The Beginner's Guide to TV Baseball
Situated on either side of the Infield is a roofed house-like structure where each player sits when he is not taking part in the Action on the Field. In the Olde Days, it was just an area where the Teams relaxed between Times At Bat or waited to occupy the field on Defense
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However, when the game became popular enough to Build Stadiums and Charge Admission, the area became fenced-in to house the Players. Eventually the Fans who sat behind this structure complained they couldn't see and would express these feelings with an occasional well-placed bottle. To please the customers and to protect the Players, the ground was "Dug Out" two or three feet and protected with a roof.
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A 'primer' that contains more than you ever wanted to know.
Jay Kaymer's Beginner's Guide to TV Baseball
Jay Kaymer has created over 100 original cartoons that spoof our nation's beloved pastime.
A partial list of contents.
Field of Play, Broadcast Team, Game Umpires, Uniforms & Equipment, The Coaches, The Defense, The Catcher's Duties, The Pitcher, Designated Hitter, Strategy and much, much more.
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