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Baseball is a team sport that is popular in the Americas and East Asia.

In its usual form, the game of baseball is played between two teams of nine players on a playing field consisting of four bases, arranged in a diagonal square ("the diamond") and a large outfield extending from two adjacent sides of the diamond. The main piece of equipment is the baseball plus bats, gloves and bases.

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See also: Appendix:Glossary of baseball

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box seats, extra base hits, high and tight, kick save, Moneyball, outside corner, playing in, pull the string, ribbie, safety squeeze, The Show, shut the door, steal home, stolen base, suicide squeeze, take sign, taking infield, up and in, up the middle, VORP

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