You know, he does the same thing in Dallas Buyers Club in the bullpen!
When Strauss-Kahn crossed that bridge, he was delivered to Intake—or, as we inmates call it, “the bullpen.”
Senators manager Bucky Harris signaled to the bullpen to send in a right-hander named Paul Hopkins.
To Palmer, the coincidence of his bullpen exile and his return to form was galling.
Eventually it got to be too much and NBC had to go to the bullpen.
When in the "bullpen" Schrank's fellow prisoners shrank away from him.
[baseball sense perhaps fr a boys' game called bullpen, attested fr 1857, in which opponents lined up in a rectangle and threw balls at each other; similarly, the pitchers in the bullpen are vulnerable to being hit by thrown and hit balls]