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bolear

Translation of bolear in English:

verbo intransitivo

Example sentences
  • En la siguente acción el chileno Humberto Suazo pierde una oportunidad cuando quiere impactar el balón de bolea, pero no pudo.
  • El siguiente paso de Caribes fue bolear intencionalmente a dos bateadores para lanzarle a Pérez, quien disparó el batazo decisivo.
  • Lynn entró extrañamente solo para bolear intencionalmente a Kinsler, algo que pudo hacer Rzepczynski, sin perder un brazo.

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