Technology / Television (TV) / Dot Pitch
Dot Pitch: The distance of one phosphor dot to the nearest phosphor dot of the same color on the adjacent line.
Pitchfork: (also 'divot repair tool, ballmark repair tool') a small (usually) two-pronged fork-like tool used mainly for repairing the putting surface
Pitchers Best Friend: A double play.
Pitching Niblick: Archaic term for an 8 iron
Pitcher: The fielder designated to pitch the ball to the batter.
Pitching Rotation: The order in which the starting pitchers take turns starting games, usually with three or four days rest between starts.
Pitching Wedge: (also 'wedge, p, pw, w' and more) a lofted short iron (usually next in chronological order after the 9 iron and somewhere between 47° and 52°)
Pitch-Out: A lateral tossed from a quarterback to a running back.
Pitch And Putt: (also 'pitch 'n' putt') a par 3 course with extremely short holes (usually not much longer than 130 yards)
Pitch: The rise and fall of the ship's bow while at sea. (see 'patch!')