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|Description=<p>per Perrin (1902). A school-time running game of one-on-one contests between a pitcher and a batter, who propels the tossed ball with the hand and runs bases while the pitcher retrieves the ball. Caught flies and a failure to reach third base before the pitcher touches home with the ball in hand are outs. Batters receive one point for each base attained, and five for a home run. Three-out half innings are used.</p>
 
|Description=<p>per Perrin (1902). A school-time running game of one-on-one contests between a pitcher and a batter, who propels the tossed ball with the hand and runs bases while the pitcher retrieves the ball. Caught flies and a failure to reach third base before the pitcher touches home with the ball in hand are outs. Batters receive one point for each base attained, and five for a home run. Three-out half innings are used.</p>
 
|Sources=<p><span>E. Perrin, et. Al., </span><em>One Hundred and Fifty Gymnastic Games</em><span> (G. H. Ellis, Boston, 1902), pages 58-59.</span></p>
 
|Sources=<p><span>E. Perrin, et. Al., </span><em>One Hundred and Fifty Gymnastic Games</em><span> (G. H. Ellis, Boston, 1902), pages 58-59.</span></p>
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per Perrin (1902). A school-time running game of one-on-one contests between a pitcher and a batter, who propels the tossed ball with the hand and runs bases while the pitcher retrieves the ball. Caught flies and a failure to reach third base before the pitcher touches home with the ball in hand are outs. Batters receive one point for each base attained, and five for a home run. Three-out half innings are used.

Sources

E. Perrin, et. Al., One Hundred and Fifty Gymnastic Games (G. H. Ellis, Boston, 1902), pages 58-59.

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