infielder

[in-feel-der]
noun Baseball.
any of the four defensive players stationed around the infield.

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism; infield + -er1

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infielder or infieldsman (ˈɪnˌfiːldə, ˈɪnfiːldzmən)
 
n
a player positioned in the infield
 
infieldsman or infieldsman
 
n

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Roast chicken is the utility infielder of practically everyone's culinary
  repertoire.
Roast chicken is the utility infielder of practically everyone's culinary
  repertoire.
He began his career as an infielder, but played exclusively in the outfield
  last year.
It's time to start paying attention to this formerly light-hitting infielder.
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