leftfield : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's left
- n the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is expected to field balls in the left third of the outfield (looking from home plate)
- After Moreno was peeled off the canvas and the announcer asked for "a hand for the beaten boy," the leftfield cheering section responded with a raucous Mexican razzberry.
- He has learned to play line drives on the carom off Fenway Park's short leftfield wall, and his throwing arm is deadly.
- Other afternoons, she often went to Boston's Fenway Park where she bought a grandstand seat in leftfield.
News & Articles
- Erykah Badu Loves You: A Conversation With the Artist
Erykah Badu has mastered the modern art of giving interview. A mixture of wit and earnestness, of insight and leftfield references, hers is the kind of rare personality that should earn an open invitation to the talk-show circuit regardless of promo and just 'cuz, a la Amy Sedaris on Letterman . Badu is cool to death, she makes music that is cerebral, challenging and sometimes extra-terrestrial ...
June 10, 2013 - Gawker
- Lou Piniella in Detroit Free Press
We're going to put him in leftfield. We're going to leave him in leftfield,Piniella said Saturday. "It will be less running. He's OK with that."
- Alfonso Soriano in Detroit Free Press
He told me it is better for me to move to leftfield just to recover my leg,Soriano said. "After that I don't know if he wants to leave me in leftfield or move me back to centerfield."
- Bradley McGee in AFP
It kind of came from leftfield, it was a surprise, but an opportunity like this doesn't come around very often, especially with the number one team in the world,McGee told AFP at the world road race cycling championships Thursday....