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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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The move amounts to a tacit endorsement of DeWitt, who has logged most of the playing time at third base and entered the day hitting .
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.
Keep a record of the number of times you see a groundball hit directly at a runner leading off third base.
1 prospect by Baseball America, will begin fielding drills at third base today.
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.
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.
Lugo, a superior defensive middle infielder, took ground balls at third base Tuesday under the watchful eye of Dodgers infield coach Mariano Duncan.
If third base is not an option, he must make a short turn around second and pick up the first baseman.
The lumbering veteran who can play first and third base but mostly just pinch hits is now batting .
The catcher must sit down behind the plate with his legs close together, thighs parallel to the ground, and feet up on the toes and turned a bit toward third base.
In his first at-bat, with two outs in the first inning and Kenny Lofton on third base, Kent took two balls then drilled a double to left field to score Lofton and give the Dodgers a 1-0 lead.