- (in baseball) 1.1 (area) jardín (m) izquierdo to be (out) in left field (AmE) [person] estar* or vivir en las nubes to come from o out of left field no venir* a cuento his sudden rage came out of left field de repente se enfureció sin venir a cuentoMore example sentences1.2 (position) to play left field jugar* de jardinero izquierdo
- For a long time, Womack has had a tendency to hit fly balls to left field for easy outs.
- Bryce had hit a fly ball to left field and Benji was running home and Bryce running to second.
- In the top of the third inning with two outs, the Padres' Gene Richards lofted a fly ball to left field.
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