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    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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    How To Play Baseball

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    Baseball How to play and what you need If your going to play baseball this is what you. You need a glove a bat, ball and cleats. If you want to success and start in games you have to try and don't give up. The place that you play in baseball are hard. The position that you play in baseball are pitcher, catcher, first base, second base, short stop, third base, right field, center field and left field. The baseball field is shaped as a diamond. If your a pitcher then you have to throw fast and…

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    Do you want to play baseball or catch and ball with your friends? If so, the first thing you need to do is buying baseball glove. Without it, you can’t join baseball game. How to buy it or chose it? If you haven’t played baseball before, you may have question about how to buy it. In general, there are some types of gloves you can choose. If you want to buy it correctly, you should read following steps. First of all, you have to choose which type of glove you buy. If you go to a sports shop, you…

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    Baseball vs Softball Baseball and softball are very similar, or so you thought? Everyone knows both sports bat, play on a field, and try to get three outs to end the inning. But, there are a lot of differences with these sports also. For instance, the rules of the game are different and somewhat the same. When base running, baseball players can lead off. However, softball players can also lead off, but only when the ball is out of the pitcher's hand. Speaking of base running, the length…

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    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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    My favorite activity is softball. Therefor I am going to direct you on how to hit a softball/baseball. First, you get a bat that is not to long and not too heavy. Because if the bat is too long and too heavy you will not be able to time up the pitcher and hit the ball on time. When you are up to bat and you hit the ball and it goes to the right of you, that means you swung too late. If it goes to the left you swung the bat to early. And if it goes down the middle of the field your swing is…

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    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

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    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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    comfortable, which is something I find I do in everyday life as well, I became more outgoing. I would stand in the field, pounding on my mitt, yelling “hey batter, batter, swing!” with my team mates. I would stand on the benches with the other girls, stomping my feet as we cheered our teammates on and recited ridiculous cheers that usually ended in “win, win, kick ‘em in the shin!” Those cheers were all in good fun, but thinking back, they were pretty ruthless. I now understand why my dad wasn’t…

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    My Softball Career

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    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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