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Hernandez supplied a trio of homers, including a third-inning grand slam that transformed the ballpark into a tomb and a two-run blast in the ninth that turned the Dodgers dugout into a mosh pit.
Ellen Brown Scripps Park overlooking La Jolla Cove turned into a veritable mosh pit Sunday of enthusiastic triathletes and disabled sports fiends.
Newbury’s version resembled a rock-concert mosh pit, with Sharks and Jets periodically clustering then dispersing to leave a dead body.
The Middleton family made the Goring their base of operations for the week of festivities, bringing with them the mosh pit of paparazzi at the entrance, scrutinizing every person, every garment bag, every hat box that went up the front steps.
Westbrook could run pick-and-rolls with Steven Adams without the fear of the paint becoming a mosh pit of limbs.
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Definition of mosh pit for English Language Learners
: an area in front of a stage at a rock concert where people dance in a wild and rough way
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