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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Theyre just executing pitches, and theyre ready when called upon, and theyre competing," Roberts said after his bullpen threw four hitless innings in Los Angeles 4-1 victory in Game 2 Sunday night.
It is important to keep count of their pitches in the bullpen and to assess their effort level, even if they are not scheduled to throw that day.
That usually means from the sixth inning on, the game is in the hands of the bullpen.
He went back to the bullpen and didn't start again until Sunday's season finale at San Francisco, where he went five adequate innings and got no decision.
The day after that, Sele became the odd man out of the crowded rotation and dutifully accepted being dispatched to the bullpen, where he brought a more professional, level-headed presence to the unglamorous role of long reliever.
Unlike the last two bullpen implosions, this one didn't end in a loss.
The White Sox's bullpen pitched just two-thirds of an inning in the entire five-game ALCS.
The White Sox bullpen pitched just two-thirds of an inning in the entire five-game ALCS.
It seems that earlier this month when Romero called the Angels bullpen the best he has ever been a part of, some Twins took it as a slight.
Dodgers manager Grady Little said Saturday that right-hander Takashi Saito, technically a rookie but a veteran of 14 seasons with the Yokohama Baystars of Japan's Central League, is emerging as a strong candidate to fill the still-vacant setup role in the club's bullpen.
It's the bullpen, which only began to right itself Saturday when Saito and Baez preserved Odalis Perez' 3-1 victory against the Giants.