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Players amend their fundamentals to accommodate the sandlot style QB.
Bevell must design plays that suit everyone else but can still work when Wilson goes sandlot.
Those facilities are signs of a cultural shift in youth sports away from backyards and sandlots.
Of course, a sandlot would look great in that setting.
For most pitchers, from sandlots to stadiums, velocity has never been a decision.
And just any sandlot game, the bat was passed onto the next hitter and sent across the diamond after each half inning.
Yes, a father’s commitment was great through the years on the sandlot.
Before Wednesday’s game, Camden Yards was Terry’s sandlot.
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SANDLOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sandlot for English Language Learners
: an empty area of land in a city where children play games or sports
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