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By Dan Formosa, Paul Hamburger

ISBN-10: 0786732091

ISBN-13: 9780786732098

No matter if you’re a diehard fan of the nationwide pastime—admit it: occasionally the umpire’s name could be a little baffling. And if you’re particularly new to the sport, there’s definitely good enough to maintain you asking questions on the tremendous issues of significant League Baseball. This revised and up to date version of the Baseball box Guide explains the principles in simple English, more desirable with lots of examples and illustrations you won’t locate anyplace else. the result's an easy-to-use and enjoyable reference advisor that’s designed for speedy and intuitive searches, aiding you realize each element of the sport whereas including for your delight in the sport. 

Inside you’ll find: 

• the principles that observe prior to, in the course of, and after the game
• gear standards and box requirements
• the tasks of the coaches, managers, and umpires
• the principles for spectators (yes, they've got principles, too)
• the clearest rationalization wherever of the notorious Infield Fly Rule!

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I’m still not sure, but like everybody, I have my theories. My entire life had been devoted to baseball. I’d been playing since I was old enough to remember, and from the time I turned seven years old people who watched me thought I was destined for the big- leagues. ” And not just the big leagues, but big-league stardom. And not just stardom, but superstardom. The idea was never phrased as a question, or delivered as an opinion. It was a given, as certain as the changing of the seasons. I thought the same thing myself, obviously, since I first voiced that intention to my parents when I was twelve years old.

Was I imagining it? Did I really want to play baseball? My mind started to mess with me. My back hurt, but was it real? Were the doctors and coaches who looked at me sideways right? So maybe it was inevitable that I would find a place outside baseball to hang out. And maybe it was inevitable that once I found a place where I felt I belonged — even if it was a tattoo parlor — I stayed there. It was nonthreatening and comfortable, and nowhere else in my life could I find a place that was both. The guys in the shop became my friends, I guess, but it seems like I slid into their lives through osmosis.

I always come back to the same answer: It needed to happen that way. The script was being written somewhere else, and even though the sequence made no sense to me or anyone around me, it made sense to someone somewhere. That night, I made the toughest call of my life. I punched in my parents’ number back in Garner, took a deep breath, and prepared myself for the worst. I closed my eyes as it rang, wanting to hang up but knowing I couldn’t. My daddy answered. We made small talk for a few seconds, but there was no hiding my mood.

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