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    Baseball Narrative

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    spring; which meant it was time for baseball. In the year 2013, I was only in fifth grade in the small suburb of Streamwood, Illinois. I have a small family. There was my tall dad, who always likes to joke around. Then there was my mom, who was really nice and sweet, like candy. My sister and me were very similar, yet very different. We both like computers, watching youtube, and eating Gyros that we only get once a month. One day, about in the middle of the baseball season, me and my mother…

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    Sabermetrics In Baseball

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    watching baseball has always been my favorite pastime. And a few years ago, I was introduced to an element of baseball that involves another passion of mine, mathematics. The study of the utterly distinct, yet blissful marriage of baseball and mathematics is known as sabermetrics, and it has brought my love of baseball to a new level. “Sabermetricians,” attempt to analyze baseball from a mathematical perspective in order to obtain a statistical edge over the competition, and many baseball teams…

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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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    in his novel The Catcher in the Rye, symbolizes Allie’s left-handed fielder’s baseball mitt as Holden’s love for his deceased brother as well as Allie’s authentic uniqueness. J.D. Salinger displays how Allie’s death has had an impact on Holden’s life, Holden feels the loss of his brother’s death when he reminisces about Allie being on the baseball field with his baseball mitt and how Allie wrote poems on his baseball mitt. That memory makes Holden feels depress because that memory reminds Holden…

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    Life and a baseball game are immensely similar while the equipment for success is different, they teach lessons of independence, having confidence in life as well as in baseball, dealing with pressure and with failure. Life can be hard, just like the game of baseball. The game gets harder and more competitive as you get older. The pitching mound moves farther away from home plate, the bases move further away from each other, pitchers throw faster and you have to learn to become more…

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    Baseball and cricket are two similar and well known ball games in the world. While the basic principle is similar, they differ in their equipment, scoring system and rules. Both are team sports where they take turns between offenses and defense. Baseball and cricket are famous in two different parts of the world. Cricket is mostly famous in the eastern part of the world like, England India Pakistan and more), whereas baseball is in the Western part of the world like in America. Just as people…

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    corner. I am at baseball practice in the batting cages with my brother, Nick. We are both wearing our baseball helmets.. “Pitching to you is my favorite,” Nick sarcastically said to me. “Well if it wasn’t for you being stupid and standing on the short side, maybe you could of got out of the way,” I replied. “Well said,” he replied. My heart was a pounding drum by just standing there, Because of the horrific accident on April 13, 2015 . Drew, Nick, Alex, and I arrived at baseball practice…

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    Basketball vs Baseball Sports have become America’s past time that is enjoyed by millions of people either watching a professional sport on television or recreation playing. These two sports I have followed from the time my children started playing at the ages of seven. Basketball and baseball though they have numerous similarities, they also contrast. Baseball Differences Baseball is a sport that can be played outside only on a field, which is shaped comparable to a diamond. Weather can be a…

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    these two sports football and baseball. Do you think that we can compare and contrast these two sports? In the United States sports are very important to us as people but some country might not get why we love them so much. Question will always be there, but as people do you think there are some similarities and differences in the sport world as we know. Football and baseball have many similarities. In these two sports you could be hurt at any moment. Football and baseball has some of the same…

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    Today’s sports fan will argue that football is Americas past time. For years baseball has been Americas favorite past time since the sport started in the late eighteen hundreds. One of the main reasons baseball has become second to football is because a lot of superstars in baseball have lied about taking or knowing any more involved with steroids. Superstars in baseball that hold the all-time records are linked to steroids like Barry Bonds, which holds the all-time records for the most home…

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