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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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256 with eight home runs and 46 RBIs as a player-manager for the North American Baseball League's Yuma Scorpions.
DAVID BLOCK, an early baseball historian, author of Baseball Before We Knew It: A Search for the Roots of the Game, and a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR).
Last night saw the showing of Yankles at FACT-the story of an American baseball team made up of ultra Orthodox Jewish students.
They have called for hawkers to roam the stands dishing out snacks along the lines of hotdog and burger sellers at American baseball games.
Any collection strong in American baseball history or black history will find SATCHEL a winning survey about an early player in the Negro League: Leroy 'Satchel' Paige.
As a senior, Pennell also was named to the Daktronics All-South Central Region Second Team and Rawlings/ American Baseball Coaches Association All-South Central Region Second Team.
DR President Leonel Fernandez, a former New Yorker, joined team execs at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 37-acre academy, which will serve as the hub for the Mets'Latin American baseball operations.
Yogi Bear was named after an American baseball player.
Limited editions of The Way We Were have gone to valued customers, and American baseball player James Jerry Hardy, of Milwaukee Brewers.
The Japan Times Online reported Japan's exit from the women's football World Cup, Wayne Rooney's return for Manchester United, American baseball, basketball and sumo wrestling before any mention of the Rugby World Cup, and that mention had to do with Jonny Wilkinson's return for England rather than Japan's imminent clash with Wales.
Thanks to a retired American baseball coach named Basil Tarasko, the unlikely answer is Ukraine.
A loose collection of writers, statisticians, and mathematicians--collectively referred to as sabermetricians (after the Society for American Baseball Research)--has gone back to first principles, interrogating the assumptions that like behind the decisions of owners, general managers, and coaches alike.
The Society for American Baseball Research, Cleveland, publishes two annual journals and other materials as our budget allows.
SabermetHcs, a word coined by the discipline's revered popularizer, Bill James, is derived from the Society for American Baseball Research.
I've said it before but I will say it again: it's no life being a sausage mascot for an American baseball team.
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