n.— «PFP stands for Pitchers Fielding Practice, and it’s a day when pitchers go through every imaginable situation taking ground balls, but also get to take batting practice as well. This happens twice a week, and it’s more a matter of keeping them sharp than anything else. Some pitchers refer to it as “eyewash” or “E-dub.”» —“Chris Kline Diary: Day Three” by Chris Kline in Nashville, Tenn. Baseball America ESPN Aug. 4, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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