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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to pitch:   (391 results)

Often used in the same context:
fastball, curveball, mound, changeup, batter, outfield, ball, bat, inning, rightfield, dugout, groundball, bunt, infield, field, ballgame, slider, knuckleball, grounders, dribbler, knuckler, bullpens, game, sinker, pinch hitter, bloop, centerfield, forkball, fielders, groundouts, umpires, tee, leftfield, homer, ump, touchlines, outs, wild pitch, seamer, strikeout, plate, earflap, hitters, lefty, brushback, homerun, leadoff, rosin bag, pitchers, right hander, pickoff, ballpark, fungo, sacrifice bunt, ground, turf, groundout, sideline, skiddy, batting cage, play, bleachers, beanball, windup, runless, match, blooper, loosener, sightscreen, benbow, groundsman, sacrifice fly, putt, scoreboard, baserunner, baseballs, pitchout, bounce, trachsel, hander, queering, squib, stadium, righty, lofting, kick, designated hitter, popup, dinger, widish, misfield, granderson, reliever, straightaway, gluepot, catchable, fly, run, putout, mitt, little leaguer, hickup, pitches, altitude, frequency, length, price, i.e., height, rale, speed, score, size, q., temperature, value, depth, number, t., weights, ap, count, fill, involute, beat, chord, corresponding, deg, horizontal, lead, screw, altitudinal, azimuth, bathymetric, cooling, db, glide, helical, latitudinal, mapped, mean, melodic

More specific:
balk, ball, beanball, beaner, bender, breaking ball, bullet, careen, change-of-pace, change-of-pace ball, change-up, climb, coal tar, concert pitch, curve, curve ball, dip, duster, fall, fastball, heater, high frequency, high pitch, hummer, international pitch, key, knuckleball, knuckler, low frequency, low pitch, off-speed pitch, philharmonic pitch, rock, sinker, smoke, strike, submarine ball, submarine pitch, sway, throw back, tilt, tone, toss back, wild pitch

Appears in the definition of:
., absolute pitch, accent, alto, attuned, away, ball, bass drum, bivouac, bullet, campground, camping area, camping ground, camping site, campsite, clef, concert pitch, contour language, cor anglais, deepness, drop, duster, emphasis, encampment, english horn, false, fastball, fever pitch, finger hole, first, fixed intonation, flat, flatten, follow, fret, goal line, gran casa, heater, high, high-pitched, high frequency, high pitch, hummer, inflect, inflected, inflection, inspissate, international pitch, interval, intonate, intonation, intone, in unison, key, knuckleball, knuckler, lag, low, low-pitched, low frequency, low pitch, modulate, modulated, modulation, monotone, monotonic, monotonous, monotony, musical interval, musical note, musical scale, note, off-key, on-key, outside, over, overhand, passed ball, peg, perfect pitch, philharmonic pitch, pinus serotina, pitch-black, pitch-dark, pitched, pitchy, pitch accent, pitch contour, pitch pipe, place, pond pine, prosodic, resinous, resiny, scale, screwball, second, secondary sex character, secondary sex characteristic, severe, sharp, sharpen, sidearm, sinker, smoke, soprano, sour, spitball, spitter, squeeze play, steal, stopping, stress, strike, submarine ball, submarine pitch, tarry, temper, tenor, tie, tin ear, tonal, tone, tone deafness, tonic, tonic accent, transposition, treble, true, tune, tuned, underhand, undulate, unison, valve, vibrato, voice, voicing, whiff, wild pitch

Part of:
ball game, baseball, baseball game

More general:
accommodate, adapt, all fours, angle, approach, approach shot, bitumen, come down, deal, descend, erect, fall, fling, go down, gradient, high-low-jack, lay, lean, motion, move, movement, place, pose, position, promotion, promotional material, publicity, put, rear, sell, set, slope, sound property, throw, tilt, tip, trade

Synonyms:
auction pitch, cant, cant over, delivery, flip, gear, hawk, huckster, incline, lurch, monger, peddle, pitch shot, pitching, rake, sales pitch, sales talk, set up, shift, sky, slope, tar, tilt, toss, vend

Also try:
— Nouns for pitch: dark, pine, black, angle, darkness, propeller, pipe, outside, fork, accent, more...

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