Recent Examples of farmhand from the Web
The first fully autonomous ground vehicles hitting the market aren’t cars or delivery trucks—they’re robo-farmhands.
Orioles farmhand Steve Wilkerson, who was expected to compete for a utility infielder spot this spring, has been suspended 50 games for a violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Plan.
Maloney, 27 — not to be confused with former Orioles farmhand Joe Mahoney — previously played in the Texas Rangers’ and Minnesota Twins’ minor league systems, reaching the Double-A level in 2016 with Minnesota.
These days, over one-quarter of the farmhands in the United States are immigrants working here illegally.
Gonzalez, a former Phillies farmhand, has never allowed more than three earned runs at Citizens Bank Park.
That—along with a rash of Astros injuries—made Luhnow more willing to sacrifice top farmhands to get Verlander despite the two $28 million years left on his contract.
Many of the city's men work as fishermen or farmhands, which leaves women to run the market.
Wells earns organizational honors Orioles farmhand Alex Wells, whose exemplary command this season while pitching at low-A Delmarva was hard to ignore, was named the organization’s annual Jim Palmer minor league pitcher of the year on Tuesday.
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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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