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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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Gus' was 17 on his international debut and was soon doing his National Service before becoming a skilled French polisher and marrying Brenda Norris, a top-class Canton baseballer, and having two children.
Gardner junior captained Wales in 1986 and was also Welsh Baseballer of the Year.
Anita James was a very capable referee and the league also thanked Ray Hobby, Gordon Griffiths and Mark Chinnick for controlling earlier finals and the former Wales international baseballer Wayne Matthews of Classic Sports for donating the Classic Cup.
WLBU president Sylvia Goodman, a former top baseballer with the mighty Canton side, paid her respects to another outstanding season played by Karen Wheadon of Premier champions Llandaff.
HALF-CENTURY scores and higher in baseball are very hard to come by for several reasons but this season a lady baseballer has joined the small band of those who have reached this milestone.
WHITCHURCH baseballers Jo Dorey and Stephanie Gillard have won the Ladies Baseballer of the Year awards in previous seasons and they gave Caerau a taste of just how they can crack a baseball at their home of Caedelyn Park.
Those who know a little bit about Brentford will probably tell you it is thanks to Moneyball - the theory immortalised in a Brad Pitt film which saw Oakland A's use statistics to identify and recruit under-valued baseballers.
Girl Baseballers Strike Out," Miami Herald, January 12, 1953, D3.
These baseballers were neither Cuban nor exceptionally large, and they may or may not have adopted Spanish-sounding "Cuban" gibberish to entertain white hotel patrons in St.
The perfect blend of spring, summer and event bummers, this season features rained-out baseballers, goose-bumped sunbathers and graduation guests huddled beneath 12-by-12 canopies.
He was captain of the Naval Academy baseballers in 1923.
The minor league baseballers continue their summer season at McKechnie Field, through the beginning of September.
But the young baseballers in Monterrey are very eager to draw on his expertise.
On his desk is a team picture from our youth showing a panel of promising-looking high school baseballers, each with the stern grin of the late teenager, grave with potential, in which Angus is legitimately and I am deceptively included because it was taken the day Angus snuck me into the picture in uniform, months after I had been cut.
The talent of baseballers in the country has been so impressive that a number of players have gone on to compete in the Minor Leagues in the United States.