second base


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second base

A baseball metaphor, commonly used by US adolescents and teenagers in America, for the second level of sexual intimacy, which consists of touching the breasts or other erogenous zones.
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Drill 3: Short to first/third to second base (See Diag.
In each scene the shortstop was seen approaching second base and taking a throw form the second baseman (off camera), as the runner from first base slid into second base.
3) Dodgers second baseman Rafael Furcal fails to tag out the Padres' Khalil Greene at second base in the ninth inning.
The only problem: Hall -- not the most fleet-footed player -- was the runner at second base.
Waiting for the runner to break causes the second baseman to cover second base for the steal (on a right-handed hitter).
3) Dodgers' Rafael Furcal, right, tags out Padres' Brian Giles after Giles overran second base.
2) The Angels' Chone Figgins steals second base as the ball gets away from Cleveland's Jhonny Peralta.
Lackey then had Durham picked off at first base but Kendry Morales' throw to Orlando Cabrera at second base was wide and Cabrera's spinning tag was late.
Former Angel Steve Finley followed Bonds with an RBI groundout to second base.
That brought up Lof ton, who hung tough until Street had thrown six more pitches and Furcal had stolen second base.
Morales threw to Cabrera at second base for the force out, but the ball tipped off his glove for an error.
Morales stepped inside the running lane and threw to Cabrera at second base for the forceout, but the ball tipped off Cabrera's glove for an error.