That fadeaway of his was zipping along six inches under their bats.
This time Jim resorted to a fadeaway that Garrity swung at with all his might.
He shut his teeth, and, trying to keep away from his face the shadow of pain, threw his fadeaway to Rad again.
Then Joe tried a fadeaway, and Rose fell for it, swinging himself halfway round with the force of his blow.
If I were to give it a name at all, I’d call it a ‘fadeaway.
"Anyway, William, you might tell us whether you are going to use a straight ball or a curve and the fadeaway," pleaded Stanley.
Joe calmed himself by an effort, and then sent in his fadeaway.
With the next batter Bert made unsparing use of his fadeaway, and struck him out with little trouble.
Carson had been practicing on what he called a fadeaway ball, and now he thought this would be just the right thing to offer Sam.
Hughson, cool as an iceberg, brought his fadeaway into play and whiffed the next man up.
A pitch that moves away from the batter so that he would have to reach out for it
[1908+ Baseball; identified esp with the pitcher Christy Mathewson]