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    Strict Rules Of Baseball

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    Baseball is America’s favorite pastime; It is the first professional sport established in the United States, it has been one of the most attended sports, and it is advertised everywhere by clothes, commercials, and broadcasting. The various positions in baseball make it easier for players to become professional if they specialize. In traditional rules of baseball, all nine players on the field should have to hit. Designated hitters should be apart of both the American League and the National League

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    Baseball is different than any other sport ever played. Baseball does not have a play clock that controls how the sport is played. The play clock only controls the pace of the game not when the game stops or continues. Baseball is the only sport where the defense controls the ball. Baseball, unlike other sports, substantially depends on the strategy of the coach and the players. No one can just pick up a bat and be good at baseball; in other sports including: football, basketball, or soccer, it is

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    My friend and I went to the park and when we did we decided to play football. Down, Set, Hut I shouted as he ran for the ball and missed by a couple of inches because I over thru it. Lane “my friend” said “ ok let me be QB” one more try I said. Down, Set, Hut lane runs out for the ball and as he is running he tripped over a rock and hits his head on a bolder. As I pull out my phone to call 911 I don't hear lane breathing they pick up the phone and I say “Hi my friend tripped over a rock and is

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    My friend and I went to the park and when we did we decided to play football. Down, Set, Hut I shouted as he ran for the ball and missed by a couple of inches because I over thru it. Lane “my friend” said “ ok let me be QB” one more try I said. Down, Set, Hut lane runs out for the ball and as he is running he tripped over a rock and hits his head on a bolder. As I pull out my phone to call 911 I don't hear lane breathing they pick up the phone and I say “Hi my friend tripped over a rock and is

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    In football, for running backs, you have to run through a hole For everyone on the football team, do your best to make a goal Believe that you can accomplish it, be positive and Believe Keep working on it football players until you achieve The goal that you have made, then you can be happy Congratulate yourself, how do you like it so far Ben Subbert Daddy If you like it, then stop hating on me, stop putting me on the spot Because now you know that I can make raps that are hot Motivating and Rapping

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    Baseball Narrative

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    Whack! With one swift swing of a baseball bat, my friends prized baseball was ruined, I thought our friendship was over. About 5 years ago I wanted to play baseball with some of my friends but I didn't have a ball. I then asked my friends if they had one to spare. One of my best friends, Kevin said he had one. I was elated that we could finally play a game of baseball for the first time that spring. To my surprise, before he finally handed me the ball, he gave me a short speech. Kevin told me that

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    The Break: A Short Story

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    Crack!!!!! I go for a touchdown Cody comes in and tackles me like a sack of potatoes. All parts of my body hurt while laying on the ground. The paramedics came over and pick me up I felt so embarrassed because they pick me up. Paramedics brought me to the hospital and gave me xrays. The doctor came in the room and he said,’’ It is bad news. You fractured your arm.’’ “Can I play football?’’ I asked the doctor. “You can't

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    Have you ever felt so passionate about a game you would do anything you could to play with the best against the best? The summer between my junior and senior year of high school was a summer to remember. As a softball player some of the best games to play in are the sparkler, the World Series, and All Star games. I had the awesome opportunity to play in one of these all star games. These games are such a great opportunity for any girl that wants to go somewhere with their softball career. The experience

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    be issued for Dress Code violations. If a student’s dress or personal appearance violates the Dress Code and/or the Personal Appearance Code and cannot be immediately remedied, the student will be sent home (unexcused absence)” (28). Violating the rules is an automatic detention, which many students believe is unfair, and should be changed. I understand that the

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    always say that softball and baseball are the same thing just one is played by girls and the other by boys. Softball and baseball may look like they are the same but they are really not. It doesn’t matter which gender plays baseball or softball but it’s usually that girls play softball and boys play baseball. The equipment used, the rules and how the field is, and the uniforms are all different. The equipment used in softball is different than the equipment used in baseball. In softball, the players

