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Described in 1977 as a children’s game played at PS 172 in New York City, Mickey resembles traditional Barn Ball. A pitcher bounces a spaldeen ball off a wall and a batter tries to hit it on the rebound. Rules for baserunning and scoring are not given.
F. G. Cassidy et al., Dictionary of American Regional English (Harvard University Press, 1996), pages 586-587.
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