Walkout

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Walkout

The act in which all the employees of a company leave the workplace and refuse to work any longer that day. A walkout is a type of protest for better wages, benefits or other demands. It may be sustained (and therefore part of a strike) or it may be a one-off event.
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The Red Sox slugger's biggest walkoffs have come in the ALCS, but his World Series performances are nearly as legendary.
Tadaatsu Nakazawa hit a walkoff double in the ninth inning as Softbank edged Seibu for its fourth ''sayonara'' win of the season.
HARRISBURG -- The Marion Junior High School baseball team suffered its second loss of the season Thursday as Harrisburg scored twice in the bottom of the seventh for an 8-7 walkoff win over the Wildcats.
Ted Williams and Stan Musial are two of three players to club a walkoff home run in the All-Star Game.
- Hallie Wilson hit a walkoff grand slam and Arizona rolled past Oregon State 9-0 in five innings during a Pac-12 softball game on Saturday at Hillenbrand Stadium.
NISHINOMIYA, Japan - Shortstop Hiroyuki Hayashi hit a walkoff solo homer Sunday as Ube Shogyo of Yamaguchi Prefecture beat Kanagawa's Nichidai Fujisawa 4-3 in the first round of the national high school invitational tournament.
Pinch-hitter Atsushi Kataoka hit a two-run walkoff homer with two outs in the ninth for Hanshin in Takamatsu.
In the bottom half, Shepard and Romeo Cortina both drew one-out walks and Luke Bonfield came up and drilled a shot down the first-base line that plated the tying and winning runs for a walkoff victory.
Jimmy Rollins began the season with a slam, Neil Walker with a walkoff homer and the Washington Nationals with a thrilling ninth-inning comeback.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Cali Lanphear's walkoff double in the seventh inning gave Texas A&M a 5-4 softball victory over Oregon State, the host team's second in as many days at the Aggie Classic on Saturday.