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the second in order of the bases from home plate.
the position of the player covering the area of the infield between second and first bases.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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He said he was continuing to work on his timing at
, where he is expected to start spring training.
But the field was flooded, with water knee high in the section between first and
There aren't a lot of in-between options at
He might be best suited for
, but for now he'll remain at shortstop.
There's a huge gap between those two and the rest of the pack at
Outfield catches and
slides came natural to the team as they racked up runs throughout the six innings of play.
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