Recent Examples of bleacher from the Web
For Wagler, on the court, and Dwayne, in the bleachers, the heartbreak was still fresh.
The bleachers, usually dotted with fans for minor-league games, will be filled.
Volunteers will spend the next two weeks powerwashing the park’s sidewalks, painting fences, repairing dugouts and rebuilding bleachers, among other tasks.
When Jordan's blast landed in the left field bleachers, the entire vibe of the game flipped.
The following year, the old gym was given a new name, LeBron James Arena, and opened for business with a new NBA-regulation size hardwood floor, bleachers, updated lighting and sound systems, branded scoreboards, and boys and girls locker rooms.
Students are left bored in the bleachers, and many leave, never to return.
As Durr stood ready to receive the long line of autograph-seekers that stretched up the bleachers, an elderly fan with a white Louie the Cardinal pin on his sweater and tapped her on the shoulder.
In my head, there were going to be bleachers with a crowd.
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