Baseball. a ball purposely thrown by a pitcher too far outside of the plate for the batter to hit, especially in anticipation of an attempted steal by a base runner.
Football. a lateral pass thrown behind the line of scrimmage by one back, especially a T-formation quarterback, to another.

1910–15, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase pitch out

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