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PE Department IES F. Savater

We Baseball 1ºESO

Baseball, what????

-Baseball is a team sport played between two teams ofnine players.- The aim is to score runs by hitting a ball and running around.- Each team alternates betweenbatting and fielding. They switch wheneverthe fielding team record three outs.- One batting turn for each team makes an inning. In a professional gamethere are 9 innings.Therefore, a baseball game could last a few days.

PE Department IES F. Savater

We Baseball 1ºESO

Baseball Rules 1

Baseball Rules 2

BASEBALL RULES 1Two teams with nine players which alternate between fielding andbatting.The batting team must hit the ball and try to run past all three basesbefore the ball gets to the batter or to the base.If they do a complete race they score a home run.The fielding team must try to get the ball back to the catcher or to afielder on one of the bases before the batter or another player hasreached a base.The catcher has to put the ball on the home plate to eliminate a battingplayer.A batter only has three attempts to hit the ball, if they don’t hit the ballafter three attempts they would be eliminated. (Strikes)If the batting team scores three consecutive home runs an eliminatedbatter would be saved.

Baseball Rules to eliminate a batter:The strike out: Against a batter who makes three strikes before puttingthe ball into play or being awarded a free advance to first base.The fly out: recorded against a batter who hits a ball in the air that iscaught by a fielder before it lands, whether or not the batter has run.The ground out: When a fielder touch the ball on a base while a player isrunning.The tag out: when a fielder touches a runner with the ball or a gloveholding the ball, while the runner is not touching a base.

PE Department IES F. Savater

We Baseball 1ºESO

Baseball Pitch

It is more than a game!

The pitch or field is like a diamond consisting of three bases and a home plate.The game is played on a field whose primary boundaries are calledthe foul lines. Inside the foul lines we have the fair territory.The pitcher's mound is in the middle of the field, with a rectangular rubberplate (the rubber) at its center. This is where the pitcher stands whenthrowing the pitch.Home plate, formally designated home base in the rules, is the final basethat a player must touch to score.The catcher stands on the home plate ,when a runner tries to score a run hemust tag the runner with the ball before the runner touches the home plate.The batter boxis where the batter stands when ready to receive a pitch fromthe pitcher.The other three corners of the square, in anticlockwise order from home plate,are called first base, second base, and third base.

PE Department IES F. Savater

We Baseball 1ºESO

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