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What is baseball? a ball game played between two teams of nine on a field with a diamond-shaped circuit of four bases.
What is baseball in quarters or innings? innings
How many innings are played in a professional game? nine
what type of surfaces is baseball played on? grass, red dirt, or turf
Who was the first African american baseball in the U.S.? Jackie Robinson
How far is it from home plate to first base? 90 feet
What are three basic tools of baseball? ball, bat, and glove or mitt
What is a strikeout? recorded against a batter who makes three strikes
What is a flyout? recorded against a batter who hits a ball in the air that is caught by a fielder
What is a tagout? recorded against a runner who is touched by a fielder with the ball or a glove holding the ball, while the runner is not touching a base.
Created by: Trennis1