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walk–off

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adjective \ˈwȯk-ˌȯf\

Definition of walk–off

  1. :  ending a baseball game immediately by causing the winning run to score for the home team in the bottom of the last inning <a walk–off homer>; also :  won by the home team in the bottom of the last inning <a walk–off win>



1990

First Known Use of walk–off

1990


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