• WordNet 3.6
    • n switch-hitter a baseball player who can bat either right or left handed
    • n switch-hitter slang term for a bisexual person
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Santiago is a switch-hitter, who bats left against right-handers.
Even after Yankees manager Joe Girardi's switch to pinch-hitter Raul Ibanez in place of Alex Rodriguez paid off huge with a stunning two-homer night in Wednesday's 3-2, 12-inning victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
Don't confuse Donnelly as a switch-hitter .
But his versatility in the field should make the switch-hitter, 34, a popular reserve target for a contender – like the Yankees.
"As a switch-hitter, he will serve as a solid complement to Alex Avila as our back-up catcher for the 2013 season.".
Major League Baseball lost one of the game's most outspoken ambassadors but more importantly one of the most prolific switch hitters in the history of the game.
Major League switch-hitter and Eureka native Ben Zobrist was the keynote of the Peoria Mayor's 38th Annual Leadership Prayer luncheon.
Left-handed #=switch-hitter 1=totals with first team (same league) 2=totals with second team (same league) T=totals for season (same league) X=player NOT on current roster.
Karlee Sampson switched to outside hitter from setter as a freshman, and she powered T-Birds to pair of 2nd-place finishes at state.
The six-foot, 180-pound Suarez, a switch-hitter, has added 29 doubles and his 50 RBIs is sixth among all Class A shortstops in the country.
As his career winds down, legendary switch-hitter's numbers are piling up.
Both are switch-hitters who play third base .