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Satisfactory evidence has yet to be collected, but it appears that a Polish game, quadrant, is a lively base-running game.
We have come across three YouTube videos on the game, none in English. The field resembles a three-base baseball diamond. Batters are seem to put the ball into play with a one-handed club, usually with an uprightstroke resembling an overhand tennis serve. The ball must, apparently, travel in the air past a line between first and third base. Caught flies are outs. The batter-runner advances as far as possible, but some rule limits that advance -- perhaps when the fielding team throws the fielded ball past a the batter's line. Players depicted are children and school-age youths or both genders. Plugging is not depicted.
Tell us more about this game, and perhaps its history and geographical range of play. Please?
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