Simple Definition of outfield
: the part of a baseball field that includes the area beyond the infield and between the foul lines
: the part of a cricket field that is away from the wickets
: the players who are positioned in the outfield
Full Definition of outfield
1 : the part of a baseball field beyond the infield and between the foul lines
2 : the baseball defensive positions comprising right field, center field, and left field; also : the players who occupy these positions
outfielderplay \-ˌfēl-dər\ noun
Examples of outfield in a sentence
He threw the ball to home plate from the outfield.
The team has one of the best outfields in the league.
First Known Use of outfield
Rhymes with outfield
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OUTFIELD Defined for Kids
Definition of outfield for Students
: the part of a baseball field beyond the infield and between the foul lines
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