- n (baseball) a pitcher who throws with the right hand
- n a person who uses the right hand more skillfully than the left
- Although her dunks fetch the most attention, her game is complete: she dribbles like a point guard and throws no-look passes from the post, and during one workout, the right-hander .
- The Dodger manager figured that by starting right-hander Branca he would draw the Cardinal left-handed hitting power into the lineup; then he would switch, after one batter, to a .
- Tony La Russa in MLB.com
He's tied for first,La Russa said. "There's never been a better pitcher. I don't think anybody pitching today is better. He's right up there with [Blue Jays right-hander Roy] Halladay and the best ones out there. Carp's right there."
- Bob Geren in USA Today
Watching him pitch today, he looks close,Geren said. "I wanted Keith to get some different looks with a lefty and a smaller right-hander, and also big Frank."
- Mark Boucher in Independent Online
Allan first of all was a lot taller and he brought the ball back into the right-hander. Dale is shorter, skiddier and quicker through the air than Allan was. He also swings the ball pretty late,Boucher added.