A professional criminal operator who habitually seeks the least dangerous assignments, especially that of the outside man in order to have the best chance to escape; a chauffeur who in the event of danger would drive away and desert his accomplices, an inexcusable underworld offense.

- american underworld dictionary - 1950

One of three members of a baseball team that play in the outfield. Either in left, right, or center field, outfielders are preferrably good home run hitters, as is the case with Ken Griffey Jr., centerfielder for the Cincinnati Reds.

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