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Baseball Rules 101.pptx

  1. Presentation on Baseball Rules 101 1 Prepared
  2. Table of Content 2 1.Introduction 2.Playing Field 3.Pitching 4.Hitting 5.Running 6.Scoring 7.Conclusion
  3. Introduction: 3 Baseball is a sport played by two teams of nine players each. The goal of the game is to score more runs than the other team. To achieve this goal, players must follow a set of rules. In this presentation, we'll go over some of the most important rules in baseball.
  4. Playing Field: 4 The playing field in baseball is divided into two main parts: the infield and the outfield. The infield is where most of the action takes place, and it includes the pitcher's mound, the bases, and the catcher's box. The outfield is the area beyond the infield, and it includes the warning track, which is a strip of dirt or gravel that helps outfielders judge fly balls.
  5. Pitching: 5 The pitcher is the player who throws the ball to the batter. The pitcher must stand on the pitcher's mound, which is located in the center of the infield. The pitcher must also follow some specific rules, such as keeping one foot in contact with the pitcher's mound at all times while pitching and not balk or deceive the runner on base.
  6. Hitting: 6 The batter's goal is to hit the ball thrown by the pitcher and get on base. To do this, the batter must swing the bat and make contact with the ball. If the batter hits the ball fair and it lands in the field of play, the batter becomes a runner and must try to reach base before the ball is caught or thrown to a fielder who is touching the base before the runner.
  7. Running: 7 Once a batter hits the ball, they become a runner and must try to advance to first base, second base, third base, and eventually home plate. Runners can only advance when the ball is hit or when the pitcher throws the ball past the catcher. A runner is considered out if they are tagged with the ball or if the ball is thrown to a fielder who is touching the base before the runner arrives.
  8. Scoring: 8 The ultimate goal of the game is to score runs. A run is scored when a runner touches all four bases and crosses home plate before the defensive team gets three outs. A game is usually nine innings long, with each team getting a chance to bat and play defense.
  9. Conclusion: 9 These are just a few of the many rules that make up the game of baseball. By understanding and following these rules, players and fans alike can enjoy the sport and appreciate the strategy and skill involved in each play.