The ball used in baseball is called baseball.
Let's assume the question is about the playing area of a baseball game. The area is often referred to as a "diamond," inspired by the diamond shape of the infield as viewed from behind home plate. Other terms include "ballpark" or just "park," "ball yard," and simply, "ball field."
Baseball is not called softball. The game of softball is called softball because the ball used is softer than a baseball.
Because it was origanly called baseball and they needed a ball so they called it a baseball!!
it was created by john denemer in 1856. he knew that there would be a great need in baseball. because first they used stones as their ball so he invented the ball in baseball. called, baseball ball.
Well, I think they called baseball, because for base.... their are bases in the game, and for ....ball, their playing with a ball.
because you use bases. and a ball.
A soccer ball has a larger radius than a baseball, so it has more surface area.
When a pitcher throws a ball over any part of home plate before the catcher catches the ball.
Surface area of a ball or sphere = 4*pi*radius2
A foul ball
You step on bases and there is a ball that you throw, therefore it's called baseball.
Probably because the there are bases in the game, and you use a ball to play.
i am pretty sure it was called stick ball but dont quote me on it
a one hopper
Baseball, softball and cricket are all bat and ball sports.
It's simply called a mitt or a baseball glove.
A ball-and-socket joint (multiaxial) connects the two bones.
A ball that is used for a sport that's called baseball For more info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baseball
The game is based off of a British game called Rounders. They both were created in the mid 1800's. It was also called Town Ball. Base-Ball ( hyphenated ) was a common spelling during the Civil War.
Ball and socket
no it is a violation of the rules and the batter will be called out.