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    Baseball vs Basketball What is it like to switch from baseball to basketball? This is a question many people ask me. Baseball and basketball are good in their own separate ways. Haven't experienced both,I can tell you that there are plenty of similarities as well as some very big differences between the two types of sports.There would be some big adjustments between them too. Baseball and basketball have many traits in common.Both baseball and basketball are sports.They both have…

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    Baseball Mistakes

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    Some of my successes in life include winning baseball tournaments, getting voted into the allstars in my baseball league, being the youngest kid in colorado to get his license to hunt, and firing a 306 when i was 6 without my arm falling off. My 1st success in baseball was when i was 7 years old and my team was losing the championship game by 2 points, so when i got up to bat there was a guy on 3d base and on 2nd, we already had 2 outs so if i got out we lost the game here. So when i got up to…

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    The baseball field is where I spend most of my weekends and evenings with my family “cheering” on my brother. In reality, when I get there, I have parents waiting for me to watch over the younger siblings of the baseball players playing that day. One of my favorite memories from the field was when I handed the kid I was watching a package of gummy worms, and he looked up at me with his smile hidden under his chubby cheeks. When I was younger, I would always look up to teenagers because I felt…

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    Baseball Narrative

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    We sat on the hot metal of the bleachers outside of the baseball field. The rainy days of Spring were replaced with the sweltering heat of the Summer, and hearing the clink of a baseball hit a bat in the Summer had become a tradition for almost five years. My older brother Dakota had spent those years being bombarded by sweat, mud, and the encouragement of his family, friends, and coaches when the team needed to hit a ball or when he wanted to show off how much better he had gotten since the…

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    I have had the dream of playing professional baseball since I was old enough to swing a baseball bat. I remember watching the Texas Ranger play on Tv when I was young and I aspired to be like them one day. The odds are not in my favor to accomplish this goal. However, I know that if I keep working my hardest every single day that maybe one day I will be able to accomplish this goal. One of the hardest parts about trying to accomplish this goals is my peers. I get told almost everyday that “I…

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    State Baseball Speech

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    State Baseball Do you know how it feels to be a state champ? I'm gonna talk about the time I won state baseball last year. It started with tournaments, then The Region Tournament, and finally The State Tournament which was in Dell Rapids. You will find out all the games we had and the feeling everyone had throughout the mighty journey. So first the team got put together by the coaches. We had 18 players are our team. The team practiced a lot three times a week! We had our first tourney…

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    Confidence In Baseball

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    Confidence in a Game of Failure Baseball is just like life in so many ways, the certain failure that must be faced with composure and grace in order to be successful in the future; the lessons learned throughout years of commitment and hard work. Baseball is more lifelike than any other sport because of these things, but also because of repetition. Day after day, night after night, slaving after your craft to be deemed great, and only succeed three out of ten times. This is why people are so…

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    underrepresentation is not a new one considering the low turnover rate mentioned in Shannon Ryan’s article in the Chicago Tribune. Ryan includes a quote from Adrian Burgos, a history professor at the University of Illinois, who has written about Latinos in baseball "What's so scary…

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    Stereotypes In Baseball

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    David Wright once said, “ I take positives out of negatives all the time.” In baseball I do that all the time in baseball. Everyone has to do that in baseball because everyone has those games where they have things to work on. I had a baseball game where I over slid into second base and with my cleats as big as his leg I slid into Billy's leg. Right after I slid into his legs Billy dropped down and started crying. Billy hated me for what I did to him. When he was down on the ground I glanced…

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    The History Of Baseball

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    What is baseball? Baseball is a game played using a bat and a ball that two teams of nine players take turns batting and fielding. Whoever the batting team is will attempt to hit the ball which will allow their team mates to run with the ultimate goal of a homerun. Baseball is a game that millions of people enjoy with their families and friends, although it is a sport this game also can intrigue the minds of math lovers everywhere, baseball can easily be broken down into number whether it…

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