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Synonyms for bullpen

a place on a baseball field where relief pitchers can warm up during a game

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a large cell where prisoners (people awaiting trial or sentence or refugees or illegal immigrants) are confined together temporarily

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It isn't only World Series champs who have successfully rebuilt their bullpens on the fly.
The A's finished the regular season ranked second in the AL with a 3.37 ERA from their bullpen. The Yankees were right behind them with a 3.38 ERA.
The Rockies and the White Sox (non-playoff team) appeared to have good bullpens but struggled to win as many games as the other teams.
They all won't make the team, but the way bullpens go these days, they may all wind up pitching in Boston at some point.
But, for Major League Baseball, the old-fashion landline handset from the dugout to the bullpen has remained a constant and technologically outdated.
In 10 games apiece this postseason, the Texas and St Louis bullpens have covered a staggering 42 and one third innings each, four more than the San Francisco Giants' bullpen pitched in all three rounds of the 2010 postseason combined, with the Rangers allowing 11 earned runs, and the Cardinals 12.
The pitchers must get in their practice on boxing, tilting, and putaways in the bullpen.
"But industrywide speaking, the bullpens have been difficult in different cities.
Having an expanded bullpen is key for both teams, who have had trouble getting outs with their relievers.
The Royals had one of the stingiest bullpens in baseball this season, but the back end was especially dominant.
In modern baseball, bullpens are the auto dealership sales manager, the defensive line, the "good cop." Others get most of the glory--they get results.
It helps that they have one of the best bullpens in baseball.
BOSTON -- Bullpens are baseball's version of the annuals New Englanders love to plant in the front of the house every May.
"I sort of did the same as I've been doing in the sim games and bullpens, kind of eased my way through it,'' Buchholz added.