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A regional term for a spherical mass of crack cocaine.
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Baseball 2005 is even better than Baseball 2004, which was named "the best mobile baseball game to date" by Wireless Gaming Review, nominated by Spike TV for "Best Mobile Game of 2004," and acclaimed by IGN as "the de facto baseballer in the mobile arena.
The Almost Famous actress, who split with New York Yankees baseballer Alex Rodriguez, said that bagging the role of Stephanie was anything but easy.
England batting coach Andy Flower admitted: "There is a lot of baseball-style hitting going on and there was a great photo of Dimi Mascarenhas after those five sixes, looking just like a baseballer.
March: Major league baseballer Mickey Mantle announces his retirement.
Mark Johnson celebrated his recall to Wales A team with nine and current baseballer of the year Luke Fish made eight.
MUM: with Judith at the Oscars; POMPOM GIRL: As a school cheerleader; FAMILY: Husband Eric and India; EX: Baseballer David; SURVIVOR: Halle today; Picture: CAMERA PRESS/ GARY CALTON
The AHA brought along a slew of rope-jumping schoolchildren, along with retired baseballer Jim Palmer, volleyball star Gabrielle Reece and a costumed SpongeBob SquarePants, who drew the most applause by far.
In 1950, the Athletics were managed by Roland Gladu, a Quebec-born baseballer whose own story merits special treatment.
Something old, something new: baseballer Roger Clemens and tennis chappie Lleyton Hewitt.
BOWLER John (Johnny) Footballer, baseballer, cricketer and best of all a father.
Best play went to "Take Me Out," about as car baseballer who kicks down the closet door.
It was one to delight team manager Patrick Cacchia, the former County baseballer, and special mention goes to the young pack, who will surely be the backbone of the club for many years to come.