A ball club is another term for a ballclub, an informal term for a baseball team.
The dugout is a term refered to the place where the players sit. This area was dug out of the ground to protect the ball players from line drives.
Tennis and baseball
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The original game of baseball had the batter stand with his foot against a peg in the ground and the pitcher then throw the ball at the batter. If the ball struck the batter on the trunk of the body it was term a strike. One strike and you were out. This game as far as I know originated in Wales, UK. I stand to be corrected on the last point.
well, there are two balls in a sac so...
The fact that the game uses bases and a ball
Baseball is played with a smaller and harder ball than softball, hence the term SOFTball.
because of the bases and the ball put it together and you get baseball
Yellow Hammer is a term for a curve ball that not only breaks but has a big drop to it. Another term for Yellow Hammer is a '12 to 6' curve ball. Other terms for a curve ball are 'yakker' and 'Uncle Charlie'.
In baseball terminology, an "around-the-horn" double play occurs when the third baseman fields a ground ball and throws it to second for an out. The ball is then relayed by a middle infielder to first base for the second out. Since it is the longest way to make a double play, the term is derived from the nautical route from England to India via the horn of Africa.