baseballer

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noun base·ball·er \ˈbās-ˌbȯ-lər\

Definition of baseballer

plural

baseballers

  1. :  a baseball player … the dispute between the professional baseballers and a scientist who claimed that the curve ball was an optical illusion. — E. L. Doctorow, Ragtime, (1974) 1975 In the '90s dozens of sports stars, including baseballers Eric Davis and Darryl Strawberry, have returned to action after battling cancer. — Mark Starr et al., Newsweek, 15 May 2000

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First Known Use of baseballer

1867


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