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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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com's Jon Morosi that the Yankees and White Sox had the best chances to sign the third baseman.
Other NL winners were: Dodgers catcher Russell Martin, Cubs first baseman Derrek Lee, Arizona second baseman Orlando Hudson, Philadelphia shortstop Jimmy Rollins, Mets third baseman David Wright and outfielders Carlos Beltran of the Mets, Aaron Rowand of Philadelphia and Jeff Francoeur of Atlanta.
He won two Gold Gloves and worked hard to become a very good third baseman.
Since entering the league in 2011, the third baseman has posted an on-base percentage higher than .
Long after he retired as a third baseman for the old Philadelphia A's, Jimmy Dykes liked to regale young writers with stories of his bravery in fielding the position.
A coach, armed with a tennis racket and tennis balls, hits pop-ups to the catcher behind the plate and down the baselines -- allowing the first baseman and third baseman to practice their communication skills with the catcher.
On some teams, the individual differences in the skill may warrant a slight change in the order -- placing the right fielder above the left fielder or the first baseman above the third baseman.
Last season, Chipper Jones of the Braves became the 11th third baseman since 1931 to capture a league MVP trophy.
Should square after the runner makes his break and look and listen for the third baseman.
Furcal, playing alongside former shortstop and new third baseman Cesar Izturis, entered Thursday's game with 10hits in his past 56at-bats, which dropped his average to .
Team USA: Chatsworth junior third baseman Matt Dominguez and Agoura junior pitcher/catcher Robert Stock join Moustakas as locals trying to earn a spot on the 18-and-under Junior National Team.
Round 1: Coach A hits routine ground balls to the third baseman, who fields the ball and throws over to the auxiliary first baseman (X), who returns the ball to the Coach B shagger.