What is another word for right field?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈa͡ɪt fˈiːld] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the term "right field" in baseball such as "right wing," "RF," and "outer right." The position of right fielder is located in the farthest corner of the outfield on the right side of the diamond. The right fielder is responsible for guarding the area beyond second base and catching any fly balls hit in their direction. They also assist with cut-off throws to home plate to prevent runners from scoring. Although the position is often known as right field, these alternative terms are commonly used by players, coaches, and fans.

Synonyms for Right field:

What are the hypernyms for Right field?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    fielder, grassland, outfield, outfielder, pasture, athletic position, athletic post, baseball position, field (sports), playing position, sporting outfield, sporting position.

What are the hyponyms for Right field?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the holonyms for Right field?

Holonyms are words that denote a whole whose part is denoted by another word.

Famous quotes with Right field

  • Standing still as a statue in the October shadows, he looked, grotesquely, more like a patriot than anything usually seen on a baseball field. A trick of light perhaps. Yet what famous athlete last died for a cause bigger than himself? Clemente could sometimes seem like a pest, a nagging narcissist, with only his burningly serious play to deny it. Yet when that plane crashed carrying relief supplies to Nicaragua we saw what he had meant all along. It was like the old Clemente crashing into the right field wall in a losing game: the act of a totally serious man. By chance I met Clemente once, in the humble role of autograph-seeker. He was doing wind sprints down at the Pirate training camp in Bradenton, Florida. And although I claimed I was getting an autograph for my son (true, for a change), he looked at me with a hidalgo’s contempt – at a grown man simpering over a blunt pencil; he turned his back abruptly and did another wind sprint, then slashed his name onto my scorecard and sauntered away. To hell with you, Clemente, I thought. But on the way out, I saw him funning with three old ladies from Allentown, Pennsylvania, and I have never seen sweeter courtesy.
    Wilfrid Sheed

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