Definition of Shortstops

1. Noun. (plural of shortstop) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shortstops

1. shortstop [n] - See also: shortstop

Lexicographical Neighbors of Shortstops

shortlived
shortly
shortness
shortness of breath
shortnesses
shortribs
shorts
shortsheet
shortsheeted
shortsheeting
shortsheets
shortsighted
shortsightedly
shortsightedness
shortstop
shortstops (current term)
shortsword
shorttail
shorttail weasel
shortwave
shortwave diathermy machine
shortwaved
shortwaves
shortwaving
shortwing
shortwings
shory
shos
shoshones

Literary usage of Shortstops

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Athletic Games in the Education of Women by Gertrude Dudley, Frances Kellor (1909)
"shortstops play inside the diamond and give attention to foul hits, bunts, ... shortstops may have to play basemen if the basemen turn fielder; ..."

2. O. Henry Biography by Charles Alphonso Smith (1916)
"(December 12, 1895) A young lady in Houston became engaged last summer to one of the famous shortstops of the Texas baseball league. ..."

3. O. Henry Biography by Charles Alphonso Smith (1916)
"(December 12, 1895) A young lady in Houston became engaged last summer to one of the famous shortstops of the Texas baseball league. ..."

4. The Tribune Almanac and Political Register by Horace Greeley (1912)
"OM shortstops. _ .081 McCarthy. Pitts I 33 2l .087 Doolan, Philadelphia. ! 145 61.086(Herzog, NY & Bos. ..."

5. The Holy Land and Syria by Frank George Carpenter (1922)
"Therefore the pitchers, catchers, and shortstops of the great American diamond were worth more to him than all the stories of history and all the mummies of ..."

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