Definition of Right fielder

1. Noun. The person who plays right field.

Generic synonyms: Outfielder
Derivative terms: Right Field, Right Field



Definition of Right fielder

1. Noun. (baseball) The outfield defensive player that stands to the right of the field as viewed from home plate. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Right fielder

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1907)
"But they were reckoning without Mr. right fielder Young. Mr. right fielder Young started the sixth in a way that made the Hammond supporters hug themselves ..."

2. Handbook of Athletic Games for Players, Instructors, and Spectators by Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, William Dean Pulvermacher (1916)
"There are three fielders, a right fielder, a left fielder and a center fielder, whose places are in the outfield, ie, beyond the diamond. ..."

3. Baseball: Individual Play and Team Play in Detail by William Jones Clarke, Fredrick Thomas Dawson (1915)
"The centre-fielder recovers the ball and throws it to the right-fielder, ... Then the right-fielder throws either to third base or home according to ..."

4. Mass Physical Training for Use in the Army and the Reserve Officers by Joseph Edward Raycroft (1920)
"For left-hand batters leave the fielders in the usual positions except that the left fielder should come in closer and the right fielder should play deeper. ..."

5. The Boys' Book of Sports: And Outdoor Life by Beard, E Clement, De Vinne Press, Century Company (1886)
"I never once thought of his trying to get home, for the right-fielder had the ball in quick ... The right-fielder had thrown the ball to the second baseman, ..."

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