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pitch out

1. To discard or dispose of something as trash. A noun or pronoun can be used between "pitch" and "out." A: "Do you want to keep this folder of notes?" B: "No, you can pitch it out." Let's pitch out this beat-up old sofa—it isn't worth anything anymore!
2. To eject someone or something forcefully out of some place or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "pitch" and "out." He grabbed the book out of my hands and pitched it out the window. The bouncer literally picked me up and pitched me out of the club.
3. To propose or put forward something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "pitch" and "out." The writers sat around the table pitching out ideas for the next episode. I hadn't prepared for the meeting, so I just pitched some sales figures out and came up with a narrative about the way the company had been performing.
See also: out, pitch

pitch someone or something out (of) something

 and pitch someone or something out
to throw someone or something out of something or some place. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) The usher pitched the drunk out of the theater. The usher pitched out the annoying person.
See also: out, pitch

pitch something out

to throw something away; to discard something. This cottage cheese is so old, I'm going to pitch it out. They pitched out the bad food.
See also: out, pitch
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He should get two pitches ready, or just one if there's no time; and he should throw every pitch out of the stretch.
"It was nice to see him pitch well but also pitch out of the stretch and pitch with some runners on base and continue to make his quality pitches," Red Sox manager Terry Francona said.