A game of ball, so called from the bases or bounds (four in number) which designate the circuit which each player must endeavor to make after striking the ball.
The ball used in this game.
Game sometimes on the back of a dart board
An American game that consists of nine innings and the target number is the number of the inning being played
a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of 9 players; teams take turns at bat trying to score run; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empy lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
a ball used in playing baseball
a great, anacronym-filled game that is well worth a look
a great games, but it does have some major holes
a sanctioning league for the entire state of Texas
a skilled game
a spherical object, used in the game it is named for
Simulation of a baseball game, or variant.
A pointless little game in which a couple of dozen people run around a diamond formation as fast as they can, just to get back to where they started. Beats me why they didn't just stay at home base in the first place. In between, they throw small round things back and forth, and try to hit them very hard with a long metal or wooden bat. Which is pretty cruel on the small round things. And the bats probably don't enjoy it much either.
A stud game involving nines and threes as wild cards.
Baseball is a sport played between two teams usually of nine players each. It is a bat-and-ball game in which a pitcher throws (pitches) a hard, fist-sized, leather-covered ball toward a batter on the opposing team. The batter attempts to hit the baseball with a tapered cylindrical bat, made of wood (as required in professional baseball) or a variety of other materials (as allowed in many nonprofessional games).
A baseball is a ball used primarily in the sport of the same name, baseball. It is generally approximately 9 inches (22.9 cm) no more than 9Â¼ inches (23.5 cm) in circumference, and 5 ounces avoirdupois (142 g) in weight, though sometimes different-size balls may be used in children's leagues. The Major League Baseball rulebook has guidelines for the size, weight and construction of the baseball for use in the major leagues.
Baseball: A Film by Ken Burns is an Emmy Award-winning 1994 documentary series by Ken Burns about the game of baseball. It was broadcast on PBS. It was Burns' ninth documentary.
Baseball is a simple baseball video game made by Nintendo in 1983 for the Nintendo Family Computer, making it one of the first games released for the Famicom. It was later one of the NES's 18 launch titles when it was released in 1985 in the United States. As in real baseball, the object of the game is to score the most runs.
Baseball was the first-ever baseball computer game, and was created on a PDP-10 mainframe computer at Pomona College in 1971 by student Don Daglow. The game (actually spelled BASBAL due to the 6-character file name length restrictions) continued to be enhanced periodically through 1976. The program is documented at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
A number of video game manufacturers referred to their games simply as "Baseball" in the period from 1978 to 1990. Starting in the 1980s, baseball video games often had celebrity names or other identifying titles included with them.