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Yet Soto topped a grounder and, sprinting out of the box, kept them from turning two.
So once d’Arnaud made contact, Josh Harrison took one look at the grounder, chopped his feet toward first base and set up for a throw from Luis García.
With the bases loaded in the fourth, Harrison hit a grounder to third and took off sprinting.
Far too many of his batted balls were grounders into the shift or lazy pop-ups.
Next he picks up a grounder and, with a half-spin, lobs a toss behind his back toward second.
"Fly" and "grounder" to her were simply undistinguishable terms of a barbaric technical jargon.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
Every young American who has ever tried to stop a grounder or put one over to first will enjoy them and want to own them all.
TOM SLADE ON THE RIVERPERCY K. FITZHUGH
There was a ring of wood against leather, and an instant later Nelson, flinging himself to one side, reached for the grounder.
Instead of doing this, he smashed a hot grounder straight into the hands of Foxhall, the second baseman.
Instead of a drive, it proved to be a grounder that went clipping over the skin diamond straight into the hands of Pelty.

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