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This game, similar to the game known in other locations at strike-out, involved the use of plastic golf-ball-sized balls and regular baseball bats.
A batter stands before a wall marked with a strike zone and attempts to hit pitched PeeGee balls. Balls hit to particular zones are counted as singles, doubles, etc., and imaginary runners advance to score runs. There is no live baserunning or fielding in this pastime.
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