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Word: UMP

The word UMP has appeared in at least 410 clues on different crosswords.

UMP definition(s):

  • an official at a baseball game
  • Upper Mantle Project

Clue(s)
"""Infield fly"" caller"
"""Kill the ___!"" (ball park cry)"
"""Out!"" shouter"
"""Out"" crier"
"""Play ball!"" crier"
"""Safe"" cracker?"
"""Stee-rike!"" caller"
"""Steee-rike!"" caller"
'Yer out!' shouter
A fair judge?
A.L. official
A.L. or N.L. official
Arbiter
"Arbiter, for short"
Arbitrator
Authority at home
"Authority at home, briefly"
Authority behind home
"Authority on diamonds, briefly"
Authority on diamonds?
Ball caller
"Ball caller, briefly"
Ballpark arbiter
Ballpark fig.
Ballpark fig.?
Ballpark figure
Ballpark figure?
Ballpark official
"Ballpark official, briefly"
"Ballplayer ejector, at times"
Balls-and-strikes caller
Base decision maker
Base figure
Base man
Baseball VIP
Baseball VIP.
Baseball arbiter
"Baseball arbiter, for short"
Baseball caller
Baseball figure
Baseball figure.
Baseball game honcho
Baseball judge
Baseball official
Baseball ref
Baseball's ref.
Baseline enforcer
"Blind official, in stereotypes"
Brave judge?
Brief arbiter
Call
"Call a strike, say"
Call balls
Call balls and strikes
"Call balls, say"
Call the game
Call the shots
Caller at home
Caller in a mask
Caller of balls and strikes
"Caller of strikes and balls, for short"
Caller with a mask
Catcher's company
Certain mask wearer
Chest protector wearer
Court authority
Cricket official
"Crier of ""Play ball!"""
Crouching judge
Diamond arbiter
"Diamond arbiter, for short"
Diamond authority
"Diamond authority, briefly"
Diamond caller
Diamond chief
Diamond crew member
Diamond decider
Diamond decision maker
Diamond dynast
Diamond expert
Diamond expert?
Diamond fig.
Diamond figure
"Diamond figure, briefly"
"Diamond figure, for short"
Diamond head
Diamond head?
Diamond judge
Diamond judge?
Diamond man
Diamond man.
Diamond off.
Diamond official
Diamond official.
Diamond specialist?
Diamond worker
Diamond worker?
Dispute settler
Doug Harvey is one
"Duster at home, sometimes"
Expert on plays
Fair judge?
Fair-or-foul decider
Fenway Pk. arbiter
Fenway Pk. figure
Field authority
Field judge
Field official
Figure behind the plate
Figure known for calling out?
First person?
Foul caller
Foul-ball caller
Game caller
Game official
Grid official
Guy at first
Guy at the plate
Guy crouching at the park
Guy who cries foul
He called a strike?
"He calls ""out"""
He calls K's
He can call you out
He can make you safe at home
He cleans the plate
He faces the pitcher
He keeps a clean plate
He keeps the count
He makes fair decisions
He makes safe decisions
He may call a strike
He may give a Yank the thumb
He may work at home
He sits in a high chair
He works at home
He works on diamonds
He'll call you out
He'll rule you out
He's at home
He's calling strikes
He's sure to clean his plate
He's there when you run home
His chest is protected at home
Home body?
Home standee
Homer signaler
Judge at home
Judge who works at home?
Lacrosse official
Little League official
"Little League official, briefly"
MLB arbiter
Maker of calls
Man at home
Man behind home plate
Man behind the plate
Man in black?
Man in blue
"Man in blue, often"
Man in blue.
"Man of decision, come spring."
Masked man
"Masked man at home, for short"
Masked man at home?
Masked man: Abbr.
Masked man?
Masked official
"Masked official, for short"
Masked one at home
N.L. arbiter
"Object of invective, often"
Obstruction caller
Official at a base
Official behind a catcher
"Official behind home plate, for short"
Official in a mask
Official in black
Official often seen crouching
"Official with a whisk broom, for short"
Officiate at home plate
"Officiate, briefly"
"Officiate, shortly"
Oft-booed official
One at home in a mask
"One behind home plate, informally"
One calling strikes and balls
One crouching at home
One crying foul
One facing the pitcher
One is at home
One making calls
One making decisions at home?
One making safe decisions
One may shout 'Out!'
One might call you out
One of four in most MLB games
One on the diamond
"One speaking ""out""?"
One stationed at a base
One wearing black at home
One who calls strikes and balls
One who cries foul
