Bullpen


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Bullpen

Informal; a term for the center of a brokerage office where younger brokers keep their desks and do their work. This contrasts with the offices reserved for senior brokers.
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This is why we believe Bullpen is such a critical piece of the venture ecosystem for both founders and seed stage investors.
The Dodgers' bullpen is the shakiest of all the teams in the National League playoffs.
But he hasn't complained once, a perfect example of a bullpen that has been revamped not only in terms of personnel but also in terms of collective attitude and, most importantly, results.
So does the bullpen, the rotation and just about every other facet of this fast-fading club.
80 in three games out of the bullpen for Triple-A Salt Lake.
Though Saito and interim closer Danys Baez have been airtight, the rest of the bullpen has been horrid.
In a bullpen that was 0-5 going into the weekend, somebody has to step up, besides Baez.
He normally would have thrown a bullpen session Sunday or today.
Loe, 24, will be making his sixth start of the season tonight since being called up in May and initially getting heavy work out of the bullpen.
He's the guy in the bullpen who might get the call down the pennant stretch when AL opponents send to the plate their power-hitting left-handers - Ortiz, Oakland's Eric Chavez, Texas' Hank Blalock and Seattle's Raul Ibanez.
LANCASTER - What for most of the season was an overcrowded JetHawks bullpen suddenly is thin.
ANAHEIM - Gesturing toward the Angels Stadium bullpen, source of the Angels' worst problems, a press-box regular with New York roots remarked on how a bad outing by Frankie Rodriguez this week inspired nothing worse than a ballpark full of boos.