Baseball, of course! It’s a very ‘intricate’ game when you think about it. The complex way the game weaves in all the variables that determine the outcome of a season, game, inning, at bat, and even down to each pitch.
For starters, a batter comes to the plate with a round barreled wooden bat trying to hit a small round ball thrown by the pitcher on average about ninety miles per hour from an elevated dirt mound, exactly sixty feet, six inches away.
There’s plenty of strategy discussed and employed by each team in every game and the umpires make fair or foul, safe or out, ball or strike, right and wrong calls and make sure the rules of the game are followed.
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