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 adj.— «First baseman John Wathan charged in to take control and flipped to the now-recovered Royals right-hander, but Griffin had already made his successful lunge for the base. “Headsy play,” said Stieb, the ace right-hander and winner of his fifth straight game without a loss thanks to Griffin’s unexpected move.» —“Sports News” in Toronto AP May 5, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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