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Bugs Bunny changeup

Bugs Bunny changeup
 n.— «Catcher Jeff Reed calls the superb changeup by Philadelphia’s Mark Portugal a “Bugs Bunny changeup.” Why? “Because it just stops right there,” Reed said.» —“Schilling might have looked nice in purple” by John Henderson Denver Post (Colo.) May 5, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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