To make a pitchout (1910+ Baseball)
They've scotched me this once, my son—an old she-leopard, black as pitch out of an Ollacondy.
Poor Dolly, listening to this, wondered whether the pitch out of the gig at Bridgenorth had fatally injured him.
Oh, easily enough; something or anything—a bubble'll do, or we can pitch out a bit of wood.
And then: "pitch out and tell me: what is this piratical scheme that you are afraid you may not have the nerve to carry through?"
This old river barge would roll and pitch out of sight at times, and we were all wet from head to foot.