- a ball pitched so that it curves away from the batter.
- the course of such a ball.
- an outward curve.
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Examples from the Web for outcurve
To make him hit into a double play, Jim made the next an outcurve.Baseball Joe, Captain of the Team
His outcurve had a tremendous break, and Mylert had all he could do to get it.
High or low, incurve or outcurve, they were all the same to him.
Coulter had warned Peck against giving Merriwell an outcurve.
The very next ball was an outcurve, but it was beyond Gibson's reach and he calmly let it pass.