informal) used to say how much items cost each: The tickets for the dinner were £50 a throw.
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I remember one play, in particular, when he fielded a ball off the wall at Utica's Murnane Field and rifled a throw to home plate to nail a runner attempting to score from second base.
The A's committed three errors in the inning, and it cost them a run when third baseman Dave Pelligrine botched a throw to bring in Heroux from third and tie the game.
Your follow-through carries you toward the first-base line, and now you have to scramble over there and make a throw that's really difficult on the arm.
Josh Duhamel of the Red Sox tries to draw a throw at third base.
For instance, if a bat boy, ball attendant, or policeman, who tries to avoid being touched by a throw or batted ball but still is touched by the ball, that would constitute unintentional interference.