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  • Personal Narrative Essay On Becoming A Better Soccer Player

    I slipped my feet into my dirt filled cleats and tied the old crusty laces. I heard the thud of a baseball hitting someone’s mitt as my teammates began to play catch and start our warm up routine. I could feel the crunching of dirt from my cleats as I trotted out to my usual position of second base. I fielded the ground balls thrown by our first basemen and heard the classic yelling of, “Coming down!” from our catcher as he threw the ball down to me covering second base. We threw the ball around…

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  • My Love For Baseball

    I truly enjoy all aspects of baseball. I started playing this sport at the very young age of four when I joined my first baseball team. I remember not being able to come close to hitting any ball pitched to me and practicing endlessly with a batting tee until I was able to finally do so. My love for baseball was also nurtured by the first major league game my father and I attended at the age of five, which was between the NY Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. From that point on I always associated…

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  • The History Of Softball

    Softball The first softball wasn't a ball it was a glove! There are a lot of softball players in the hall of fame. Softball is a very popular sport. In this sport there is, pitcher, catcher, 1st base, 2nd base, shortstop, 3rd base, left out field, center out field, right out field. There are 2 kinds of softball the fastpitch, and slowpitch. Softball is played over 140 states. About 30 million americans play softball every year.…

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  • What Were Ozzie's Accomplishments

    The Wizard Go crazy folks, go crazy! From 580 stolen bases, to fifteen time all star, and one World Series ring, Ozzie Smith has done it all. Ozzie also has worked with charities throughout his life and still is today. Ozzie has had many achievements; fifteen time all star, World Series Champion(1982), NLCS MVP(1985), thirteen time Gold Glove winner, Silver Slugger award, #1 retired for the Cardinals in honor of him, and a Hall of Famer in Cooperstown, New York. Ozzie was nicknamed ‘The Wizard…

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  • Baseball: A Hero's Accomplishments

    pitch, and one swing of the bat. On Tuesday, September 8th, a ball is hit and leaves the field over the left field wall. Just like that, the history of the game is changed. On that day Mark Mcgwire broke the MLB single season home run record, surpassing Maris’s 61 home runs. On that tuesday, emotions of baseball fans were at new heights. Many people were celebrating the momentous…

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  • Personal Narrative: Baseball

    Thanks to me and my buddy Jared Potts, we had the best outfield record in the whole Khoury league area. I played center because I was the one who would run from left field to catch the ball over in right field because we had that one guy who really didn’t care about the game. Most of the time my coach would have me pitching, to him I was known as a secret weapon. I was the only lefty on the team and I…

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  • Descriptive Essay: A Dream Of Baseball

    Being the batter in the bottom of the ninth inning of the championship game, with two outs, bases loaded, and down by one run is both a baseball player’s most glorious dream and most onerous nightmare. This dream was my opportunity as I stepped up to the plate in the Delaware Regional Senior League championship game. The few metal bleachers near home plate at Leroy Hill Park were packed with families from all around Delaware, meanwhile those without a space set up lawn chairs around the…

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  • Danny And Reuven Character Analysis

    Discussion Questions 1. Physical Characteristics: Danny and Reuven are both Jews. They both are engage in softball. In fact, their first meet is during a softball game between Danny’s Hasidic team and Reuven’s orthodox team, and Danny hit Reuven’s eye with the ball. Danny is a good hitter and Reuven is a pitcher. In appearance, Danny always wears his earlocks, he looks a little bit like Abraham Lincoln with side curls. Mental Characteristics: Danny and Reuven both loves learning. For example…

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  • Arm Slack Research Paper

    Why Baseball Players Need Arm Sleeves? If you are a baseball fan, you may have seen a lot of your favorite players wearing arm sleeves. Don’t you think it looks cool and do you often want to wear it too? However, arm sleeves are so much more than just something which makes you look cool. Have you ever really given thoughts to why so many players opt to wear baseball arm sleeves? There has to be some reason, isn’t it? Let us take a deeper look into the matter. What are baseball arm sleeves?…

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  • Narrative Essay On High School Baseball

    What I was looking forward to doing my senior year, was leading my team as a senior to the best we could be. I was working harder than I ever had all winter long leading up to this. I had one goal that I did not see happen any of my four years there, which was getting to the state championship. There were a lot of things that had to go right for this to happen. The team had to be good, they had to work hard every day, they had to win districts, they had to win regional’s, and the most…

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