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Synonyms for baseball

a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players

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a ball used in playing baseball

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A Canadian who enlisted in the US Army because it seemed like something to do after an injury sidelined a possible career in base-ball, Larry Huffman is a man of few words, but Nate pieces together that his old man (he never calls him "Dad") served in Vietnam.
I think it's always been a very well-run and very well-managed baseball operation directed by people who understand minor league base-ball and the community here in terms of what it takes to make minor league base-ball accessible here.
Other highlights include meeting new baby animals, lambs, chicks and piglets, the return of the Old Sturbridge Village stagecoach and the river boat ride, and old-fashioned Base-Ball games played 1830s-style.
Summer collegiate base-ball was bringing baseball back to die many towns across the nation that had empty, but usable ballparks.
News of the fling comes despite ongoing reports of Madonna's alleged affair with base-ball star Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez.
A LOVE letter Marilyn Monroe sent to her base-ball star husband Joe DiMaggio is to be sold.
And these mavericks of the road are not base-ball hatted boy racers, but usually middle-aged men with their snap tins on their backs.
com/playeroftheyear and help identify the 500 top state and 10 national players of the year in football, girls volleyball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls basketball, base-ball, softball and boys and girls track & field.
Your classic American base-ball underdog story is the spoon full of sugar for this book's medicinal crash course in World War II Japanese internment and disenfranchisement.