In baseball, the bullpen (or simply the pen) is the area where relief pitchers ....
can be called upon to assist in all aspect of office operations and programming.
Oct 15, 2009 ... No one really knows where the term bullpen comes from, and no one ... was first
called the bullpen in a Baseball Magazine article published in ...
There are many contradictory theories about the origin of the term "bullpen" in
baseball. The most prevalent theory claims that the term arose because Bull ...
Jan 16, 2001 ... Back in the early years of baseball, Bull Durham tobacco used to sponsor
billboards in the parks. Tobacco chewing, of course, was a major ...
It is called a bull pen because in the early day's they had baseball fields and
farms and the pitcher would warm up in the same pin as a bull. This would get
Link to the column: Where does the baseball term " bullpen" come from? ... My
dad always told me that it was called a bullpen because the ...
The origin of the term "bullpen" has long been debated in baseball. One popular
notion is that the term came from Bull Durham tobacco. At one time most ...
Bullpen definition, a place where relief pitchers warm up during a game. ... [
baseball sense perhaps fr a boys' game called bullpen, attested fr 1857, in which
An old English game called "base," described by George Ewing at Valley Forge,
was apparently not much like baseball. There was no bat and no ball involved.
Nov 7, 2003 ... That's why they call it a bullpen in baseball. The relief pitcher stays in there until
needed, and then the gate opens and he comes onto the ...