(1) Is the back of the envelope calculation in the ballpark or am I missing something here?(2) In terms of global penetration, they are nowhere near being in the same ballpark as McDonald's, say.(3) Perhaps the term ‘walk-up’ could be stretched as high as seven, eight, or at a maximum 10 storeys, but 25 isn't in the ballpark .(4) Lou Gehrig fell ill at the ballpark after months of masking the disease that would be named for him and kill him off in two years.(5) The Chinese have nothing in the same ballpark as the Indians when it comes to wielding soft power.(6) Somewhere in the middle is the likely ballpark for health spending in our lifetimes.(7) the ballpark figure is $400–500(8) Hibs are coy about the cost, but the ballpark figure for such stadium developments is typically 1million per 1,000 seats.(9) Although the time-scheme of this calendar is subject to frequent revision, a ballpark set of figures is good enough to drive home the point.(10) we can make a pretty good guess that this figure's in the ballpark(11) That is only a ballpark estimate, but it is certainly not an insurmountably large sum.(12) It is not quite that simple, but it will put you in the ballpark .(13) The answer varies depending on underlying assumptions, but a rough ballpark figure is 20 times the area of Minnesota planted as corn.(14) This 40 per cent ballpark figure gives us 10 per cent of GDP or €11 billion which we might spend.(15) The new empirical evidence suggests that the average used by PWC is in the right ballpark , even after the time elapsed since the estimates were made.(16) Not that there was much resemblance; it was just the only other countenance within the same ballpark of hideousness.