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    Geometry is an extremely vital part of the sport of baseball. People may not know it, but almost everything done during a game of baseball has something to do with geometry. Many examples could prove how the favorite pastime of America would not be itself if Geometry was not around to play an important role To begin with, the infield is formed in the shape of a diamond, which is just a parallelogram that is equilateral, and an essential part of the sport due to the fact that most of the players on

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    “Therapy (psychotherapy) is the process of working with a licensed therapist to develop positive thinking and coping skills to treat mental health issues such as mental illness and trauma.” Psychological therapies can generally fall into some of these categories: behavioral therapies, which concentrate on behavior; humanistic therapies, which concentrate on self-improvement; arts therapies, which use creative arts within the therapeutic process. Some psychologists use a form of "integrative" therapy

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    The History Of Softball

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    winning run is on third base, the pitcher throws the ball and “BOOM” the batter hits the game winning home run! The feeling someone gets in this situation is unbelievable. The game itself is unbelievable. Softball was invented long ago, it is not like baseball, and there are many different levels of the game. “The history of softball dates back to thanksgiving day of 1887 when several alumni sat in Chicago, Illinois Farragut Boat Club, anxiously awaiting the outcome of the Yale versus Harvard football

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    wins as he hits the walk off double. But before the batter experienced this moment he will surely never forget he had to learn how to hit a baseball. Hitting a baseball is very complex and there are many elements to hitting. The hitter needs to keep his eye on the ball, he has to get power out of their arms and legs, and he has to have a

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    One question that I am very familiar with that I know can lead to continuous arguments is this: “Aren’t baseball and softball the same thing?”. Many people believe that they are pretty much the same thing. Other people think that they are very different, and many of those people think that one sport is better than the other. I am going to go into deeper detail about the two sports to see how alike and different they are. The two sports are played in many similar ways. Both games are played very

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    I was on my way to whistlestop park to watch my brothers play baseball. When i get there i sit down on the bleachers to see my brother david batin first then the pitcher sends a fastball as dave hits a homer.I got exitted at that,then he handed me a bat he was not allowed to use so i yanked then my friend and i start to hit baseballs together but that’s when it went wrong. Suddenly wam!,he nailed me in the head with david’s bat (as the bat swings at my head and it cracks through my tanish skin as

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    “This one is coming to you Vee!” my dad yelled! I was at baseball practice. I was in the outfield, the overgrown and bee infested outfield. My dad picked up the bamboo bat, threw the ball up in the air, and swung the bat. The ball went sailing over my head. I ran, and ran, and ran all the way to the ball. I picked up the ball and fired it to the cutoff man. “OW!!” I exclaimed! My arm had hurt like it had never hurt before. It was a sharp pain, that ran up and down my arm, like mice scurrying away

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    Cricket and baseball are two well-known members of the bat-and-ball games family. In general, sports from the bat-and-ball family are those in which a member of the fielding team, that has possession of the ball, delivers it to a member of the batting team which has the bat and tries to hit the ball in an attempt to score points. The points, known as runs, can be scored by hitting the ball with a bat to the boundary or by running for a certain distance after the strike. The opposite team members

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    “Softball has been noticed since 1887”. Ever since I was in t-ball, i’ve played ever since then because passionate about playing. I like softball because I get the time to play and bond with my teammates. My strong suits in softball are throwing and hitting because i can throw hard, and hit strong and it’s my passion to play major league softball. “softball is important in my life because i played ever since i was in Rag ball and t-ball “. “ sports do not build character they reveal it “. Once

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    In Green bay, Wisconsin, at a softball facility, on January 23rd, Seriena Dunaway was playing in a softball league. Dunaway was playing against Elite, her team 's biggest rival. The air was cool and the playing turf was rough and hard to run or slide on. The people in the crowd could see the tension. The music was loud and seemed out of place. Dunaway had drove the ball over the shortstop 's head and had rounded second, it had been a close play, so she slid into third. The umpire, strong and confident

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