Definition of Big leaguer
1. Noun. A member of a major-league baseball team.
Group relationships: Major-league Club, Major-league Team
Generic synonyms: Ballplayer, Baseball Player
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Literary usage of Big leaguer
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1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1914)
"Let me relate the deal engineered by Henry Berry of Los Angeles by which his star outfielder of 1912, Pete Daley, became a big leaguer. ..."
2. My Company by Carroll Judson Swan (1918)
"One was Hal Chapman, who claimed to be the only retained " big leaguer" in captivity in France. He was formerly a catcher with the "Cubs" and Joe Tinker was ..."