backstop

[n] - a fence or screen (as behind home plate in baseball) 2. [v] - act as a backstop, as in baseball
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Backstop

• (n.) In rounders, the player who stands immediately behind the striking base. • (n.) In baseball, a fence, prop. at least 90 feet behind the home base, to stop the balls that pass the catcher; also, the catcher himself. • (n.) In cricket, the longstop; also, the wicket keeper.
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backstop

noun (baseball) a fence or screen (as behind home plate) to prevent the ball from traveling out of the playing field
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Backstop

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Backstop

Back'stop` noun 1. In baseball, a fence, prop. at least 90 feet behind the home base, to stop the balls that pass the catcher; also, the catcher himself. 2. In rounders, the player who stands immediately behind the striking base. 3. In cricket, the longstop; also, the wicket ke...
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Backstop

A goaltender.
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Backstop

Fence or wall behind home plate.
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