wear one
 v. phr.— «They expected someone to “wear one”—baseball parlance for getting plunked—after their pitchers hit seven Dodgers batters in their previous series, but took exemption to the 24-year-old’s timing.» —“Rockies take hit in more than L column” by Troy E. Renck in L.A. Denver Post (Colo.) May 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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