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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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Left-hander Tim Collins was called up to join the bullpen.
The Brewers also lost their closer for the season, while the Nationals' bullpen has a historically bad ERA to start the year.
BullPen 13 will be held at Stevens Institute of Technology on April 24.
It was more common in the early years of the bullpen. In the 1920s and '30s, Hall of Fame starters Waite Hoyt, Dizzy Dean, Carl Hubbell, and Lefty Grove each led the league in saves once though no one knew it until the metric was invented decades later.
Colorado pulled ahead in the bottom of the inning when second baseman DJ LeMahieu cranked a 93-mph fastball into the Rockies bullpen.
'To cater to such businesses, we came up with The Bullpen,' he stated.
That's what happens when a bullpen sabbatical turns into the perfect fit, when a failed starter morphs into Baseball Digest's 2016 Closer of the Year.
Harber said he took Monday and Tuesday off from pitching before throwing Wednesday and he will pitch in the bullpen today.
In the meantime, there are two bullpen spots to fill and an unexpected candidate has emerged.
In 10 games apiece this postseason, the Texas and St Louis bullpens have covered a staggering 42 and one third innings each, four more than the San Francisco Giants' bullpen pitched in all three rounds of the 2010 postseason combined, with the Rangers allowing 11 earned runs, and the Cardinals 12.
"The bullpen is a nonpartisan, issue-specific media watchdog" Allen said.
The next step is developing it through our bullpen sessions.