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an open vessel with a handle and a spout for pouring

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the quantity contained in a pitcher

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(botany) a leaf that that is modified in such a way as to resemble a pitcher or ewer

the position on a baseball team of the player who throws the ball for a batter to try to hit

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He headed to cricketmad India in search of good players he could fly to the US and retrain as baseball pitchers.
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Hershiser, a former Major League Baseball pitcher and Cy Young winner, joined Sunday Night Baseball last season.
Major League Baseball pitcher Cliff Lee and his wife, Kristen, announced a $1 million donation to Arkansas Children's Hospital of Little Rock.
Though age is the most common risk factor, bursitis can also be the result of repeated motions (such as a baseball pitcher who develops bursitis in his throwing shoulder).
3 : the slightly raised ground on which a baseball pitcher stands
THE UPSIDE OF ANGER (15) Joan Allen as a mum-of-four who drowns her sorrows in drink when her husband disappears, with Kevin Costner as one-time star baseball pitcher turned radio show host, who becomes her unlikely confidant and drinking partner.
Sheldon Marsh is a half-Jewish, hearing-impaired baseball pitcher living in Youngstown, Ohio.
A baseball pitcher may spin the baseball as he throws it to make the ball curve as it flies through the air.
In addition, Chao awarded the SPIRIT (Strength, Perseverance, Integrity, Role-model, Independence, Trailblazer) Award to Dave Dravecky, former Major League Baseball pitcher for the San Francisco Giants.
The two killed were New York Yankees baseball pitcher Cory Lidle and his flying instructor, officials from the baseball club said.
The majority holds that a baseball pitcher owes no duty to refrain from intentionally throwing a baseball at an opposing player's head.
A baseball pitcher would love to have a wide strike zone, but the batter wants it to be narrow.
Her four challengers were Takenori Emoto, 56, a former star professional baseball pitcher who was later elected to the House of Councillors, the Japanese Communist Party-backed lawyer Shoji Umeda, 53, Hiroaki Koyama, 61, a former member of the city assembly of Sennan in Osaka Prefecture, and Shigezo Nishimura, 74, a former business manager.