Why Do They Call It a Bullpen?

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There is not a specific origin on where the baseball term bullpen came from. Some say it is called the bullpen because the pitchers looked like bulls waiting to be released from a pen. Others say in the early days of baseball the pitchers would warm up in the same pen as where the bulls were kept.
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