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."
In hockey the playing area in often referred to as the ice surface
A Rugby Ground normally refers to the playing area, changing rooms and any associated ground area. The playing area is called a rugby pitch
A playing field or a diamond.
It is called a cricket ground. The center rectangular area where the batsmen play is called the pitch and the surrounding ares are called the outfield.
It is called DUGOUT!
If you are referring to baseball, the raised area is known as the pitcher's mound.
It is called a Strip, or a Piste, in French, the official language of fencing.
This called the basepath.
The playing area of hockey is called the pitch. It is normally a set size - 91.4 m × 55 m which is 100.0 yd × 60 yd.
Well, I think they called baseball, because for base.... their are bases in the game, and for ....ball, their playing with a ball.
The long rectangular strip is called a piste.
A foul ball
history and difference of baseball and softball?-their equipment,-playing area,-terminologies,-skills in softball,-rules of the game softball and baseball?
baseball if men are playing, softball if women are playing
Be really good at playing baseball
Stadium or on a rugby pitch. The pitch will refer directly to the playing area
Sports that uses sidelines are baseball, criket, football, soccer and more.
the playing area for netball is a court :P
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