bullpen

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  • Info In baseball, the bullpen (or simply the pen) is the area where relief pitchers warm-up before entering a game. more...
  • That year, he started only six games and was quickly moved to the bullpen.
  • Following his playing retirement, he served as their bullpen coach for several seasons.
  • Bullpens are located off the field in left and left center field.
  • He was limited to the bullpen during the last month of the season.
  • He was their bullpen coach through, when he was released at the end of the season.
  • Smith was moved to the bullpen for the first time in his career.
  • Like game two, the third and final game was a battle of the bullpens.
  • However, he was placed in the bullpen, where he stayed for the entire year.
  • "The two most important things in life: good friends and a strong bullpen."
  • Both bullpens would keep the game quiet until the bottom of the eighth.
  • If a game runs into many extra innings, a team may well empty its bullpen.
  • In, he was returned to the bullpen making only one emergency start.
  • Also unusual, the bullpens for each team are built into the stands behind the first and third base lines.
  • He appeared in seven games, three out of the bullpen.
  • The song is also used in many baseball games when the visiting team makes a call to the bullpen.
  • By the latter part of his career, he was strictly used out of the bullpen.
  • Both bullpens held the other team to nothing for the rest of the game as the series was once again tied.
  • When he returned, he continued to work out of the bullpen, but not as the closer.
  • He also served for a short time in the bullpen.
  • When he was finally healthy in, he was moved to the bullpen after only five starts.
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Meaning of bullpen

  • noun A place on a baseball field where relief pitchers can warm up during a game
  • noun A large cell where prisoners (people awaiting trial or sentence or refugees or illegal immigrants) are confined together temporarily