Some articles on passed balls, passed ball, passed, ball, balls:
2, Frank Carbajal, Northern Colorado, vs Clemson, L 7–1, tied (2 others) Most Passed Balls, Individual, Single Game – 3, Jim Garrett, Fresno St, vs Arizona, L 5–1, tied (2 others ...
... Petralli ties a Major League record by committing six passed balls in a 7–0 loss to the Detroit Tigers at Tiger Stadium ... All seven runs are unearned and come as a result of the passed balls ... Petralli will go on to commit 35 passed balls on the season, breaking J ...
... Gus Triandos sets a pair of American League records with three passed balls in one inning (6th) and four in one game, but knuckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm, making ... Triandos' passed ball mark for an inning will be tied by reserve backstop Joe Ginsberg in six days, and Tom Egan will collect five PBs in 1970 to erase Triandos ... and ties the record set six days earlier by teammate Gus Triandos with three passed balls in one inning ...
... Australia also named an unchanged team after Glenn McGrath passed a late fitness test ... Kevin Pietersen was aggressive from his first ball, going on to make his half-century off just 70 balls ... Day two Australia resumed play on the second day with the ball only six overs old, while England's Paul Collingwood required two runs to make a century ...
... He allowed three passed balls in a game against the Cincinnati Reds on April 19 to not only lose the back-up catcher job, but to also get himself ... with Niekro on the mound on August 31 in which he had two passed balls ... In all, Mizerock had eleven passed balls for the season eight of which occurred with Niekro pitching ...
Famous quotes containing the words balls and/or passed:
“look the spangles
that sleep all the year in a dark box
dreaming of being taken out and allowed to shine,
the balls the chains red and gold the fluffy threads,
put up your little arms
and ill give them all to you to hold”
—E.E. (Edward Estlin)
“A good wif was ther ofbiside bathe,
But she was somde, deef, and that was scathe.
Of clooth makyng the hadde swich an haunt,
She passed hem of Ypres and of Gaunt.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)