Most likely, it is the same reason all field sports are played on grass (football, Baseball, soccer, etc), it provides a flat, soft, smooth surface to help avoid unnecessary cuts and bruises while not diminishing the game at all.
they're actually dirt and grass and the dirt makes it easier to slide while the grass is well just there.
Yes, there are currently two major league fields that still use artificial grass: Tropicana Field and Roger's Centre.
they roll grass fields so that tillering can happen which is so that the grass spreads out and it encourages more to grow.
Bermuda grass is used mainly in sports areas, such as baseball fields or golf courses. It is also used to feed cattle and other animals.
GrassThe standard baseball field consists of sod and dirt. It is a fairly simple mixture. Nearly all fields are created the same with a few exceptions. These exceptions include dirt to grass ratio, dirt color, grass color, and even the pattern of the dirt.
Usually flat grass fields full of grass
"Grass" is green and covers lawns and fields.
not really grass snake live in fields of grass or even wheat
fields of grass with rocks
grass basically, and all the other stuff you get mixed in with grass in fields
It depends what you mean by grass. The drug grass. I don't know. But the common green grass, like on football fields. No, no it's not. In fact, the more grass the better!
In high grass or fields.
in fields with tall grass
Pastures, fields anywhere there is grass
As they are herbivores
i think they just get spray paint and spray it on the grass...hehe.....
Wherever grass grows, whether it be on lawns or in fields, anywhere that grass grows often cattle will find them and eat the grass in those areas.
No some football fields use natural grass. Most football stadiums are switching to artificial turf because it is cheaper and easier to maintain.
I think baseball is there favorite sport because a lot of families don't live close to places where there are basketball courts and football fields most of puerto rico is grass land and dirt perfect to play baseball or football.
No, it's a metaphor, with a more exotic sense than a simile. "She wanted to be like a blade of grass amid the fields" is a simile.
Clay or GrassJust a guess, but softball fields are usually owned or maintained by municipalities with small budgets. Clay requires less maintenance than the manicuring necessary for infield grass. Clay is just plain cheaper than grass.No, It's because in baseball the ball comes off the bat faster, so they have grass so they can slow it down. In, softball the ball doesn't come off the bat as fast so they don't need the grass to slow the ball down.