To use the old baseball parlance, no one bats a thousand.
Agee caught it, just barely, in the webbing of his glove before he crashed into the fence - a snow cone, in baseball parlance.
"In terms of creating value per square foot, in baseball parlance, it's a single, maybe a double; certainly not a home run," Mr. Katell said.
Griffey is, in baseball parlance, a 10-and-5 man.
In baseball parlance, he had already struck out, three swings without a hit.
In professional baseball parlance, that is someone who plays through pain when injured, someone who is willing to do whatever it takes to win.
(The original John's fastball, in baseball parlance, couldn't break a pane of glass.)
Johnson throws from a low-three-quarters angle, in baseball parlance, and his arms are so long that the pitch ends in a vicious left-to-right sweep.
Using baseball parlance, he's a good pitcher - he has a good fastball, good curve and good changeup.
UPON Gooden's return, he seemed no longer the dominating pitcher, and no longer, in baseball parlance, "putting away hitters."