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  • Personal Narrative: Twin City Football

    I started playing baseball when I was 7 years old and at that time I was actually playing T-Ball. For awhile I played baseball for a place called Twin City. While I was at Twin City I had mostly played the second base position. Twin City was an alright organization because they didn't have players with the best attitudes. Those players with not so good attitudes affected our teams ability to win. Their attitudes caused us to lose a lot of our games and we didn't play as a team as much. This was an off and on situation and I had played for Twin City for years. Then finally my parents have had enough of Twin City because they didn't like the way Twin City was doing things and they finally transferred me over to Walkertown Little League and…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The United States Baseball Team

    This is taking place on July 13, 2018, my baseball team and I are playing in the Kansas State Championship for baseball. It’s the bottom of the 9th and we are batting right now. The score is 10 to 10. We need one more run to win the game and we have Camron on third base. Let’s just say we thought we wouldn’t make it this far. Trust me, we thought we were a complete blowout. 7 months earlier It’s February 2018, we just started our season, but our old coach stopped coaching us last year. Also…

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  • Little League Shortstop Case Study

    going to cover the bag in the event of a steal. If there is a runner on first, the shortstop is usually the player with the best view of the runner, so he should yell “Going!” loud and clear if the runner breaks with the pitch. There are many more situations besides steal attempts in which the shortstop must make his voice heard. If there are runners in scoring position, he must remind his outfielders how many…

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  • My Uncle Leroy Analysis

    They helped me to my feet and looked at me. There were fresh and free flowing tears that kept welling up in my eyes. That hit marked the end of the game. The one thing that I dreaded more than brain damage or death anything else was the taunting that I would take from my Uncle. As we neared the house, I asked someone for a baseball cap. I think the swelling went down to a smaller knob faster than I expected. We still had time to waste, so we headed inside the barn. We jumped off many…

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  • My Softball Career

    The sun was beating down on my back, sweat dripping down my already terrified face. I was about to make one of the most important phone calls of my life to date. This one, single phone call was the make or break point of my future college softball career. It was the call to one of my dream schools. The call where I would accept my offer from Campbell University to play Division I softball. For as long as I can remember, I have dreamed of playing college softball. The dream was due to my…

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  • Pool Play Narrative

    second. Hardly anyone was paying attention to her. I was watching her though, when she took off I screamed, "She's going." Our pitcher threw the ball and the runner was out. I and one other were the ones yelling, we were paying attention which got us an out. Another time recently, we were in bracket play. The night before it had rained all over Kansas, the fields were still muddy. When we were out there the mud would stick to our cleats and we were constantly trying to get the mud off. With…

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  • Compare And Contrast Softball And Baseball

    Softball and baseball. The sports of hitting the ball as far as you can and running like hell. These two sports appear so similar to strangers to the game, yet as you delve deeper into the muddy fields of the aspects of the two, they are entirely different. So how do you think of softball and baseball? Which one would you say is higher in difficulty? To many, softball is the girl-version of baseball and vice-versa. They may say there is absolutely no difference except the larger ball in softball…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Sport Of Softball

    All my life I've grown up watching my older sister play the game of softball. Being the little sister, I looked up to her and always wanted to mirror her every move. From the clothes she wore to the way she walked. But the best thing I ever did was mirror the way she played softball. She pushed me to be at the top of my game and play every game like it was my last. As she played high school softball I dreamt of playing second base and wearing her jersey. And that's exactly what I did. Four…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Fun Sport To Play Softball

    Ardmore school team and a travel ball team. Softball has brought me out of my shy stages and brought me to life. First, a softball field is shaped like a diamond, and there is an infield and a outfield. When playing outfield you are on grass and while playing infield you are on dirt. On the field there are four bases, first base, which is towards the right, second base, which is in the middle, third base, which is to the left, and home plate which is at the bottom and is vertical to second…

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  • The Importance Of Freedom In Baseball

    Freedom In Baseball This country was founded on the sport of baseball. Baseball has been around forever and has been America’s number one pastime for centuries. It was a warm sunny morning in Oakland, California and I was riding my bike home from the coffee shop on 5th street. It was the summer of my junior year and I had decided I wanted to live with my aunt for the summer. There were all kinds of things to do in the city and I had to choose something to do on the day my aunt was off work. I…

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