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" In all match games, lines connecting the liome and first bases, and the home and third bases, and also the lines of the striker's and pitcher's positions, shall be marked by the use of chalk or other suitable material, so as to be distinctly seen by the... "
The Boy's Modern Playmate: A Book of Sports, Games, and Pastimes - Side 48
redigert av - 1891 - 816 sider
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Constitution and By-laws of the New England Association of National Base ...

New England Association of National Base Ball Players - 1866 - 33 sider
...Base. And in all match games a line connecting the home and first base and the home and third base, shall be marked by the use of chalk, or other suitable...material, so as to be distinctly seen by the umpire. SECT. 5. The pitcher's position shall be designated by two lines, four yards in length, drawn at right...
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The Play Ground; Or, Out-door Games for Boys: A Book of Healthy Recreations ...

1866 - 120 sider
...base. And in all match games, a line connecting the home andjirtit base and the home and third lose, shall be marked by the use of chalk, or other suitable...material, so as to be distinctly seen by the umpire. SEC. 5. The pitcher's position shall be designated by two lines, four yards in length, drawn at right...
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Popular Pastimes for Field and Fireside; Or, Amusements for Young and Old

Caroline L. Smith - 1867 - 248 sider
...base. And in all match games, a line connecting the home and first base and tho home and third base, shall be marked by the use of chalk, or other suitable...material, so as to be distinctly seen by the umpire. Many of our clubs have an iron quoit for the home base, that is in direct violation of the rule which...
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick - 1868 - 389 sider
...match games a line connecting the home and first base and the home and thud base, as also the line of the striker's and pitcher's positions, shall be...material, so as to be distinctly seen by the umpire. The base bag shall be considered the base, and not the post to which it is or should be fastened. RULE...
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick - 1868 - 387 sider
...base. And in all match games a line connecting t:ie home and first base and the home and third base shall be marked by the use of chalk, or other suitable...material, so as to be distinctly seen by the umpire. The base-bag shall be considered the base, and not the post to which it is or should be fastened. [The...
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Chadwick's Base Ball Manual: Containing the New Rules of Base Ball as ...

Henry Chadwick - 1874 - 128 sider
...base. And in all match games, a line connecting the home and first base and the home and third base, as also the lines of the striker's and pitcher's positions,...use of chalk, or other suitable material, so as to bo distinctly seen by the umpire. The base bag shall be considered the base, and not the post to which...
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The National Encyclopaedia of Business and Social Forms, Embracing the Laws ...

James D. McCabe - 1884 - 872 sider
...The first base must always be that upon the right-hand, and the third base that upon the left-hand side of the striker when occupying his position at...lines from first and third bases to home base shall be continued as straight lines to the limits of the field beyond and back of said home base. The triangular...
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Every Boy's Book: A Complete Encyclopaedia of Sports and Amusements

Every boy - 1881 - 904 sider
...base. And in all match games a line connecting the home and first base, and the home and third base, shall be marked by the use of chalk, or other suitable...material, so as to be distinctly seen by the umpire. The base-bag shall be considered the base, and not the post to which it is, or should be, fastened. RULE...
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Cassell's Book of Sports and Pastimes

1882 - 975 sider
...when occupying his position at the home base. In all match games, Unes connecting the home and lirst bases, and the home and third bases, and also the...lines from first and third bases to home base shall be continued as straight Unes to the limits of the field, beyond and back of said home base. The triangular...
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The Tribune Book of Open-air Sports

Henry Hall - 1887 - 492 sider
...of beginning. Rule 12.— The lines designated in Rules 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11 must be marked with chalk or other suitable material, so as to be distinctly seen by the Umpire. They must all be so marked their entire length, except the Captain's and Player's Lines, which must...
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