Posing as a 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' reporter, even a Mets fan wearing a Harvey jersey was unable to identify the pitcher.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brian Wilson is a pioneer in manscaping.
The cranberry and orange is tart and refreshing and it can easily be made ahead and served in a pitcher or punch bowl.
Roger Clemens was a Hall of Fame pitcher long before the alleged drug use.
We go to the ball park, we heckle a pitcher who throws one bad pitch.
In a fury she threw the pitcher on the ground and broke it into a hundred pieces.
"I kinda fergot it wasn't nothin' but a pitcher," he stammered, apologetically.
Suddenly the Chicago pitcher begins to weaken in the seventh.
And I wish, for all our sakes, that we had the pitcher here now!
A tin "pan" and "pitcher" of water stood near the door, and the table in the middle of the room was covered with oilcloth.
"earthen jug," c.1200, from Old French pichier (12c.), altered from bichier, from Medieval Latin bicarium, probably from Greek bikos "earthen vessel" (see beaker). Pitcher-plant is recorded from 1819; so called for its resemblance.
"one who pitches," 1722, agent noun from pitch (v.1). Originally of one tossing hay into a wagon, etc.; baseball sense first recorded 1845.
a vessel for containing liquids. In the East pitchers were usually carried on the head or shoulders (Gen. 24:15-20; Judg. 7:16, 19; Mark 14:13).