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second base

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsecond baseˌsecond ˈbase noun [uncountable]  DSOthe second of the four places you have to run to in games such as baseball in order to get a point
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second baseOne is perfect for the first-time buyer or those seeking a second base, and the other is an ideal family home.He also dropped a routine popup behind second base.Frank slid into second base, wound up with blurred vision and missed the rest of the year.On a slide into second base, a player landed on his leg and it broke in another spot.Spring focus: Clayton takes over at short, which means Jose Valentin will move to center field or second base.Roberts originally was in the starting lineup, hitting second and playing second base.But my attitude is the same as when I changed positions from catcher to second base.By the end of Game 2, if you can believe this, more fans than Yankees had touched second base.
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