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  1. minor-leagueadjective

    Of mediocre talent or poor accomplishment; unimportant; -- of people; as, a minor-league physicist.


  1. minor-leagueadjective

    Of or pertaining to a minor league

  2. minor-leagueadjective

    Of relatively minor importance

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of minor-league in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of minor-league in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of minor-league in a Sentence

  1. Lynn Dorler:

    I want to believe that minor league baseball will come back to Charlotte County, i do n’t know businesswise whether Charlotte County makes sense for Major League Baseball.

  2. Bernie Sanders:

    The ballplayers from the team made it into the majors. They ended up winning three Eastern League titles. What was most important to me as the mayor of the city at that time is seeing what Minor League Baseball did for our community. It was a beautiful, beautiful thing.

  3. Sylvain Lefebvre:

    Everyone in our organization — that is, staff, coaches and players — are vaccinated, including minor-league staff, coaches, except one player.

  4. Bernie Sanders:

    I am delighted that in Congress we actually have done something in a bipartisan way. Doesnt happen very often nowadays. But, on this issue, youve got Democrats and youve got Republicans from all over this country saying to Major League Baseball, do not take away minor league baseball from 42 communities all over this country. Aint going to happen, if it does happen, youre going to have to deal with a number of us in Congress who will respond accordingly.

  5. Brian Kilmeade:

    If something is 90 percent successful its going to be a failure. If the 10 percent causes some sort of outbreak among the participants and also if theres a public perception that somehow sports is getting preferential treatment when other people within society need it as much or more thats a public relations nightmare. I think that baseball faces a different circumstance because even playing half-a-season involves so many more games. What basketball and hockey are looking at, if theyre able, is some kind of playoff thing that starts right away. Just start the playoffs based on where the regular season left off and get it over with. Major League Baseball, to have any kind of valid season leading into the playoffs, have to play 80 games or so. JIM GRAY SAYS HES BUYING STOCK IN BRADY-GRONK BUCS, MLB NEUTRAL SITE PLAN NOT REALISTIC AT ALL Costas said that for baseball to have that type of season, its going to involve a lot more than just quarantining 750 players, their families, managers and more. A plan would have to include the people whodont get the backpage headlines. Not only would you have to quarantine them and the umpires and other officials, but what about the guy who picks up the towels in the locker room ? What about the guy who drives the bus or turns on the lights at the stadium even without fans ? Theres a lot of pitfalls here. People are going to get hurt and go on the injured list. What about Triple-A ? Theyre not playing minor league baseball. Whatre you gon na do ? You gon na quarantine 10 or 12 guys per team just in case somebody is hurt ? Theres a lot of things that can fall through the cracks here even with the best intentions and the best practices, he said. Costas also pondered how fans would be able to return to the ballparks and what social-distancing measures would be taken to keep fans from doing normal things. RED SOX CEO BELIEVES ALEX CORA WILL MANAGE AGAIN EVEN AFTER CHEATING-SCANDAL SUSPENSION [ A ] 90 or 95 percent is a good grade on most tests, it wouldnt be the right grade on this test, and think about it. Lets say you have 10,000 fans at the game and theyre socially distancing the seats, how are you gon na get them through the turnstiles in a socially distanced way and still start the game on time ?

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