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    Shut up and pitch?

    Another day at work.

    A man with a haggy grey letter t-shirt on came in. The shirt had 'Shut up and pitch!' on it.

    What does it mean?

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    Re: Shut up and pitch?

    I think this may refer to American baseball. In a baseball game, nothing can occur until the pitcher has thrown (pitched) the ball. To me it means, "Stop talking and do something," or "It's time for action, not words."

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