whole new ballgame, a









whole new ballgame, a


A completely altered situation, as in It will take a year to reassign the staff, and by then some will have quit and we’ll have a whole new ballgame. This expression comes from baseball, where it signifies a complete turn of events, as when the team that was ahead falls behind. [Colloquial; 1960s]

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