The Baseball Injury One day, Bobby went to his baseball game in Miami, Florida. His game was at 7:00 p.m. and he lives 2 hours away from Miami. He had to be there at 4:30 p.m. Bobby left at 2:00 p.m. and arrived there at 4:15 p.m. Bobby went to the locker room and got ready for the game with his teammates. Batting practice started in one hour. Bobby’s team was wearing their throwback jerseys. In the first inning, Bobby got a double. When he was on base, he stole third with one out. The next batter hit the ball to the outfielder, but it was right at him. Bobby tried to score, but the throw was on point and he got out. His mom said, “Good try Bobby.” His coach said’ “Better luck next time, Bobby.” In the fourth inning, Bobby was up again. The first pitch was a fastball inside. It hit Bobby in the leg and …show more content…
The game is in Miami, Florida. I live two hours away from the stadium. I had to be there at 4:30 p.m. I left at 2:30 p.m. and arrived there at 4:15 p.m. I went to the locker room and saw most of my team there. I got ready for the game and we were wearing our throwback uniforms. Batting practice was in an hour. In the first inning, I hit the ball in the gap and got a double. When I got on base, I stole third with one out in the inning. The next batter hit the ball to the outfielder, but it was right at the fielder. I tried to score, but the throw was on point and I got out. My mom told me good job and that made me feel better. My coach told me the it was a good attempt. In the fourth inning, I came back up again. The first pitch was a fastball inside. The pitch hit me in the leg. It felt broken. The pitcher came over and made sure I was okay. My mom called 911 and an ambulance took me to the hospital. My team came in after the game. The doctor came in and took all of us that my leg was broken. The doctor also said that I can’t play for one month. I said that means I can’t play for the rest of the
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It was a inning ending double play. I was starting to feel that we could do this and that we could actually win this game. But we knew it would be difficult without any of our good pitchers being available to pitch. It was the final inning of the game we had our best pitcher on the team out to throw the last inning. We all thought this was going to be an easy win from hear.
Imagine this, five seconds left on the clock in the Nebraska State Championship game. The Sutherland Sailors are down by six points and need a touchdown to win. They luckily have the ball on the opposing teams one-yard line. The sailors quickly break the huddle and run to the line, as time is quickly running off the clock the center snaps the ball to the quarterback. As soon as he touches the ball he puts the ball up on his shoulder indicating that it is a pass.
Crack! The baseball flew off the bat as the runner sprinted towards first base. It was a decent hit to left field, but the batter was happier than normal to get on base. This was because Cameron Miller, a retired MLB baseball star and maybe the best player to ever play for the Baltimore Orioles, was watching the game. This was at Brill Park, Cameron’s Little League park, where he practically lived in his youth.
They started their season really early and only had four practices until there first game and the coach of Jack and Joe ’s team had not announced the starter’s. This meant Jack and Joe both had a chance to start at shortstop so both Jack and Joe had to do good at practice to increase their chance to starting at shortstop. Today Jack and Joe had a batting practice. Jack and Joe both hit really good, Jack even hit a homerun over the
It all began on August 20th, 2010. As my eyes peered out the window, I saw luscious green grass, I heard birds chirping and the blazing hot sun hitting my skin. At that time, I remembered that it was the day that I would go to my first Red Sox game. I ran downstairs and asked my mom “What time are we leaving?” She said to me that the game did not start until 1 pm, so we were going to leave at 11 to pick up Tye and then go to the game.
At the end of the 2013 softball season, Kelsey Bradford found herself facing a possible state champion title along with a possible surgery. It was a night filled with nervous energy, happiness, and pain. “I will never forget the feeling that I had when I stepped up to the plate as the first batter of the game. I was so nervous but so excited at the same time,” Kelsey recalled. “At the first bat of the game, I made an in the park home run.
It was not an impressive hit and the only reason why it was not caught is because the outfielder was in her own world. In my next three at bat 's the pitcher hit me every single time leaving me without a chance to redeem myself. I still got on base but I consider this strike Two. At the end of the game my team decided to go to Steak and Shake.
Star Quarterback Once day a kid named Ryan was walking on the sidewalk and he was looking for something to do. Out of know where a kid thew a ball at him and he didn 't throw it far enough. It landed right in front of him and it bounced up and hit him right square in the face. Ryan dropped to his knees. He woke up in the emergency room, and he felt like a whole new person.
The count was 2-1, I was up to bat. The score was 5 to 4, in the bottom of the 9th inning. The pitcher lifts up one leg and twirls his body, releasing the baseball. I ponder my next move, as I see the ball accelerated towards me. I get in position, swing, and let it rip.
I have to keep my head up when I walk back to the dugout after I strike out or I will lose confidence and feel defeated. I just have to tip my cap to the pitcher and hustle back to the dugout. If the other team wins, I slap them high five and say good game after every game even if we got run ruled and the pitcher struck me out 4 times. I believe in
I was almost sure we were going to win. Then, the game started. The game was going very poorly; my team was not getting fair calls from the umpires and we weren 't hitting very well. And finally, we lost. I felt like everything was collapsing around me.
The two people on base both scored and we tied the game. We won in the tenth inning all because I knew how to hit. One of the most important aspects of hitting is swinging level. When you swing at a ball most of the time you will swing at pitches that are in the strike zone.
Then I ran out to the field and began pitching. It was the change of an inning. I went into the dugout, got my drink of my water and rested my arm for the next inning of pitching. First batter was up for our team, he got a hit. The second batter, strikes out.
I was catching when there was a runner on first in the first inning, and as the pitcher threw the next pitch to the batter the runner on first took off for second and I gunned him out at second to get the first out of the inning. The group of fans we had were pumped. As the same batter steps back into the plate he says, “Dang kid nice cannon. " I replied “I appreciate it homie."
We ran to the dug out the score was ten to two it was Jared 's turn to bat so he got up to bat and tapped the plate indicating that he was ready for the pitch strike one strike two ball one strike three as jeret finished his swing. it was Jack 's at bat he got hit in the leg now it was my turn to hit strike one strike two ball ball two ball three the pitch was write down the middle I swung as hard as I could but I didn 't feel contact I looked back and the catcher the ball was in his glove I thought in my head no I should of waited on it nothing really happened after that I realised that I was sitting the bench nobody scored three batters came up three batters got out I waited to bat again finally it was my turn to bat I was so ready I stepped up to the plate there was sweat on my face and I didn 't know what to do if I should swing I have to the ball came write down the middle bang