One who cries foul?
One who decides what's fair
One who decides what's fair?
One who makes calls at home
One who may be found at home
One who might eject a manager
One who might get yelled at by the manager
One who rules on the thrown?
One who sometimes works at home?
One who spends the whole game making calls and who might be accused of not watching at all
One who wears a mask every fourth game
One who works at home?
One who works from home?
One who works in a mask
"One whose chest is protected, briefly"
One working at home
One works at home
Person at home
Person behind a strike?
Person in a mask
Person who regularly cleans his plate?
Person who works at home
Person with a chest pad
Pitch caller
Plate cleaner
Plate cleaner sometimes
"Plate cleaner, at times"
Plate manager
Plate watcher
Play caller
Polo official
Ref
Ref on the diamond
Ref relative
"Ref's buddy, perhaps"
Ref's cohort
Ref's colleague
Ref's counterpart
Ref's cousin
Ref's diamond counterpart
Ref's relative
Ref.'s cousin
Ref.'s relative.
Referee
Relative of a ref.
Rich Garcia or Steve Palermo
Ruling source
Safe caller
Safety expert?
Shea official
Short ballpark official?
Short sport judge
Shortened baseball official
Shouter of this puzzle's title
Sport figure: Abbr.
"Sport judge, shortly"
Sports arbiter
Sports off.
Sports official
Stadium worker
Stay-at-home worker?
"Stereotypically ""blind"" official"
"Stereotypically blind judge, of a kind"
Stereotypically blind official
Strike and ball caller
Strike caller
Strike caller (abbr.)
Strike caller for short
"Strike caller, for short"
Strike caller.
Strike caller?
Strike zone enforcer
Strike-caller
"Strike-caller, in brief"
Target of a manager's ire
Tennis official
"The only person with the authority to call a strike, for short"
The power behind the thrown?
There's always one at home
There's one at home
Third man?
Third person?
VIP in sports.
"Whisk broom-wielding official, for short"
Who's on first?
Worker at home
Worker behind the plate
Worker often seen crouching
World Series figure^UM
You could be safe with him
Ine with a stay-at-home hob?
Sport authority
Strike caller
Official sometimes said to be blind
Guy who cries foul
Guy who cries foul
Baseball official
Baseball official
One who calls ’em as he sees ’em
Make calls
Ref
Strike caller
Strike caller
Figure behind a catcher
One working at home
Ballpark official, briefly
Ref
Ref's kin
Diamond worker
Baseball offic.
World Series official
World Series official
World Series official
World Series official
World Series official
World Series official
World Series official
World Series official
He may work at home
Tennis official briefly
Strike caller
Caller of 1-Down
Ref's kin
Ref's kin
Ref
Ref
Official with a chest protector
Man calling out many superstars?
Strike caller
Baseball boobird's target, often
One working at a base
Strike caller
Strike caller
Diamond arbiter
Strike caller
One who might err on the safe side?
Strike caller
Call balls and strikes, informally
Strike caller
Strike caller
Strike caller
Official with a whisk broom, for short
Baseball offic.
Maker of calls
Sports offic.
Ref
Game caller
Ref
Game caller
Sports arbiter, for short
Much-maligned official
Person who's critical at first
Ref's kin
Tennis ''out'' caller
Man at home
Watch a lot of plays, say
Bag man?
One who might be second-guessed by instant replays
Stereotypically 'blind' official, for short
Ref
Diamond arbiter
Ref's kin
One of a MLB quartet
Ref
Ballpark official
Baseball arbiter
"Infield fly rule" caller
Strike caller
Foul ball caller
Ref
Fenway judge
One working at home?
Plate duster
Game caller
Ballpark judge
He may call you out
Work-at-home sort
Strike caller
Diamond figure, for short
Ref
"Steee-rike!" caller, for short
Make calls
Call the shots
First, second or third person
Strike caller
Diamond authority
One calling you out
Baseball official, for short
Balls-and-strikes caller, for short
Masked man?
One at home, informally
Referee
Baseball official, for short
Ballpark authority
Balls and strikes caller
Official behind a catcher
Masked worker, perhaps
Strike caller
Baseball off.
Base watcher
Ballpark official
Strike caller
Field judge
Baseball judge, for short
Strike caller
At home worker?
Ref

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