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1(in baseball) bateador masculine(in baseball) bateadora feminine(in baseball) toletero masculine Latin America(in baseball) toletera feminine Latin America(in US football) liniero masculine(in US football) liniera femininehe's just a hitter, he's got no finesse — pega duro, pero no tiene estilo
- "I faced more right-handed hitters today, so I threw more curveballs," Park said.
- He was one of the greatest right-handed hitters of all time.
- Cleveland hitters swung at and missed five of the 79 pitches.
- He's never tried very hard to fool hitters or set them up; he simply dared them to hit his cutter.
- His sharp-breaking curveball fooled hitters in early batting practice sessions.
- Instead of trying to overpower hitters, he throws hittable balls and lets his team's defense do the work.
- The hard-throwing Weaver has a knack for challenging left-handed hitters in a manner that reminds me of a young Frank Tanana.
- He wants his pitchers to be willing to challenge hitters and believes they'll build confidence when they find they can get major league hitters out.
- The team acquired two superstar hitters during the off-season.
- The number of runs scored by a home run doesn't depend on the hitter, but on how many runners are already on base.