What are the rules in Baseball?
I don't know the rules and how to play it. Seems it has lot of similarities with my favorite sport cricket. But I won't be able to enjoy it with out knowing the rules.
The part of the field closest to the bases is called the infield, and the grassy farther reaches is called the outfield. The defense wears baseball/softball gloves, a leather contraption that fits on the hand, to catch the ball.A baseball/softball game is played by two teams who alternate between offense and defense. There are nine players on each side. The goal is to score more runs than the opponent, which is achieved by one circuit of four bases that are placed on the diamond.
Offense and Defense switch sides for 9 innings/frames.
4 bases in a diamond. You must touch all 4 bases to score a run.
If you hit it over the fence(home run) you get to touch all 4 bases.
Lines are out of play.
As simple as I could get as long as you know that there are 2 teams and when you cross home its a run. People love Home Runs, and when their pitchers give up no hits.
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