Nintendo pitch
 n.— «Fiore relieved some of the Dome’s congestion by surrendering a three-run homer to Wells in the seventh. It came off Fiore’s palm ball. “That’s like a Nintendo pitch,” Wells said. “He lets it go, and it just stops.”» —“Full house sees team miles off its game” by Patrick Reusse Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Apr. 5, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)