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Slower than expected.
- ‘Colon was expected to mix in off-speed pitches, but he has been trying to get by with average heat.’
- ‘Growth comes from learning an off-speed slider during spring training and having the guts to throw it in June.’
- ‘He used his fastball to set up his off-speed pitches.’
- ‘In two-strike counts, he looks for off-speed pitches away.’
- ‘Some pitchers have found success by throwing him off-speed pitches inside, but they risk disaster if they don't throw it far enough inside.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.