n.— «While there are many like Anders who see sports as a way to teach the big picture, there’s also many who get caught up in playing a game some refer to as “Daddyball.” That’s when the coach puts his or her child at the prime position—quarterback, pitcher, point guard—even though he or she isn’t the best player.» —“Dodging Daddyball” by Nick C. Sortal Sun-Sentinel (Florida) Mar. 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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