He's going to swing for the fences
, get counter-punched and Floyd's knocking him out in two to three rounds.
Will they swing for the fences
-- or aim for consistency?
In Silicon Valley, people are encouraged to swing for the fences
and to "dent the universe," as Steve Jobs liked to say.
On their second time at bat, Alabama Shakes swing for the fences
and knock it clear out of the park on the fierce, funky, and fantastic Sound & Color.
We can swing for the fences
here, which makes that a lot of fun,'' Johnson said.
The catalyst six years ago was entrepreneur-showman Lalit Modi's launch of the IPL and its high-speed, made-for-television version of the game--complete with gaudy uniforms, player auctions and incentives to swing for the fences
at every occasion.
What mattered is that Ruth had gotten only seven hits combined in the 1921 and 1922 World Series, proof to McGraw that his managerial genius could outsmart any batter stupid enough to swing for the fences
every time up.
He was still inclined to swing for the fences
every now and then, and crashed another straight drive over Ishant's head for his fourth six.
Through it all the 47-year-old continues to swing for the fences
It's like, why not swing for the fences
and try and hit a home run?
Swing for the fences
to begin--you can always temper back and play small ball later.
That is why this voter is hoping Obama will swing for the fences
It is highly likely that will change today, and the degree to which the pool is 'buyable' will encourage the big-hitting syndicates to swing for the fences
They're like power hitters ordered to make sacrifice bunts rather than swing for the fences