- 1 Cricket The part of the field furthest from the wicket.More example sentences
- No-one takes guard at the wicket and the outfield is as rough as a public park.
- It was a slow wicket with an outfield I wouldn't have played football on, and it was never going to be easy to score runs.
- The wicket and outfield was so batsman friendly that any batsman worth his salt could have turned the match on its head.
- 1.1 Baseball The grassy area beyond the infield.More example sentences
- He is learning to play the corner outfield positions.
- He recently learned to play the outfield corners and is an outstanding pinch hitter.
- All had secured a high-priced placement along stadium billboards and outfield fences.
- 1.2 [treated as singular or plural] The players stationed in the outfield, regarded collectively.More example sentences
- Two-thirds of the starting outfield is new.
- That makes you think back to the days of the star outfields in the National League, when you had Mays, Aaron, Clemente and Frank Robinson.
- The club has one of the fastest outfields in the majors.
- 2The outlying land of a farm.More example sentences
- Infields and outfields are not internally fenced but are separated by a stone wall.
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- As a whole, Toronto's outfielders complement each other well, and should be one of the better outfits in the American League.
- There were some difficult decisions, especially with all the quality outfielders.
- The Yankees and Dodgers made significant changes at the All-Star break, and the Twins and Blue Jays swapped outfielders.
More definitions of outfieldDefinition of outfield in:
- The US English dictionary