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Pepper is a practice or warm-up game. Players, one with a bat, stand around in a tight circle and try to field the ball hit at them by the batter. The ball is then tossed quickly back to the batter who hits it back at the other players quickly and haphazardly. You have to be quick and have good eye-hand coordination to play the game. Apparently, fans watching the players play would occasionally get hurt by batted balls that were hit a bit too aggressively, so they banned the practice. Or say they say.

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