(1) After the game, the kids were lined up along the rail from the dugout to shallow right field, with their scorecards and baseballs in hand, hoping for an autograph.(2) If you get away from potential targets and into a slit trench or dugout , any good insurance company would issue you a policy on the spot.(3) I had to walk on the field of play to get back to the dugout , for fear of being hit.(4) Thousands of New Englanders had made the trip to Toronto, many of them arriving early and lining up four deep from behind the first base dugout to the right field foul pole.(5) The local people coexist nonchalantly with their sea cows and can't quite understand the fuss visitors make about them, but are happy to paddle you out in a dugout to see them.(6) This fall, he was in the dugout as first-year manager of a team playing in its first World Series.(7) I walked back to the dugout and confronted my coach.(8) First-time managers are best served in the dugout by former major league skippers or veteran coaches.(9) I accompanied Dad and the team on the plane, on the team bus rides, in the press box at each game, and even an occasion in the dugout and on the field during batting practice.(10) The equivalent would be driving an outfielder from the dugout to center field, then leaving him there to do the real work on his own.(11) Sometimes, he looks over at his dugout and sees his teammates looking at him, and he all but dares them to hurry him.(12) Since both teams were in the dugout , which was below field grade, there was little to be done but fight one's way out.(13) He takes his infield and outfield gloves into the dugout for each game.(14) He reached in the bat rack there in the third base dugout, which was our dugout, the visiting team dugout .(15) The missing knowledge, they believe, is in the locker room, the dugout , the team bus, the psychology of the players and the relations among them.(16) A bunch of Afghan soldiers emerged from a dugout to look at us with some curiosity.