Examples of mitt in a Sentence
children bundled up in hats and mitts
He can hold anything in those big mitts of his.
Recent Examples of mitt from the Web
Harris fumbled the ball out of hands and down between his legs right into Epps' grateful mitts.
Photographs that have leaked of the hotel suite appear to show his left hand encased in a mitt, which could have been protection against overheating.
So my main goal here is for the Gators to keep their grubby mitts off our budding Belichick.
Third baseman Alex Bregman charged forward, scooped up the ball and made a perfect throw to McCann's mitt, and Bird slid into the tag.
Engelland then channels that hand information, like Kawhi Leonard’s massive mitts, to determine a player’s optimum grip and release point.
After reaching a high point in the mid-2000s, with Jason Varitek vigorously smushing a catcher’s mitt into A-Rod’s pretty mug, the Red Sox and Yankees rivalry drifted off into somnolence this decade.
Sporting an astronaut suit and wielding a baseball bat as well as catcher's mitt, the mystery staff member is one of the millions of Houstonians who will be rooting for the Astros during their third game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Friday night.
Fielding Todd Frazier’s slow tapper with runners on first and third and one out, Bregman fired a BB that hit catcher McCann’s mitt just inches off the ground as Greg Bird slid into the out.
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