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 n.— «I know that a lot of players call RBIs “ribeyes”—which evolved from “ribbies”—and now they just call them steaks. It takes too long to explain when you’re on the air.» —“A ‘steak’ through baseball’s heart” by Mark Newman MLB.com May 27, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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