noun Baseball. Informal.

Origin of two-bagger

1870–75, Americanism; two bag(s) + -er1 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Examples from the Web for two-bagger

Historical Examples of two-bagger

  • Joe had struck out one man, and then he was found for a two-bagger.

    Baseball Joe at Yale

    Lester Chadwick

  • Then the Woodhull tied the score on two bases on balls, and his own two-bagger.

    The Eternal Boy

    Owen Johnson

  • A two-bagger would clear the bases and put Boston in the lead.

  • Then came a two-bagger, followed by a single that brought in a run.

    Mystery Wings

    Roy J. Snell

  • And the batsman, who had started to make his two-bagger, went back to first.

    Andy at Yale

    Roy Eliot Stokes