first baseman

first baseman
noun see first base

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • first baseman — n. Baseball the infielder who plays near first base and usually covers first base, esp. on ground balls …   English World dictionary

  • first baseman — first′ base′man n. spo the baseball player whose position is first base …   From formal English to slang

  • first baseman — noun The infield defensive player that stands near first base. First basemen are usually left handed …   Wiktionary

  • first baseman — noun (baseball) the person who plays first base (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑first sacker • Topics: ↑baseball, ↑baseball game, ↑softball, ↑softball game …   Useful english dictionary

  • first baseman — Baseball. the player whose position is first base. [1855 60, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • First baseman — Joueur de premier but En baseball, le joueur de premier but ou 1B (première base en Europe) est le joueur qui est placé au premier des quatre marbres et qui doit empêcher le coureur de parcourir le terrain pour marquer un point. Les joueurs de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • first baseman — dep (béisbol) Traducible por [jugador] primera base …   Diccionario español de neologismos

  • George Burns (first baseman) — Infobox MLB retired bgcolor1=#023465 bgcolor2=#990000 textcolor1=white textcolor2=white name=George Burns birthdate=birth date|1893|1|31|mf=y city state|Niles|Ohio deathdate=death date and age|1978|1|7|1893|1|31|mf=y city… …   Wikipedia

  • Mike Jacobs (first baseman) — For other uses, see Mike Jacobs (disambiguation). Mike Jacobs Jacobs while with the New York Mets Free Agent …   Wikipedia

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