Definition of big fly
: home run Throughout the 1987 season, batters hit a big fly once every thirty-two at bats, a ridiculous increase over 1986, when batters homered once every thirty-seven at bats. — David Vincent et al., The Midsummer Classic: the Complete History of Baseball's All-Star Game, 2001
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