Two-seam-fastball Definition

noun

(baseball) A pitch thrown with a grip in the "horseshoe" orientation of the ball, with the rotation at a slight angle resulting in less Magnus effect as compared to a four-seam fastball since only two of the ball's seams cross the flight path; the pitch is delivered with a similar velocity as a four-seam fastball, but has a degree of sink.

His two-seamer has a heavy sink and keeps the infielders busy.
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Singular:
two-seam-fastball
Plural:
two-seam-fastballs

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