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set at a slant

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Sometimes the travellers passed beneath cascades which pitched from such lofty heights that the water fell into the stream like heavy rain.
1 : to set up and fix firmly in place <We pitched a tent.
In the course of the August game, Maddux not only pitched brilliantly, turned double plays, hit and squeezed in runs, but, for dessert, gave fans an assist to remember.
Watch any game that Bob Gibson ever pitched, and you'll see that landing in a fielding position was about the last thing on his list of priorities.
Moreover, he found a striking relationship between those forces and the orientation of a pitched ball's seams as the ball cuts through the air toward a batter.
Before crossing the plate on Opening Day in April 2000, this very same baseball will be pitched and caught by thousands of people as it travels on a three-month, 16-city California/Nevada road trip beginning in February.
Newcombe pitched in a different era, one in which pitching in both games of a doubleheader was admirable, not ludicrous.
The problem is that the freshmen had hardly pitched until the end of the season when, with the staff sharply decimated, they were suddenly called upon for extra duty in the regionals.