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outfield

noun out·field \-ˌfēld\

: 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
out·field·er \-ˌfēl-dər\ noun

Examples of OUTFIELD

  1. He threw the ball to home plate from the outfield.
  2. The team has one of the best outfields in the league.

First Known Use of OUTFIELD

1868
OUTFIELDER Defined for Kids

outfield

noun out·field \ˈat-ˌfēld\

Definition of OUTFIELD for Kids

:  the part of a baseball field beyond the infield and between the foul lines

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