Baseball is a unique sport in many different ways. It is the only major competitive sport that has no time limit. The success of a player is determined on how well he can play as an individual and how well the team plays along with him. There are many rules that determine the success of a player’s performance. A baseball game is played with two teams and each team is permitted 25 players per team; however this is only true for professional teams. There are three parts to baseball: offense, pitching, and defense.
Each part has is completely different for each other, but to play the game each part must be involved.
The team on offense tries to score runs, while the pitching and defense tries to prevent the offense from scoring runs. To score a run a player on the offense attempts to hit a small special white ball that the pitcher throws to him. If he hits the play in the filed of play he can attempt to run to a base. If the player reaches the base before the defense can get the ball there or tag him with the ball he will be safe. There are four square bases and are lined up in a diamond. The player starts from the home plate, he has to round the bases to score a run. From base to base is 90 feet, so from home plate to first base is 90 feet and from first base to second base is 90 feet, ect. When the player on offense hits the ball it must stay in the filed of play which is restriced from: the right side of third base to the left side of first base and up until the homerun wall. The homerun wall is a barrier that keeps the ball in play. The wall is located far from home plate within the filed of play. If a ball is hit over the wall then it is called a homerun and the player who hit it and anyone who is on base automatically scores. The offense is given three outs every inning, there are usually nine innings in a game. There are cretin exceptions where there could be more or less then nine; if the game is past the 5th inning and has to be stopped do to rain, the game would be stopped there. The only way for a...