Pitcher (disambiguation)

Pitcher (disambiguation)

Pitcher may refer to the following:

Baseball and softball

*Pitcher, a playing position in the game of baseball or softball. See also:
**Starting pitcher, the pitcher who pitches the first pitch
**Relief pitcher, a pitcher who enters the game after the starting pitcher has been removed
***Middle relief pitcher, relief pitchers who commonly pitch in the 6th or 7th innings
***Setup pitcher, a relief pitcher who regularly pitches before the closer
***Closing pitcher, a relief pitcher who tries to get the final outs in a game to secure victory for his team
**Power pitcher, a pitcher who relies on the velocity of his pitches
**Control pitcher, a pitcher who relies on the accuracy of his pitches
**Groundball pitcher, a pitcher that relies on getting hitters to hit into ground outs


*Pitcher (container), a container for fluids
*Pitchers (ceramic material), is scrap ceramic material that has been broken, or otherwise rejected, in the course of manufacture
*Pitcher, New York, a town in Chenango County, NY, USA.


*Arthur Pitcher, a Bermudian cricketer
*Azeem Pitcher, a Bermudian cricketer
*Duncan Pitcher, a British Army and Royal Air Force officer
*Ernest Herbert Pitcher, recipient of the Victoria Cross in WWI
*George Pitcher, a journalist, author, public relations pioneer and an Anglican priest
*Henry William Pitcher, recipient of the Victoria Cross in India
*Molly Pitcher, a carrier of water during the American Revolution
*Nathaniel Pitcher, a former Lt. Governor of New York
*Oliver Pitcher, a Bermudian cricketer
*Rebecca Pitcher, an American musical theatre actress
*Thomas Gamble Pitcher, (1824-95), American soldier
*Zina Pitcher, an American physician, politician, educator, and academic administrator


*Pitcher's thistle, a species of thistle native to sand dune shorelines along the upper Great Lakes
*Pitcher plant, one of a type of carnivorous plants

ee also

* Picher

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