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third base

A baseball metaphor commonly used by adolescents in America for the third level of sexual intimacy, which consists of oral or manual stimulation of the genitals.
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Arenado should be awarded third base, but can attempt to advance home at his own risk.
As we can see by Table 2, the threshold values for going to third base are higher with zero or two outs than with one out.
Young was the Texas Rangers' starting shortstop from 2004-08 before moving to third base to accommodate rookie Elvis Andrus.
He's been a third base coach, a bench coach, a hitting coach, a manager and managed in the minor leagues a long time.
Unless there's a speedy runner on third base, I believe in bringing the infield one step in on the corners and two steps up in the middle.
She showed a lot of versatility playing catcher, outfield, and third base," Remi said.
If it works out and he can play third base, to have that kind of bat coming up and having a position for him is something that could help us and is something that's going to be big for our depth," manager Mike Scioscia said.
That is why I prefer my runners to lead off third base in fair territory.
Wilson Betemit, who had entered the game at third base to start the inning because Garciaparra was lifted, went to cover the bag, leaving Tomko to make the play.
The basic principles of bunting toward third base for a base hit can generally be applied to bunting toward first base or bunting firmly past the pitcher toward the second baseman.
At that point both the second and third base umpires (Ed Rapuano and Ed Hickox) signaled obstruction but correctly allowed the play to proceed per rule 7.
2) The Dodgers' Nomar Garciaparra rounds third base after his fifth-inning home run off New York Mets starter John Maine on Friday.