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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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A diving stop at third base by Brock Carpenter turned into a double play, bringing home Jimenez to make it 5-4, but Santana flew out with the tying run at second base to end the game.
Calling Tejada out for runner abandonment was, in my opinion, misapplied because Tejada, who was only a few feet from third base when he was tagged, was making no effort to go to his dugout or his position.
After the game Dodgers third base coach Rich Donnelly noted that he didn't want to send Kent but saw that with Drew close behind, he'd likely end up with two runners on third and at that point he was hoping for a botched throw.
That is why I prefer my runners to lead off third base in fair territory.
The Yankees acquired Prado for the stretch run last season and he split time between second base, third base, left field and right field.
He started Saturday's second game at third base. ...
The success rate for all runners attempting to steal third base was 71.6%.
They are taught to break to a point approximately one foot off the third-base corner of the plate, up the third base line.
The 73-year-old wife of a stalwart Cubs fan sitting in the boxes on the third base side wakes up from her nap, turns to her husband, and crabbily demands to know whether the game is over -- yet.
Philadelphia is reportedly hoping to sign Machado and play him at third base.
Pete was an All-Star at first base, second base, third base, left field and right field.
Brian Butterfield has been hired as third base coach for the Red Sox, the same position he held under new Red Sox manager John Farrell the past two years with the Toronto Blue Jays.