Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • Baseball Experience Essay

    On Sunday I went to baseball practice at 2 o'clock at the middle school. Not everyone was there and there were some new kids that were not there last year. For the first half-hour all we did was throw to each other and stretch. My partner was Theodore. Coach said if we miss it was five pushup. Next I started out playing first base, we started out a little rusty but then we were all doing good. One drill was we had to take a ground ball and then run and get another ball and throw it to first base and then we did double plays. After infield I pitched 25 pretty good pitches to Kaden. After that my half of the team went to go bat. There were four Batting stations including the batting cage. My partner was Joe. One of the stations we…

    Words: 468 - Pages: 2
  • Pedagogical Approach Analysis

    pupils learn communications among their teammates are important in a game. Striking and fielding Striking and fielding games usually have batting and fielding teams. The aim of the game is that the batting team has to deliver a strike on the ball such that it avoids the fielding team and the hitter tries to run between to bases (Mitchell, Oslin & Griffin, 2013). Players try to position the ball in space between fielders in order to gain maximum the run scoring of the hit (Mitchell, Oslin &…

    Words: 1546 - Pages: 7
  • Summary: The Game Of Baseball

    This is the game of baseball is really fun. You should have Nine players on the field. The game of baseball is really competitive. There is a starter pitcher and a relief pitcher, closer pitcher that ends the game. I hope you enjoy this story about baseball.These are the type of pitches that you are going to need to know. There are curveballs It fools the batter by going straight in plate then sliding in the plate.fastballs are made to going right down the plate and making the batter…

    Words: 341 - Pages: 2
  • A Short Summary: The Physics Of Baseball

    Baseball is fairly popular sport that is played all around the world. Baseball is a game involving a bat and ball that is played between two teams taking turns batting and fielding. The batting team scores by hitting a ball that is thrown by the pitcher with a bat. Then running around a series of bases. The pitcher is the player who throws the baseball toward the catcher to begin each play, with the goal of retiring a batter. A skilled pitcher often throws a diffrent types of pitches to prevent…

    Words: 470 - Pages: 2
  • Personal Narrative: My First Game

    It was the second game of the night. We had won the first game. They had a slow pitcher who was easy to get runs off which is basically why we won. But this was a new game. We were facing the Dallas Raiders which were very good. We started the game batting because we were the away team. The Raiders defence took the field. Their pitcher picked up the ball and started to warm up on the mound. After he threw the first pitch, my stomach dropped. He was throwing fast. My coach being the way he is,…

    Words: 440 - Pages: 2
  • Baseball: Similarities And Differences

    When I was in sixth grade I was playing baseball and I hit one over the fence, the umpire said it was a foul ball. If I was playing cricket I would still be in play. Baseball and cricket are kind of similar, yet very different. In cricket they have different equipment than baseball. And the fields are different. For example there is not an out of bounds when you hit the ball. In baseball you have a round bat cleats helmet and a glove for one hand. In cricket your have two shin pad, hemet, two…

    Words: 292 - Pages: 2
  • How To Play Softball Essay

    Softball has always been a favorite past time of mine. The heat from the summer days, the smell and taste of Gatorade and sunflower seeds always bring me to the memory of playing softball. Merriam Webster Dictionary defines softball as a sport that is similar to baseball but that is played on a smaller field and with a ball that is pitched underhand and that is larger and softer than a baseball When playing softball, you have to have a glove for catching, a bat for batting, cleats for playing…

    Words: 634 - Pages: 3
  • Softball Benefits

    have to be just sports in order for them to be beneficial to you as a person. There are people all over the world with hobbies you have probably never thought about such as shopping could be a hobby or even slow walking could be a hobby. Of all of these hobbies, my favorite would have to be softball. One way this could help you is if you are very clumsy. When you are playing softball you have to be on top of your game all of the time and paying attention to the batters when you are in the…

    Words: 539 - Pages: 3
  • Strike Rate In Cricket

    Meanwhile, during the course of that 124-run innings, Pujara scored his runs with on an impressive rate of almost 61 runs per 100 balls, which can be considered as a fitting reply to recent criticisms on his so called poor strike-rate. However, how much does strike-rate matter for a batsman in Test cricket? Well, according to Arvind Pujara, the father of Cheteshwar and a former First-Class cricketer of Saurashtra, more than strike-rate, batting according to match situation is…

    Words: 879 - Pages: 4
  • The History Of Baseball

    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…

    Words: 275 - Pages: 2
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: