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    In Friday 11 November I went to the volleyball game of Florida Gulf Coast vs Kennesaw State and it was super fun, it made me feel super excited about my university because I was there supporting the team. The game began and firts I saw Florida Gulf Coast that jumped on the Owls early in the first set and used that early advantage to gain a 1-0 lead in the match; at this moment I felt tension both in the team and on the part of the coach and I can not deny that for a moment I thought the game was

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    history. If you are a softball player, you may need to know the positions, history and the object, or point, of softball. The most important part of softball is it’s 9 field positions and knowing where and how to play them. The positions that are in the field is catcher, pitcher, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd base, shortstop, center field, left field, and right field. On the offensive side is the batter/runner. The 3 key, or most important, positions are pitcher, shortstop, and catcher. Pitcher has the main job

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    Baseball vs. Cricket Many people around here aren't very familiar with the game of cricket, but know enough of the basics to believe that it can be closely related to baseball, even though people were playing cricket long before baseball was even invented. Even though there are not factual evidence of where or when this game originated, there is some evidence of cricket being played dating all the way back to the 1500’s (A Brief History of Cricket.), rather than in baseball the first official game

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    Have you ever heard of the sports soccer and baseball? These sports are played all over the world. Soccer is also called football and baseball is called America's pastime. Soccer and baseball have very different objectives, players, and equipment. The object of soccer is to score more goals than the opponent in the allotted time of play. A goal is scored when the entire soccer ball crosses the goal line. Each soccer team is allowed to have eleven players on the field at a time. There are

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    Our First, Last and Only win of the season I am a 14 year old boy named Dustin. This is going to be about My most recent baseball season and all the events that happened during that time. Let’s get started. There was no talk at the lunch table that didn’t have to do with baseball ever since the placement meeting that all of the White bear 14-15 year old single a baseball players went to. It was for the coaches to get an Idea of how good you are to try to split the teams up evenly. Me, Josh, Carter

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    Pitching is not a very hard concept to master,in fact the pitcher is one of the most non athletic person in college and including the MLB. After people play baseball for a while, many might want to become a pitcher, but first everybody has to learn the mechanics of pitching to become a pitcher. Pitching can be affected by a number of different factors. These factors include the stride of the pitcher, the strength of their arm and shoulder and how a pitcher stretches before a game. Pitching to many

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    Bam, the runner hit the ball. She dropped the bat and ran to first base. Safe, she kept on running to second. As I watched her run I realize she wasn’t stopping at second, or third. Rounding third base, she sprinted to home plate. But just as she had rounded the base, the ball came sailing in to me. I caught the ball and stood my ground in front of home plate, blocking her path. She charged forward, and slid through the dirt, trying to avoid the tag, but I still got her. “Out!” the umpire yelled

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    finding out then were going to let at thirteen year old freshman pitch to their nineteen year old senior batters? They laughed at me until they stepped in the batters box. The year passed and our senior pitcher graduated bumping me into the starting position. This is where we knew we would start a legacy. Yet again we were the powerhouse of the western slope.Our success was spreading quickly and more and more players and coaches wanted to join! My junior year was our strongest

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    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

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    On our way to Regionals everyone on the bus was pumped up. We couldn’t wait to arrive at Troy. I can remember as soon as we left the school I got that tight feeling in my stomach that I was like, oh my gosh I can not wait. On our way Alexis Moon and I sat in a seat together and just discussed how excited we were. We pulled up at the park playing the song “Panda” on the bus with our speaker, we were all just overwhelmed. My thoughts as I was walking on the field were, let's see how good I can be

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    Most people will agree that pitching is the key to success for a baseball team because pitchers control the tempo of the game "Pitching as the old cliché goes, is somewhere between 75 and 90% of baseball." If the pitcher is not in sync, the rest of the team will be off beat. Generally, the team with a better prepared pitching staff succeeds. For a pitcher to be prepared, that pitcher must know the proper techniques to perform perfectly. One technique a pitcher needs to be perfect is his windup.

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    while all of us in the field were tired, ready to fall asleep at any moment. There goes another walk. They score again. Great! I was thinking. At this point in the game I thought for sure that I would die right there in center field. However, baseball is baseball and things can change rather rapidly. The other team hit the ball and the shortstop missed it, letting it go right through his legs Thus, the other team was given a free base, and at this point all I really wanted to do was give up with a

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    is what we have been shooting for all year long. OSSAA, Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, changed the districts for Class 4A Fastpitch, only the top four teams in each district were allowed to continue onto regionals. We were in a position to make the playoffs if we won 4 of our last 6 district games. We did that! Although we kind of did it the hard way, we persevered and won four. Coach Miller explained, “We played our best softball at the end of the year.” Not only did we have a

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    you take a step and show you are about to bunt. When the ball and bat makes contact, you kind of lead where you want the ball to go. Fielding the ball is something that you definitely need to know how to do when playing softball. There are ten positions on the field. You have the catcher, pitcher, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, left field, center field, and right field. Sometimes there is a person that plays right center and left center. When you are on the field, you have

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    come home from school, get his homework done as fast as possible and we would play catch. From about the time when I was just a little kid, to the time that my brother James graduated high school, he always sacrificed his time to make me a better baseball player, athlete, and a teammate on and off the field. Ever since I can remember, I always loved playing catcher. I always wanted to be the guy who commands the whole team, like an army general in World War II. Being a catcher means that

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    It was a scorching 100 degree summer day. It was the start of the 11 year state championship baseball game against Albert Lea, I still remember that game like it was yesterday. It was miserable out we played three games that day before reaching the state championship. When the game started I kind of forgot about how hot it was out. We started fast scoring 2 runs in the top of the 1st inning Dylan and Reno each crossed the plate that inning. Derek took the hill to pitch, he started with 2 strikeouts

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    Playing the position of sweep in field hockey is an art. You must orchestrate the defense into a diagonal line, watch the ball, and keep your eyes on the girl trying to cherry pick halfway down the field. All while keeping your cool when marking a girl who's making snarky comments about your team. This is an art form that very few have managed to master and earn a title amongst the team. Now, let Sammy Sweeper tell you how it’s done. Some quick background to help you understand the position of sweep;

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    Softball and baseball are both really competitive sports for both boys and girls of all ages. Not only do they provide entertainment and exercise, but they are also a skill required to learn to play the sport. Baseball and softball are very similar, but also very different. Although baseball and softball seem different they are also in the same in the sense that they are played with sphere balls and they both contain four bases, which are required to be ran around in order to score a run or point

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    just hoping, I’d get some action. “At least it’s a really nice evening for a game!” I thought as I turned to catch the breeze on my face. “Play ball” shouted the Umpire, as I got into a comfortable stance to watch another boring inning of “infield baseball”. Our pitcher and infield were good, too good, and thus as an outfielder I never got any action. The thing was, our team was the best in the league that year, and that was because our coach

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    never forget the time my baseball team won state because it made me realize that even though we are a very trivial town, we can still do very immense things. When the pools were released for the tournament we saw that we were the smallest team in our pool by far. It consisted of Apple Valley, Owatonna, and Prior Lake. We had to win two of those games to make it to bracket play. My team and I arrived on a Friday evening on which was a beautiful evening to play baseball. The auburn colored sunset

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