center field

  1. the piece of ground in the outfield directly ahead of the catcher
    he hit the ball to deep center
  2. the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is expected to field balls in the central third of the outfield
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How To Use center field In A Sentence

  • He steals a base up by 10 runs or down by 10, and he's standing on second base by the time his routine fly to center field is caught.
  • The time and work paid off when LaRue blooped a single into short center field.
  • a ball-hawking center fielder
  • This area is an alcove, created by a gap in the center field bleachers, and in the alcove are the stairs that lead to the two clubhouses. WILLIE MAYS
  • Indeed, the concept of "like products" is located at the center field of the endless battle between the two masters of international trade law—freer trade and national regulatory autonomy.
  • Rivera fielded the ball, but threw it into center field in attempting to force Dellucci at second.
  • No batted ball has ever hit the center field scoreboard, but two baseballs narrowly missed it.
  • When Sanger had fooled Grant twice, it began to look as if he really would succeed in "taking his pelt"; but, declining to reach for the decoys, Rod finally met the ball on the trade mark, lining it over the center fielder's head, after which he made third before he was stopped by the wild gestures and cries of the delighted coacher, Nelson. Rival Pitchers of Oakdale
  • Walking in front of Beltran through the dugout was his friend and successor in center field, Angel Pagan, and if Mets fans sometimes haven't fully appreciated Beltran's understated excellence during his tenure with the team, Pagan over the last two days gave them a taste of the alternative. A Flushing Farewell?
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