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Baseball Definitions: In-Transithood

Jul 3, 2007

IN-TRANSITHOOD The condition of a major league player who was once a star player (length of time is irrelevant) to retain perceived value far above his quantifiable value for many years after his ability goes super-nova. Very often, said player’s quantifiable worth is replaced by high levels of veteranicity, spunkitude, and youngster mentorocity. It is believed that the easiest way for a player to accumulate in-transithood is for him to perform extremely well during the playoffs, and/or hit over .330 for at least one season.<br/> -m

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