Posted by Andy Sporner on February 17, 2003
In Reply to: Chin music? posted by JB on February 15, 2003
: I've heard this said by announcers in American baseball when a pitch is thrown very close to the batter to 'brush' him back from crowding homeplate. Does anyone know the origin of this phrase? I understand the idea of throwing the ball in the vicinity of the chin, but why 'music'?
From the Major League Baseball termology:
A pitch that is high and inside.
- Chin music? masakim 02/17/03