Wonder if I c'd knock a two-bagger with that hat o' his'n without mussin' his hair?
Joe had struck out one man, and then he was found for a two-bagger.
If the ring is thrown over one of the "base-hit" or "two-bagger" pegs, it shows the number of bases secured.
A two-bagger would clear the bases and put Boston in the lead.
Doc Macnooder knocked the first ball pitched for a clean single; a two-bagger for the Egghead!
Billings found the Robinson pitcher for a two-bagger, stole third, and came home on a hit by Greene.
Greenway led with two singles and a three-bagger, while Barton made a two-bagger and a home run.
A two-bagger would answer the purpose just as well, and would certainly sound more plausible.
Willis went out on a long fly to right, but Curry pounded out a two-bagger that cleared the bases.
Langridge seemed to go to pieces and issued walking passes to two men, while he was batted for a two-bagger and a three-base hit.
A contemptible and insignificant person; a trivial idiot: Craig Stevens as her twit of a husband/ I've got the authorization, you fucking twit
[1934+; origin unknown; rapidly adopted in the 1970s, perhaps because of the popularity of the British television series Monty Python's Flying Circus, on which the term was often employed]