Right in his wheelhouse
Posted by ESC on July 06, 2004
In Reply to: Right in his wheelhouse??? posted by Vidhya on July 06, 2004
: What does that and "yank your chain" mean?
From a previous discussion:
TAKE IT INTO THE WHEELHOUSE - ".we're going to take it into this administration's supposed wheelhouse." From "Had Enough: A Handbook for Fighting Back" by James Carville with Jeff Nussbaum (Simon & Schuster, New York, 2003) Page 30.
: "Right in his wheelhouse" is a common expression in U.S. baseball, though I don't know how old it is, or if it originated as a sports expression.
: In baseball, it refers to the location of a pitch that makes it easy to hit for a particular batter.
Wheelhouse -- A hitter's power zone. Usually a pitch waist-high and over the heart of the plate.
- Right in his wheelhouse Ward 06/July/04
- Jerking or yanking someone's chain ESC 06/July/04