VORG Crossword Puzzle #3

We roll along on the crossword puzzle jag.

Here is the solution to puzzle #2:

4SEASONSPUZZLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is puzzle #3.  Solve it online, or print out a PDF.

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Across

1. This journeyman went 10-0 for Yankees in ’05
6. Ukraine city
12. Field unit
16. Jermaine Dye fractured this fouling off a pitch in 2001
17. Glossy fabric
18. Aforementioned
19. “Nervous about your first Spring Training?” response?
22. Hardly haute cuisine
23. Desmond or Kennedy
24. Galileo’s birthplace
25. Mark denoting a pitch on baseball scorecards
26. Noted Warhol subject
27. Building wing
28. Truck scale unit
29. The swipe of a base
31. Robber’s target
34. 1959 Dodger All-Star Charlie ____
35. “Go on …”
36. Best
38. Turn into pulp
41. Standing on first, second or third?
44. Former catcher Boone
45. “Moneyball” manager Howe
47. Duran Duran album (1982)
48. “You look buff” response?
52. Wrigley Field feature
53. Skater Babilonia
54. Frequent food allergy nowadays
55. October night game fans’ wear
56. Heavy reading
58. Lonn ____, Yankees Chief Operating Officer
60. 2006 HOF inductee ____ White, early pioneer of black baseball
61. “The War of the Worlds” base
63. Appearing similar to someone or something
68. Reds pitcher whose injury doomed the team’s 2012 Division Series
70. Drone, e.g.
71. Colo. neighbor
72. Modern: Ger.
73. His “4” was retired
74. A Swiss army knife has lots of them
76. Kobe Bryant’s team, on scoreboards
77. Baker’s dozen?
78. “You like your club this year?” response?
82. _____ Bedard, oft-injured pitcher
83. Intl. cultural org.
84. Chris ___, Phillies catcher who made big league debut at age 33
85. 1978 AL Most Valuable Player
86. Winner of 65 games for Red Sox from 2008-11
87. Chipped in

Down

1. Bad mark
2. Kevin ____, originator of phrase “Cowboy up!” for Red Sox
3. Flowering
4. Speech problem
5. “Well, ___-di-dah!”
6. Warren Commission subject
7. Tony Orlando and ______
8. Biblical verb ending
9. New York City’s South Street _____
10. Arrive, as darkness
11. Tropical cuckoos
12. Simile center
13. Pirates John ___, led Majors with 2.37 ERA in 1978
14. Free from
15. Pirate catcher who broke collarbone of Mets’ Felix Millan during brawl in 1977
20. Lubricated
21. Blanchett of “Elizabeth”
27. Polar explorer Shackleton
28. Reds catcher Ed ____, hit career- best .311 with 21 homers in 1999
30. Prosciutto
32. Hops kiln
33. Hen’s place
34. ___ Charlton, one of the Reds’ “Nasty Boys” in the 1990s
37. Off one’s trolley
39. Refine, as flour
40. L.J. ____, Orioles rookie in 2012
41. Not much
42. Non-alcoholic malt beverage brewed by Anheuser-Busch during Prohibition
43. Different, especially in arrangement of space, on either side of a center line
44. Doug ____, Reds closer in 1978
46. First player elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
49. Porkpie, bowlers, etc.
50. 27 ___ per team per game most days
51. Hang loose
57. “Dig in!”
59. ____ Destrade, former ESPN “Baseball Tonight” analyst
60. Refine, as metal
62. Beat badly
64. Bewitch
65. Swallow
66. Cancel
67. Blew, as the wind
68. Show fear
69. Wombs
70. Geoffrey ___, fashion designer
75. Synagogue
76. Shoestring
77. Black, in poetry
79. Barely get, with “out”
80. “C’___ la vie!”
81. Mozart’s “L’___ del Cairo”

 

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