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big league

noun as in major league

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When he retired from baseball last month, he did so as a Minnesota Twin, the team that drafted him, developed him, brought him to the big leagues and made him an all-star.

Especially when you’re being scrutinized, especially when you’re in the big leagues.

Spector said it has been exciting to watch new players “trying to make their mark and prove that they belong in the big leagues.”

Alderson, 73, has a vast background in running big league front offices.

Kieboom played 53 times under big league lights and is one of only 19,902 people ever to do so.

If his big league career was short-lived, it was nonetheless substantial by almost any measure.

Down here, the big-league dreams of the players are still just far-off lights on the horizon.

The average salary is more than $3 millon, and the minimum big-league contract is $480,000.

This is the big league, and politics is a blood sport here, a tradition going back hundreds of years.

Jacqui, for her part, is represented by another big-league lawyer.

If you fellows hadnt given me Big League support theyd corralled the game after all.

Ive never missed an opportunity of seeing a Big League game and trying to wise up on the methods of the players.

Big-league fielders did not wait till the ball was high in the air before running to get under it.

To be a successful pitcher in the Big League, a man must have the head and the arm.

Newspapers work on the mental attitude of Big League players.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to big-league, such as: big deal, big-time, blue-chip, chief, critical, and crucial.

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