second sacker


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second sacker

In baseball or softball, the second baseman. The second sacker made a sensational catch that secured the team's place in the World Series finals.
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second sacker

n. the second baseman in baseball. The second sacker missed the throw, and the runner went on home.
See also: second
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Bobby Richardson, Yankees, 1960, Game 3 The New Yorkers' second sacker became, in 1960, the first player from a losing team to win the Series MVP, hitting .367.
Guillen is well aware of what Pedroia has been doing, which is why when given a choice between facing Pedroia or Ortiz, he'll throw four wide to the second sacker and take his chances with the big fella.
That however didn't have all that much to do with the sturdily-built 5-11, 190-pound switch-hitting second sacker who had just turned 25 and was pushed through the ranks rapidly, likely too fast, to fit the situation surrounding his team.
Central Division crown by hitting .336 with 113 runs, 100 RBI and 30 stolen bases while fielding his position better than any other second sacker. Chipper Jones Braves On a club that struggled offensively and narrowly won its 10th division championship in 11 seasons, Jones hit .330 with 38 homers, 113 runs and 102 RBI.
The Royals' second sacker thought about applying a tag on James who had stopped between first and second.
In the top of the fourth inning, the Yankees already had three runs across the plate when, with Yogi Berra on second and Mickey Mantle on first, Woodling followed with a drive that landed squarely in second sacker Bobby Young's glove.
second sackers in putouts (323), assists (444) and total chances (777).