Outfield sentence example
- The farm-rooms in East Lothian, as in other districts, were divided into infield and outfield.
- Moreover, they can tear up little potholes all along the outfield, never mind what they can do to raw flesh when you're sliding into third base and your cleat careens right into the third baseman.
- Whether you're on the pitcher's mound, on third base or in the outfield, make sure you buy a comfortable pair of softball cleats designed for your unique playing needs.
- If a goalkeeper plays he must play outfield and is unable to use hands.
- You can go from a tense strategizing of a pitcher facing a southpaw batter to the entire outfield heading to the bullpen in the time it takes to simply catch a pop fly for that third out.Advertisement
- The game is played on a dirt infield and grass outfield called a diamond.
- In every country there is an upland or outfield territory, which will always bid defiance to agriculture.
- Batting first on a difficult wicket and slow outfield, Park struggled to 95-7 (Matt Bebbington 24 ).
- Earlier in the day the home side had posted 191 on a worn, used pitch, with a lightning fast outfield.
- All the bowlers were unlucky and we were hampered in the field due to a wet outfield and an injury as well.Advertisement
- Winning the toss captain Greg Hill decided to bat first on what was a very fresh wicket with a good quick outfield.
- A hollow in the grass in the cricket outfield marks the site of a cockpit.
- However, we all felt that the actual playing area on the cricket pitch outfield leaves much to be desired.
- After last week's dismal showing against Doncaster, outfield changes are inevitable.
- The outfield land is ordinarily made use of promiscuously for feeding of their cows, horse, sheep and oxen; 'tis also dunged by their sheep who lay in earthen folds; and sometimes, when they have much of it, they fauch or fallow a part of it yearly."Advertisement
- After last week 's dismal showing against Doncaster, outfield changes are inevitable.
- Farms were divided into infield and outfield; corn crops followed one another without the intervention of fallow, cultivated herbage or turnips, though something is said about fallowing the outfield; enclosures were very rare; the tenantry had not begun to emerge from a state of great poverty and depression; and the wages of labour, compared with the price of corn, were much lower than at present, though that price, at least in ordinary years, must appear extremely moderate in our times.