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  • n. Alternative spelling of press box.


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  • The Yankee Stadium pressbox is too tiny to seat the playoff media horde, so Baseball Weekly was sitting out there with the fans right along with - D'backs have lead; Yanks have advantage

  • About a half-hour after the game, the umpires called the pressbox and said it was actually a balk.

    KPIX: Top Stories Videos

  • One of them is on the floor behind the basket, two are situated in the lower bowl area above the tunnels, and the main pressbox which is at the top of the arena.

    SLAM Online

  • Besides being dumb-struck by the weather, I was amazed by the great plays that took place on the emerald diamond far below the pressbox.

    Tim Wendel: California Dreaming: The Old Days at Candlestick Park

  • What knucklehead, who's never stepped foot on the football field, never stepped foot in the pressbox, never stepped foot on the sidelines of a practice even, what knucklehead would make such a critique of DeAngelo Hall?

    Larry Michael defends DeAngelo Hall

  • Notes: Hollweg's return to the lineup sent Matt Stajan to the pressbox, ending the center's streak of 178 straight games played. ...

  • 'Tis “mini” indeed, but the view is spectacular — looming high over the fifty-yard line in a pressbox-ette.

    At Invesco Now...

  • Red's perch in the pressbox was "the catbird seat."

    Bob Edwards: The Ole Redhead

  • Naturally, the next pressbox didn't have lights, either, but my little Borg light worked perfectly.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • The pressbox folk locked me in and left; I finished, sent my story via email, locked the pressbox, walked to my car and drove home.

    Archive 2007-05-01


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