sandlot

NOUN
  1. a vacant lot used by city boys to play games
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How To Use sandlot In A Sentence

  • Others wanted more attention paid to the minor leagues, school ball, Little League, and the sandlot.
  • As Dave Lopez, the state's secretary of commerce and tourism told me at a breakfast last month, the answer was as mortifying as being the last kid picked for a sandlot ball game; United executives "couldn't imagine living in Oklahoma. Christine Negroni: Thunder and Aerospace A Winning Combination
  • As the son of a semipro athlete who played sandlot baseball and football into his early 40's, he came by that blocky, unbreakable body by way of genetic inheritance.
  • These thoughts are not reserved solely for the sandlot candidates but the minor league ones as well.
  • But she noted, too, Canadians can be forgiven for "thinking that Parliament is a nasty kind of sandlot filled with testosterone-driven egos. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • He grew up playing soccer and sandlot baseball after spending mornings baking bread in his grandfather's bakery.
  • Neil Labute has a reckless, bordering on feckless, talent as a writer and provocateur, taking as much pleasure burrowing into messy sex lives as a toddler with a toy spade into a sandlot.
  • He didn't play baseball beyond the Bronx sandlots, though he allows that as a senior at Long Island University, wearing his sandlot uniform because LIU had no money for uniforms, ‘I did pitch batting practice.’
  • During the sandlot days of the Depression he kept us supplied with scuffed baseballs, huge scarred bats, and other equipment from the Tigers' surplus.
  • When a local sandlot baseball team found itself without a manager, he kept it going.
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