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Swingman

A Swingman is a player who can play multiple positions in a sport.

Contents

  • Basketball 1
  • Ice hockey 2
  • Baseball 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Basketball

In Clyde Drexler, Tracy McGrady, and Michael Jordan.

Ice hockey

In ice hockey, a swingman is a player that could play both defenseman and forward.

Baseball

In baseball, a pitcher who can work either as a reliever or starter is sometimes referred to as a swingman;[2] sometimes, if the pitcher is usually a long reliever, he is called a "spot starter".

See also

References

  1. ^ S. Trnini and D. Dizdar, System of the Performance Evaluation Criteria Weighted per Positions in the Basketball Game, 2000
  2. ^ Boston Globe

External links

  • NBA.com – Basketball University


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