Definition of barehand
: to catch or retrieve (a baseball) with a bare hand
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Duvall barehanded the catch and threw on the fly from the left-field corner to get Perez out easily for the first out of the inning.
Defensive replacement Andrew Romine, sitting on the bench for the first eight innings, corralled the roller towards the third base line barehanded and nabbed Gordon at first base.
Straily missed it, but Dee Gordon nabbed it — barehanded — and threw to first while falling for the inning-ending out, saving a run.
Gregorius, while prone, flipped J. D. Martinez’s grounder up the middle to Starlin Castro, who caught it barehanded and threw to first while falling down — and blowing a bubble.
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