v.— «He moved to his right to catch a fly out, but Greg Gagne surprisingly tagged from first base and reached second when Griffey’s threw was too soft and wide. “I don’t like him ‘Cadillacing’ like that,” he said. “It may be an insignificant play but a guy can’t take it for granted that just because they have a five-run lead doesn’t mean they’re not going to be aggressive.”» —“Coming Apart Or Pulling Together?” Seattle Times Aug. 28, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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