Definition of sandlot
: a vacant lot especially when used for usually unorganized sports
sandlotterplay \-ˌlä-tər\ noun
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The more recreationally-focused proposal would also add sandlot volleyball.
Before Wednesday’s game, Camden Yards was Terry’s sandlot.
Those two scouts, including Carlos Gomez, a longtime comber of Venezuela’s sandlots, were the first to give Marquez a tryout.
Yes, a father’s commitment was great through the years on the sandlot.
The young Cuban refugee grew up to be a man in America, worked hard, asked for no handouts, shared his love of baseball on dusty sandlots in California and raised three sons of his own.
Ogawa’s weeknight practices are held on a sandlot next to a military base in Dakar’s Ouakam neighborhood.
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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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