Associations to the word «Baseball»
Pictures for the word «Baseball»
BASEBALL, noun. A sport common in North America, the Caribbean, and Japan, in which the object is to strike a ball so that one of a nine-person team can run counter-clockwise among four bases, resulting in the scoring of a run. The team with the most runs after termination of play, usually nine innings, wins.
BASEBALL, noun. The ball used to play the sport of baseball.
BASEBALL, noun. A variant of poker in which cards with baseball-related values have special significance.
BASEBALL ANNIE, noun. (dated) A female groupie who seeks sexual relations with baseball players.
BASEBALL ANNIES, noun. Plural of baseball Annie
BASEBALL BAT, noun. A device, typically wood, metal, or plastic, which is swung to try to make contact with baseballs.
BASEBALL BATS, noun. Plural of baseball bat
BASEBALL CAP, noun. A cap with a rounded crown and a curved, stiffened bill at the front.
BASEBALL CAPS, noun. Plural of baseball cap
BASEBALL CARD, noun. A type of trading card that features a picture of a baseball player on one side and information about the player on the other side.
BASEBALL CARDS, noun. Plural of baseball card
BASEBALL DIAMOND, noun. A four-cornered part of a baseball field in which the corners are the three bases and the home plate.
BASEBALL FIELD, noun. A playing field on which the game of baseball is played.
BASEBALL GLOVE, noun. (baseball) A protective mitt used when playing baseball.
BASEBALL MITT, noun. (baseball) A glove used when playing baseball to protect the hand and enhance catching ability.
BASEBALL PLAYER, noun. One who plays baseball, especially professional baseball.
BASEBALL PLAYERS, noun. Plural of baseball player
BASEBALL, noun. A ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players; teams take turns at bat trying to score runs; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empty lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!".
BASEBALL, noun. A ball used in playing baseball.
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