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A base-running game without balls or bats, this game was evidently invented by Russ Lopez in Nevada as a blend of baseball and frisbee. Two teams of six are suggested. It is to be played on a field that resembles a baseball diamond. A "flinger" tosses the disc into fair territory, and if uncaught by the fielding team, he/she advances base to base.
As of September 2013, this game had been invented, but not yet played.
See http://diamonddiscusfrisbee.com/ accessed 8/19/2015.
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