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With the bases loaded and no outs, Jonathan Schoop looped a two-run single to chase former Orioles farmhand Parker Bridwell from the game.
He will be opposed by Alec Asher (2-2, 4.10), a former Phillies farmhand who was traded in March to the Baltimore organization for cash.
In Triple A, Yankees' farmhand Jake Cave (International League) and the Mets' Dominic Smith (Pacific Coast League) were players of the month.
Young Texans can no longer get by as oil-field roughnecks and farmhands, many here say, and schools must start to train them for jobs in newer technological industries.
Tomas Telis, a former Rangers farmhand who came to the Marlins in the trade for Sam Dyson in 2015, hit his first career triple in the seventh to score Ichiro.
For instance, there's parts of Montana and North Dakota with high connectivity to South Africa, which probably owes to an influx of South African farmhands to the area.
Mechanization created bigger farms with fewer farmhands, the towns that made a trade from farming families hollowed out, and so on.
Brach’s blown save pushed Darren O’Day into a quick warmup for the 10th when the Orioles went down in order quickly on 13 pitches against former Orioles farmhand Jumbo Diaz.
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Definition of farmhand for English Language Learners
: a person who is hired to work on a farm
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