high and tight meaning

  "high and tight" in a sentence
  • [Sports]
    Refers to a pitch that is up in the strike zone and inside on a hitter.
    Also called as 'up and in'


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  1. I'd pitch Duke Snider high and tight ."
  2. Bonds treats all of it like a fastball, high and tight.
  3. I'll pitch him high and tight, low and away.
  4. Football is meant to be played high and tight,
  5. And maybe just a little high and tight.

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