Source：Jiangyin Muhe import&Export Co., Ltd Release time：2022-02-28 14:48:55 Author：876
Baseball is similar to a turn-based sports event. Getting started is very simple. You can spend your leisure time with good friends, and enjoy parent-child entertainment. Let us give a brief introduction to baseball today.
Baseball is divided into offense and defense. As with all ball games, the offense is about scoring, and the winning side belongs to the side with the most points. Take a game as an example, the first half of the game is the offense of the away team and the defense of the home team. In the second half, the home team attacked and the away team defended.
When attacking, there is only one player (the batter), the other is waiting to play in the batter preparation area, and the others are waiting in the player's area.
When defending, there are nine players on the field, one is responsible for pitching (the pitcher), one is responsible for receiving (the catcher), and another seven are scattered all over the field to defend (the fielder).
How does the offense score? There are four bases on the field, like the defense's bunkers, surrounded by a large diamond, the pitcher stands in the middle (the pitcher's mound). The batter stands on the first base (home plate) and prepares, trying to hit the ball thrown by the pitcher with the bat, as far as possible, as far as the defender can't reach the best, and then run counterclockwise, the other three bases (first base, second base, third base) are captured in order (running base) and then return to the starting place (home base), even if a point is scored. If you can't hit that far or run that far, it's okay to take a base, and when your teammates hit the ball successfully, continue to attack the next base until you score.
Let us sum up the Rules of the Baseball:
In Baseball, there are two teams each consisting of 9 players.
One game lasts for 9 innings, in which both the teams get a chance to bat, and one team has scored more runs than the other.
The batting order is fixed and it cannot be changed once it is kept in order.
If the batter manages to hit the ball from the pitcher, they must make an effort to at least get to first base. They can then run to as many bases as they wish before being tagged out. Each base must be touched with some part of the batter’s body when running past.
Is it simple? In fact, draw a few base bags on the playground and buy some equipment: balls, gloves, bats, protective gear, and a group of friends, then can start to play.